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 - To broil = hard C0CK hahahah

"What the hell is this, the stereotype exam? "

 

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    What the hell is this, the stereotype exam?
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    Restroom - Toilet | Blender - Blender | Balcony - Balcony | Bedspread - Sheet | Baking pan - Baking tin | To broil - To grill | Busy - Busy (duh) | Appetiser - Starter |
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    WTF IM BRITISH AND I DONT SAY MIXER WORST TEST EVER People are so hypocritical!
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    i don't want to know how he makes his bed :/
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    I'm British and we call most of those the same thing! Restroom - Loo/toilets & Blender - blender & Balcony - balcony & bedspread - wtf is that?! & Baking pan - pan & To broil - again, wtf is that?! & Busy - busy & appetizer - appetiser/starter
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    My bead spread, and his bed spread... Must be two totally different things
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    I can't even answer those questions & I'm British!
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    Actually, the British equivalent to appetizer is... appetiser/starter. Spelling matters ;). I typically hear restrooms referred to more as the loo than anything by my Brit friends. Baking pans = tins, rather than pan, depending on the person. Honestly, English and American English have a prime commonality(and let's face it, with American English being slaughtered these days, there are fewer commonalities these days) - a lot of the terms change depending on where in the respective country you live. E.g. - Soda vs Pop in the various parts of the US(and hell in some portions of the country, any cola is referred to as a Coke). Regardless; that's a failed student for sure. Stereotypes do not an A grade make. Students like him/her make me wish it were constitutionally legal to murder an idiot for the pure and simple fact they're becoming a waste of oxygen. Side note - ironic: Tea with jam for my captcha.
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    oh dear lord, this is what america really thinks of us brits
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    I like how people are all "omg wtf is this stereotypes oh noes!!1!" but on the previous funny exam everyone was all "haw haw American are fat".
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    Im British and i dont think i have ever called a bed spread a bed ****?
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    WTF- we say busy as well !
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    am I the only one who noticed "bed****"?
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    It's referring to the British term dress circle when it says balcony - a tier of seats in a theatre or opera house - although I've only ever heard it called a dress circle once
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    Lol, bed ****.

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