#1
okay so im basically making this thread for UGers from US and Britain, so we can learn more about each other. though we both speak English, there are those differences in dialect and we have adopted different ways of slang. so if you are from one and have a question to the other on a term you dont quite get, ask.
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#3
i wish it were acceptable to want to have a few quick sucks off a fag here in the us
#4
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i wish it were acceptable to want to have a few quick sucks off a fag here in the us


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#5
Lol.

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#6
What is Fish and Chips? Anyplace you can get it in america?
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What is Fish and Chips? Anyplace you can get it in america?

fish and freedom fries

yeah tons of em. used to be able to get it at mcdonalds, i dunno if you can anymore. i bet ti sucked anyways
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What is Fish and Chips? Anyplace you can get it in america?

Fish and French Fries, I think...
#9
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What is Fish and Chips? Anyplace you can get it in america?


Here, it's french fries and well... fish.
I would prefer chips, though.
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#10
I've had to explain "cba" to quite a few Americans, so...

Cba = can't be arsed = can't be bothered.

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Here, it's french fries and well... fish.
I would prefer chips, though.



It's not french fries. Those are those skinny chips like you get at McDonald's.

Chips from a fish and chip shop (or "chippy"), are much fatter and greasy and...delicious And usually not as crispy, either.

We also have oven chips, which are the same size but baked rather than deep fried, so much healthier.


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fish and freedom fries

yeah tons of em

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#13
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What is Fish and Chips? Anyplace you can get it in america?


its basically fish, with chips


ok sarcasm over


normally cod in batter with chips, possibly with vinegar on it (according to personal preferance)
#14
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i wish it were acceptable to want to have a few quick sucks off a fag here in the us


It's said a lot less nowadays... it's slowly fazing out of the language.

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#15
I thought so, but I wanted to check...is it some sort of fish sandwich, or a filet? Deep-fried?
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#16
what exactly is a chav? like a douche? or a tool?
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#17
*Takes notes*

Maybe this will help when I try to understand what the hell my English cousins are saying.
I'm American, but I've noticed that you guys across the ponds say "Have you got..." instead of saying "Do you have...".
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I thought so, but I wanted to check...is it some sort of fish sandwich, or a filet? Deep-fried?


Just battered fish, with French Fries (chips)

Nothing complicated.
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It's said a lot less nowadays... it's slowly fazing out of the language.


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#20
I say 'cool beans' a lot but that's simple ^__^;;
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what exactly is a chav? like a douche? or a tool?


This my freind is a chav.

#22
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I thought so, but I wanted to check...is it some sort of fish sandwich, or a filet? Deep-fried?

no. just fish. and freedom fries. sometimes with vinegar on it.

one time was in london and ordered some fish and chips, hold the fish, and he looked at me like i was crazy. then he muttered something about stupid americans and got me fish and chips WITH the fish... crappy service.
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#23
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I thought so, but I wanted to check...is it some sort of fish sandwich, or a filet? Deep-fried?


Fried fish along with chips (chips are pretty much chunky fries that taste 100 times better)




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#24
I think we can all agree that the way people from the UK talk is FAR superior and cooler in every way.