Buzz·Posted on 7 Dec 201426 Things That The Rest Of The World Finds Weird About BritainA lot of people are very angry and confused about Pancake Day. H/T Reddit.by Jo BarrowBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Reddit user AustinThompson asked people on the site exactly what it is about Britain that they think is stupid, or that baffles them. We've compiled some of the best responses below. 1. They had important questions about who runs the country. WPA Pool / Pool / Getty Images / reddit.com 2. And about tiny British villages. ThinkStock / acceleratorhams / reddit.com 3. They didn't really understand regional accents. ThinkStock / Jan Willem Veldsink / reddit.com 4. Or wildly popular British TV gameshows. BBC / reddit.com 5. Then again, they didn't understand a lot about any popular British TV. BBC / reddit.com 6. Our basic plumbing eluded them. Flickr: myrtti 7. And they thought Liverpool was a whole different world. Flickr: neilsingapore 8. One American got very angry about orange juice. ThinkStock / HandMade Pictures / reddit.com 9. This person didn't really get why we're not actually how we seem on TV. JAIME REINA / Stringer / Getty / reddit.com 10. Our condiments baffled them. Flickr: oskay 11. Even common pronunciations perplexed some people. townofleicester.org / reddit.com 12. One user comprehensively tore apart our fickle weights and measurements. ThinkStock / thiroil / reddit.com 13. And apparently we've got Pancake Day completely wrong. ThinkStock / lily_81 / reddit.com 14. This Reddit user seemed like their whole life had been building up to this evisceration of British road signs. en.wikipedia.org / reddit.com 15. No one understood our beloved childhood TV characters. STEFAN ROUSSEAU/PA Archive/Press Association Images / reddit.com 16. And even normal figures of speech were thought of as being weird. ThinkStock / Art-Of-Photo / reddit.com 17. Our governing bodies were questioned. Flickr: ed-wells / reddit.com 18. They didn't understand our cultural institutions. BBC / reddit.com 19. Or even the essence of a British temperament. Matt Crossick/Matt Crossick/Empics Entertainment / reddit.com 20. People are baffled by cricket. ThinkStock / Creatas Images / reddit.com 21. And, quite frankly, they're a bit accusatory about our role in permitting certain TV shows to be aired. Yui Mok/PA Wire/Press Association Images / reddit.com 22. They slated our top government officials. Warner Bros / reddit.com 23. And questioned the reach of what is quite probably a national cuisine. Flickr: morebyless / reddit.com 24. They were perplexed by our celebrities. commons.wikimedia.org / reddit.com 25. And horrified by our spreads. Flickr: mrbill / reddit.com 26. And utterly, utterly confused by even simple British expressions. ThinkStock / damedeeso / reddit.com Find out how Reddit responded to the questions by reading the whole thread here.