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My sister pointed this Netflix show out to me and I have to say, it's hilarious. From conversation on public transport (evidently a big no-no), having guests in your home (also frowned upon), and folks who take over your sitting room, refrigerator or telly. If I ever happen to meet any of my online friends IRL, I feel obligated to warn you that we Americans are gregarious, are often huggers (oh, the horrors!), and will strike up conversations with people in line at the grocery store.

Happy thanksgiving! Have a hug and a turkey sandwich!

Date: 2016-11-25 11:55 am (UTC)
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VBP is hilarious and largely true!

The talking to people in shops and waiting for a bus thing very much depends on where you live. I live in a rural market town in the North, and we talk to ANYONE about ANYTHING at ANY TIME. London ... not so much.

The thing I've discovered on my travels in the US is people are generally louder than we are - much more gregarious. Our natural reserve can make us seem stand-offish, but we're really not. We just need to get you know you first. :-))

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