'fraid not, As i had recently to point out to people in the (ex) colonies, you'll find I ride on the correct side of the road
Gee, next thing we'll be hearing is we should be drinking our beer warm.
that'd be a good start, along with serving a real pint instead of the blatent short measure you get in the States.
then of course learning to speak and write English would be a great leap forward.
recognising that the US forces had little or nothing to do with the end of WWI (which did start in 1914 BTW), although to be fair although the US did did make a massive contribution to WWII it was late again.. it did start in 1939
There's is no doubt bottled Sam Adams is dramatically improved by being poured into a warm or even hot glass straight from the dishwasher, and of course never ever let it go near a fridge
. I suspect the waitress who encountered that approach in Texas a few years ago is still in therapy. mind you theres absolutely no way to make that fizzy acidic muck whether its called Coors, Budweiser or whatever.
mind you sadly we are starting to get the same outbreak of silly and unneccessary road signs as the US. theres nothing to compare with the daft idea that US drivers/riders need reminding there are scary things like corners on a road...
let alone the idea that your main overwinter sport is called 'football', where grown men have to run around in kevlar armour and padding just in case they may get a bruise, contrasted with the Rugby Union game, let alone the League game
..are there any other prejudices we can enter onto the record.