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This US ex-pat wrote an eyeopening list of things that apparently differ over here than in the US. It includes everything from zebra crossings to roast chicken crisps...
We may speak the same language, but us and our American friends across the pond are more different than you may think!
From watching hours of Friends episodes we can now easily translate words and phrases such as 'sidewalk', 'trash can' and 'soda' back to 'pavement', 'bin' and 'fizzy pop' with ease.
But can the same be said for our US friends?
We're pretty sure none of our TV shows that aren't period dramas do well over there, so how on earth do they have a clue what they are in for when they visit London and beyond.
One canny American woman wrote a handy list for her fellow expatriates to follow.
Hayley Bloomingdale (yep, she's heir to THE Bloomingdale's department store) moved to London for work and ahead of London Fashion Week wrote down her observations about us Brits in a handy guide for Vogue.
Photo | Instagram @hayleybloom
Here are some of our favourite observations of hers...