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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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    one more thing, im a british chef... to broil is the same worldwide, it is a cooking term that is a standard thing, similar to how physisists have standard notation, the actual definition of broiling something is cooking something with any form of intense heat, and in the cases of meat, fish and poultry it is cooked in its own juices, so not just grill it can mean roast, grill, bake or fry depending on what a recipie states and what ingredients you are cooking... supprisingly it seems that it is only in america i have heard people saying that broiling is grilling..... and broiled bread.... look mate its called **** toast, its simple
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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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    am I the only one who noticed "bed****"?

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