Luuv it! I know, I kid you guys a lot. Was never so cold in my LIFE as crossing the Thames in December. Fish & chips at a local roadside pub was almost a religious experience. Being driven down the left side of the road is particularly "exciting" after waking up from a doze. Yes, I love visiting your digs. Have you ever wondered what might'a happened if us colonists had stuck with the Empire? Snoop Dog singing rap in a British accent, eeeehhhwwwwhhh. Us driving on the right, you guys on the left... at the same time,...en masse? A British bridge built in the desert? Castles along the California coast?. Oh wait, we have those. Never mind, but you get the general idea. Cheerio! (and not the breakfast cereal kind).
See! The Brits can't even make complements with the proper wording anymore. They have to lapse into American'ese. The proper phraseology is: Oyi! Bluudy louv it!" Or if your an Aussie "Oyi! Bluddy louv it, mate!". What's becoming of the Queen's English? My theory is it all went downhill starting with the Beatles. So what's next, 4th of July holidays? Big Mac Pie Island? Renaming the Thames to Timmy?! Oh my, Big Bob, says it's time for lunch. Later,