It’s not hard to tell the difference in the UK, but as it turns out in the US the lines are slightly blurrier.
There’s one thing that almost every Brit agrees on - a proper roast dinner is an unbeatable meal. Is broccoli a feature piece? Because for those of us that have practically had the same roast dinner cooked for us by our family for years, that is what a real roast is, and we’re willing to fight to the death to prove that ours is the correct one.
Life is awkward - especially if you are British - and social affairs in particular are an absolute minefield.Whether it’s introductions or public transport you struggle to deal with, a study has now compiled a comprehensive list of British people’s most awkward encounters. CB12 First Class Breath commissioned the study of 1,500 British adults, and these are 20 situations that participants found the most awkward. The Great British Bake Off Episode Two: Carpet Munching, Jug-Grabbing And Multiple Gingerbread Disasters TFL Introducing New ‘Baby On Board’ Style Badges For People With Invisible Illnesses
Each year, fashion at the Royal Ascot never ceases to cross a threshold of fabulousness or wackiness. But at Ascot 2016 - you guessed it - a series of incredible outfits have already managed to steal the thunder of the races themselves.Here are our favourite picks.Ascot Races: The Style Guide Duchess Of Cambridge Proves Red Is Her Colour At Garter Day Service
Although the Queen’s 90th birthday was on April 21, the official celebrations to mark the milestone take place on June 12. While not everyone was able to nab a ticket to the huge street party taking part on the Mall in central London, people all over the country will be gathering their friends, family and neighbours in order to create their own equally fun-filled roadside rendevous. And here’s how to do it..
[Photo: Corrymoor] We can all rejoice, smell resistant socks now exist! Say goodbye to always getting ‘the fear’ when taking your shoes off at a friends house and to the Sunday laundry schedule. This genius product has been created on a farm in East Devon by Steve and Jenny Whitley. The super couple not only run the angora goat farm, but also their own knitwear company, Corrymoor.
Study lead author Dr Bette Liu, now of the University of New South Wales, Australia, said: “Illness makes you unhappy, but unhappiness itself doesn’t make you ill. The research showed that other studies had assumed the cause of death was unhappiness when it was lifestyle choices unhappy people made that decreased life expectancy. Co-author Professor Sir Richard Peto, of Oxford University, said: “It’s good news for grumpy people because they don’t have to add to their misery the fact that they might be killing themselves.