I thought we could play a little game and hand out some awards to either the US option for things or the UK option for things. Sorry for the terrible explaination, but you'll get it as we go along.
Dominos Pizza. A favourite in both the US and the UK. Same logo, same quick service. Different menu items. And the nominees are....
- Brooklyn Style Pizza (US)
- Pasta Breadbowls (US)
- Deep Dish Pizza (US)
- Double Decadence Pizza (UK)
- Tandoori Hot toppings (UK)
- Veg-a-roma toppings (UK)
Pringles. Same lovely crunchy snack, same for-some-reason-exciting-canister-rather-than-bag containment method, very different flavours. And the nominees are...
- Mexican Layered Dip (US)
- Loaded Baked Potato (US)
- Honey Mustard (US)
- Thai Sweet Chili (UK)
- Prawn Cocktail (UK)
- Curry (UK)
Discount "designer" department store type places. Same double X, different second letter. And the nominees are...
- TJ Maxx (US)
- TK Maxx (UK)
Cider. Maybe not a very popular drink in the US, but there are still options. And the nominees are...
- Woodchuck (US)
- Ace (US)
- Aspall (UK)
- Stowford Press (UK)
TV show that follows around generally annoying/stupid/spoiled/makeup caked people and passes it off as "entertainment". Do any of these really deserve an award? With reservations, the nominees are...
- Whatever the latest Kardashian show is called (US)
- Whatever show Snookie is on (US)
- Real housewives of wherever (US)
- Desperate Scousewives (UK)
- Made in Chelsea (UK)
- The Only Way is Essex (UK)
Intensifying adverb. When an adjective by itself just wont do. And the nominees are...
- Totally (US ex. "That is totally awesome")
- Well (UK ex "She is well fit")
Cast your votes below!