Top Ten British Stereotypes Americans Believe are True
I smile a lot. I HAVE to have nice teeth.
I have never heard of this one.
Definitely not true - a lot of us Brits are starting to take a liking to coffee these days as well (with myself being no exception! )
NOT all British people care about royalty.
I come from Windsor (one of the main residences for the Queen and the place where she is in coronavirus isolation) and I have pretty much never heard anyone speak like her other than other royals, politicians, and some news people
In Scotland, where I live, most people sound nothing like the Queen at all; the east end Glaswegian accent is the polar opposite of the Queen's accent. Other parts of UK speak totally different from the way the Queen does too.
Not true at all - I almost can't stand the places!
Isn't America the home of the fast food?
Everyone is not upper-class.
I went to a schools that was just like other countries.
We just had the uniforms and Americans don't. But we had non-uniform days.
I would've hated to go to a posh school, living there. Its not Hogwarts.
Chav schools are sadly everywhere and they're nasty places! I could not feel more blessed that the nearest schools to me are a couple of posh ones just around the corner from my house.
6% go to private schools - and even so, it by posh people mean Eton/Harrow then you are looking at even less.
I can't speak for you personally, but I, and many others despise queuing but it's a necessary evil. Although more and more nowadays the "form a queue" has become "former queue" there are some places where this civilized tradition is a thing of the past.
LOL in the shops?
At the till?
If it's a really busy day.
Form an orderly queue, please!