As in "I ate a whole pack of digestives for dinner last night." "Which brand?" "McVitie's."
As in "Mate, I'm knackered. Didn't get in from 'Spoons until half twelve."
Jaffer CakesJaffa CakesJafa Cakes
As in "Jaffa Cakes are cakes and not biscuits and I'm going to explain why for the next 45 minutes."
As in "I put £5 on Leicester City and now I own 12 houses."
Manoeuvre is the British spelling (and, indeed, a French word).
As in "I was sexually awakened by how smoothly you performed that reverse parking manoeuvre, Gerald."
As in "The sky is once again the colour grey."
As in "We went on a caravan holiday to Towcester. It was a mistake."
As in "I made aubergine lasagne for my dinner party because I hate my friends."
As in "Did you know Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch is a town name?"
As in "I'm having Pot Noodles for dinner because I don't get paid for a fortnight."
As in "Yes actually it's Cadbury. They got rid of the 's' on the logo a few years ago."
As in "We broke up because he took me on a mini-break to Loughborough."
As in "Ruddy hell thank goodness for Irn-Bru. I'd never be able to get over this blasted Buckfast hangover without it!"
As in "I put Worcestershire sauce in everything I cook because I saw Jamie Oliver do it on TV once and I don't know what I'm doing."
Can You Pass This Really British Spelling Test?
You're not very good at spelling British words.
You're alright at spelling British words.
You're amazing at spelling British words, well done!