10 Things Americans think all British people doJust watched this YouTube video uploaded by YouTube channel What Culture back in April of this year called '10 Things Americans think all British people do', and so I thought I'd share the video with my both my fellow Brit's and any American friends here on Deviant Art to see what both sides of the pond think of this Video.
Before you see the Video, here are my views on each one of the 10 things the video claims Americans think we do Brit's do all the time.
10. Yes, no denying it, we Brit's do love our Tea, in my case, my prefered variety is PG Tips [the PG stands for 'Pre-Gest-Tee', but since I keep forgetting that, I always jokingly refer to it as 'Parental Guidance', so I enjoy a cup of Parental Guidance Tips . . in fact, I just finished a cup before writing up this Journal ]
9. I don't mind queuing much, just as long as the people in front of me don't take so long.
Saved from Stoning Chapter 8Chapter 8
"Hans Horsebein, Defense Attorney"
As Jack McColt and Princess Celestia were discussing the charges against Blackheart and his cronies for the trial, the friendship express pulled into Canterlot Station. Among the ponies getting off the train was a gray colored pony with a jet-black mane and was clothed entirely in black. In his magic aura, he held up a brown suitcase that held all of his essentials.
"To the dungeons of Canterlot," he said in a German accent to a taxi pony who then took him towards Canterlot Castle. Upon arrival, he got out and approached the doors into the castle. But, before he could enter the dungeons, he was stopped by two guards who crossed their spears.
"State your business," they said sternly.
"I am Hans Horsebein," replied the pony. "I wish to see my clients in the dungeons of this castle. Please let me through."
The guards looked at each other and nodded to one another before turning their attention back towards Hans. As far as they were both concern