Therefore, for them, driving six hours to visit a favourite music venue is perhaps not unusual. But to us, travelling for six hours is the purest hell, like enduring an open wound dredged with salt while sitting in traffic on the M25. How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?They will mercilessly mock any attempt to complain about long distances, and in the process, look and sound like idiots.
Those few thousand miles of water may be upsetting and inconvenient, but without it we wouldn’t be so wonderfully different.Chris Martin plays the piano at a school-play level, looks a bit sad, and displays all the animal magnetism of a Carphone Warehouse. Let’s run down some of the awful attributes that Mr Martin had to endure for 12 long years: For some reason, Americans believe that the constant and dirt-cheap availability of Mexican food is a human right. Americans demonstrate a perverse pride in not knowing about the rest of the world.Tell them there is nowhere to get an affordable burrito in, say, Merthyr Tydfil, and they will gape in shock, like you just sang the national anthem in Klingon. What’s more, they justify their ignorance with a maddening defence: “I don’t know: I’m an American”.According to Deadline.com, 23 million Americans watched the Royal Wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton.People are still obsessed with everything the couple does, and many American women dream of one day finding their own William (or Harry, depending on your tastes).
Ben and Becca were kind enough to share with us the charming way they got together, how that led to Date British Guys, and what the site and its features are doing for American-British relations.