>mfw brits say "go on holiday"
>not "go on vacation"
Fucking stop this shit. A vacation isnt a fucking holiday.
You're fucking wrong.
They also call a flashlight a torch.
>handheld electrical illumination named for the need to flash the bulb due to inefficient early battery tech
>stick with burning shit on the end
These are not the same
>Americans call the motorway a highway despite it being used for motor vehicles and not high horses
For me, a highway and motorway are different things
A motorway would be a road that connects cities or is a direct route through a city that only has exits and entries every couple of kilometres
A highway is just a major road
Pic related, orange are motorways and yellow are highways
>Americans are all pumped up with USDA approved beef growth hormones and mad cow disease pink slurry, and pesticide infested vegetables, ammonia soaked eggs, plastic dairy items and an onslaught of trivial media that has rendered their addled brains and bodies useless so now they are literally cattle wheeling around their numb bodies in mobility scooters
truly a horrifying thought
>Clapistanians call soft drink about 20 different fucking things.
Cannot be fabricated.
I chuckled a little too much at this
I've never actually heard it called this but top fucking kek at those who do
>vay-cay-shun isn't a fucking holiday
lmao fuck off cunt
The only place that has somewhat smaller portions is Tokyo, and it's only smaller cups. Which is great because literally nobody needs a drink that large.
I've been to France, UK, Germany, Spain, Switzerland, Canada, Belgium, and Luxembourg and they've all had roughly the same portion sizes.
>the correct phrase is "go out foreign" btw
Britshits and Ausfailians are so easy to trigger lmao
>england image is so packed with muslim articles they don't fit
>clive tries to fire back with "exclusive" articles from flyover city stations
>hey guys look how much more autistic I am
>this means I win the argument because I won more autism points
>Put roman numerals on your yearly sport
>The population can't even read them
Amerifats LITERALLY and UNIRONICALLY pronounce 'herbs' as 'errrrbs'
Africa tier nation
>As his rage built his tubby sausage fingers curled around his 82nd Twinkie that morning so hard all the lard he had stuffed inside shot straight onto his ceiling, tears streaming as the onslaught of banter was thrown his way he musterd all his superior American wit and responded
This is how sir humphrey davey, the first man to isolate aluminum, spelled and pronounced it, and published it
aluminium is literally the result of an anonymous critic reviewing his book.
If you use aluminium you are just enabling a centuries old shitpost
Incorrect, the original name was alumium, which he then changed to aloominum, then finally settled on aluminium
Davey was not the first man to isolate aluminium, he was the first man to identify the existence of a metal base of alum, which he initially called alumium not aluminum.
Friedrich Wohler is generally credited with the first person to isolate aluminium
I've never seen this word in my life, but the ending would be basically End-Sprint. I guess a final rush or something?
Generally you'll see "Rea" for sale and "Erbjudanden" for discounts. ( offer )
He published his book and called it aluminum.
It was, earlier, reffered to as alium in his notes, but he published it as aluminium, and the name aluminium comes from whence i stated, an anonymous critic reviewing his book thinking aluminium would sound better.
unless ive fallen victim to one of those universe mergers /x/ is always talking about im pretty sure he was.
The important thing though, is he published it as aluminum first, and the word 'aluminium' comes from, what i said in the reply above.
Therefore i will stubbornly stick to aluminum, as i feel the need to right the injustice of aluminium bullying.
You sound retarded if you pronounce it like that, then again Australians are under no authority to claim any kind of control of the English language.
You're wrong, it says nowhere that Davy isolated Aluminium
>mfw britfags call popsicles "cold on the cob"