How does one dry clothes here? The washing machine’s “centrifuge” cycle is not cutting it. Someone please help.
What side of the sidewalk do you want me to walk on? I get that you drive on the wrong side of the road, but why is there no consistency with walking?
Why don’t you believe in peanut butter? *see comments
What does that mean in Fahrenheit?
What does that mean in cups?
Why can’t anyone pronounce my name correctly?
What is the secret formula to naming a pub? It seems as if the first word is “the”, no exceptions. Second word is silly and often an unrelated adjective. Third is a a commonplace noun. Rare exceptions are if it is noun and noun. Someone let us know if we cracked the code! Ex: The Raspberry Fool, The Drunken Duck
Please let me introduce you to peanut butter. It goes well with chocolate. London and Europe in general seem to be missing this life-changing concept.
Very interesting music choices all around.
Whoever thought to paint “look left” and “look right” on the road, thank you! You have saved my life more than you will ever know.
The key is to wear all black apparently.
Little side streets have the best finds.
I love all the markets and festivals.
London parks in fall are perfect.
The kids I am nannying are French. They promised to teach me.
Delivery grocery service, job well done!
Little crepe and waffle stands smell like heaven.
I love how there is always something to do here.
Even though we have a million windows overlooking the street, I will never know what to wear. Each morning I wake up and see an array of shorts, scarves, sweaters, t-shirts, winter coats, and hats. Apparently there are several different interpretations of what “warm” and “cold” are.
I miss sunshine.
It’s a daily struggle to not want to eat at just about every restaurant or bakery I pass going anywhere. Come on self-control, you can do it.
Even though I speak English, it can be very different than the English here. Hello miscommunication.
The other day I tried to pay a £2.50 bill with a 2 pence coin. Humiliating. One can hope I will get the hang of pounds soon.
One day I will accidentally not “mind the gap.”