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Posts: 22
Joined: Feb 2013
Post: #1
20-03-2014 10:02 PM

I'm one! I've lived near Blythe Hill for a year and a bit, and have only lived in the UK for about two and a half years. Yes, yes, I am trying to assimilate, but that doesn't mean I wouldn't still like to meet other Americans to:
1) Talk loudly.
2) Tell people to have a nice day.
3) Complain about the size of appliances.
4) Discuss Daz vs. Tide.

Anyone else?

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Posts: 19
Joined: Mar 2013
Post: #2
20-03-2014 11:16 PM

oooo can we discuss the merits of JUST brown sugar, not light brown sugar and dark brown sugar? Or how far superior saran wrap is to anything on offer here?

I know there are more lurking. I've heard them!

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Joined: Feb 2013
Post: #3
21-03-2014 08:18 AM

Completely agree about the saran wrap, and I'll see your brown sugar and raise you a why-is-baking-soda-so-expensive-here?

I too have heard other North Americans, but maybe they're not on the message board and/or they're Canadian?

How long have you been around these parts?

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