|apart from in this photo 😉|
If you need more convincing, watch this guy - he made a video all about why Bristish plugs are better than all other plugs: he explains everything very well and has a cool accent:
Incidentally, when we're not in cool countries that use cool plugs, we use a Skross World Travel Adapter which works perfectly. We're not affiliated with them or anything, we just use them and love them:
We've had one that still looks brand new even though we got it 5 years ago. We decided to buy a second adaptor and went for a cheaper version, which broke almost immediately. So now we have two Skross ones and they are so good and we recommend them to everyone - don't buy a cheapy one!
You can get your own Skross adapter from Amazon US ($38.25) or Amazon UK (£16.99) - it's a must have for travel.
In Britain the driver's side is on the right and we drive on the left aka the correct side.
We've got funny ones, sexy ones, disgusting ones ones you can't understand, posh ones, weird ones, horrible ones, cool ones, creepy ones - you name it, we've got it. (And no I'm not going to insult anyone by saying which accent is which.) If there's one thing we undeniably do well, it's accents.
2. Picnics are a BIG thing, and Pimm's.
It may sound like I'm saying that the best part about British food is other countries' foods.. but for anyone whose ever lived in a country where they don't really have other people's cuisines (e.g. Italy) you'll know what I'm talking about.
Also I'm DEFINITELY not saying British food is the best in the world, I'm just saying it's very good and it's awesome that we have access to such a variety of foods and thus to all the best foods in the world (British or not).
Also haggis is dope - especially the vegan version.
Over to you: Are you British? What do you love about it? Or are you from somewhere else? What do you love about your home country?
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