A few people commented this, but hey, you're on your FREAKIN' holidays I think you're allowed to be excited, also I'm told I'm going deaf so I like people speaking up a bit... but that could be from all the shouting...
'Restroom' is a particularly American term sure. If you've been to Britain or Europe you'll realise that certain places have much less polite terms for the 'Restroom' that are much more to the point... if you follow.
Okay, this is a pretty solid one, but what's the big deal about wanting to be comfortable?!
Sorry if we're in awe of you're culture, hot dang it take a freakin' compliment places with interesting architecture and history. Yeah, that showed the... people with... interesting architecture and history. I don't know who won there, or what I'm angry about anymore but I know I like old things, they make me feel younger.
If new-age business jargon has taught us anything, it's that:
The rest of the world doesn't have the same rule on tipping as the U.S, and it can be quite baffling for people in cultures where it isn't a 'thing'. I mean, it's better to give too much than not enough though surely, has Oprah taught us nothing?
As I said before, you're allowed to be over excited when you're on your holidays, it's like the law I thought? Also, it's better to be too loud than too quiet... that's a thing right?
American's take buying things much more seriously than most other countries. What's wrong with wanting to buy a packet of gum at half 11 at night, let me live my life!
I mean, if you hear that song and don't sing along to the chorus then there's something fundamentally wrong with you.
American's are a curious folk, and so it's only natural wanting to learn more about the cultural dialect differences between locations... I got you America, you keep being curious!
Why shouldn't you have the confidence to think that you could stop traffic with how you're rocking that shorts, white socks and sneakers combo?!
TIL means 'Today I Learned...' in Reddit slang, I had to look it up and thought some people may need it too, I know I'm old, I'm over it.
American's are happy people... and for the final time... you're on your freakin' holidays, you should be smiling!
It's surely just politeness this one? Unless you're planning on asking someone 'how are you?' just to go 'Sike! I don't care, can I have the steak?' Then you're just an a**hole.
'Y'all' is a uniquely American expression. I love this phrase though, it feels so warm, but for a reason that I can't put my finger on.
I wanted to end with 'Y'all', but this one was just so weirdly specific that I couldn't leave it out. This is absurdly specific and yet now I won't be able to resist looking at how people balance their weight when standing and what fingers they use when smoking... Christ my life has become less interesting in old age.