For other countries, these are not cookies. These are biscuits. But our biscuits are so different than these biscuits. Both biscuits and cookies are delicious, but they are not the same. It's all very confusing.
Sure, some people in the United States have a tea kettle, but it isn't the most popular item to have in our kitchens. In other places around the world, tea is just as popular as coffee, if not more. And because tea is a necessity, a tea kettle is too.
Overseas, your washer and dryer are often found in the kitchen. In the United States, however, it would be extremely strange to wash your clothes in your kitchen. It just wouldn't happen. People in Europe will never understand why our washer and dryer need to have their own room.
This seems like such an easy fix, so why haven't we done something about this? The anxiety that comes with going to the bathroom in public is exacerbated by the gaps in the doors. FIX THE GAPS! FIX THE GAPS! FIX THE GAPS!
In Europe, babies are naked on the beach. Women have their boobs out and it's no big thing. Men are in speedos and are living their lives. In the US we are covered up and way too overdressed for the beach. We need to lighten up and let it all hang out. Well, not all.
It's confusing for people around the world to understand what 8/7c means. Hell, it's confusing living in California and understanding it. Are we watching the Grammys at 5 or 8 Pacific Time? Someone please explain.
Are those biscuits? In other places in the world, those are scones. And why is there all that stuff on it? And cookies are biscuits, biscuits are scones but scones aren't cookies? It's all too much to think about.
We tip our tour guides. We tip our concierge, our servers, our party planners, our movers, our everything. If we don't tip, we suck. We need to just pay these people more, so our tip is just an added bonus and not a necessity.
Who cares about college football? Nobody but us. Actually who cares about football? We are the only ones that care and it's not really football. That name was taken and we took it anyway and then called football, soccer.