“Anyways” is not a word.
People saying “Build” when they mean “Built”
People who use the word “An” instead of “a” (and vice versa).
If you’re going to make a left turn, move into the intersection when the light turns green. Don’t just sit there and wait for it to turn red again.
Ha! These also get me and I’ll categorize it since I have lived around the country.
“New York” (My Aunt and Uncle specifically )
‘Yooos’ --> plural version of you
‘Expectially’ --> Especially
Irregardless --> Regardless
Warshington --> Washington
Don’t stand there on your mobile phone (cell phone) having a conversation, when you are in front of me in the supermarket checkout!
It’s tomato not tomato
(and for those who follow my twitter feed - Herbs has an ‘H’ )
Old men wearing bluetooth headsets, because they think they look cool - but actually look like robots gone wrong
When you get to the bottom (or top) of an escalator, perhaps remember that there are people behind you who can’t stop as you stand and look around.
People with their feet up on the seats of the bus.
use “A” if the noun does NOT start with a vowel, and “AN” if it does
And if you are in the UK, you better finish that left turn and not sit in the intersection
Silly brits who think the “h” in herbs is pronounced.
(Sorry Patrick, I had to. )
[quote=95662:@Patrick Delaney]It’s tomato not tomato
(and for those who follow my twitter feed - Herbs has an ‘H’ )[/quote]
HAHA! Only the UK and Martha Stewart say Herbs with an H
Adding on to my above List:
- “All of Canada and Pat Delaney”
‘Zed’ —> Z
American’s who insult brits!
I wish I could translate your language to English
Brits who insult Americans [no one specific)… just had to post a retort
People who talk when they are eating.
Ummmm… Yeah I NEVER do that
Adding apostrophes when you’re making a singular noun plural.
a phrase with TOTALLY different meanings in the US and UK