12 differences between America and Britain

Greg Evans
Saturday 30 September 2017 14:30
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Although we share a lot of things in common, the UK and America couldn't be more different.

Sure the language is mostly the same and we share a few TV shows, but that's where things abruptly stop.

For starters, take a look at a traditional British school sports day.

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And school sports in the US.

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Half time shows in Britain.

And a half time shows in America.

How about a pub...

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...and an American bar

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British breakfast

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American breakfast

British motorway

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American highway

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British festival

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American festival

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British beachs.

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American beachs.

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British cars

American cars.

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British pants

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American pants

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British BBQ.

American BBQ.

British game shows.

American game shows

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