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Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by finalfrontier, Jul 12, 2007.
Hehehe... that reminds me of the movie Snatch. I love that movie.
I saw this on a clip on UK TV. It amazes me the difference between the commentary on the two. In the UK you were just allowed to watch it and then a joke was made by the presenter at the end. On this US version it seems as if the viewer needs to be constantly told what is happening in case they don't get it. This is my general opinion of US TV, is it all like that?
TV rots the brains of American viewers, so they have to be told what they are seeing -- because they are likely just as dumb as the stupid criminals.
Why else would the keep watching so many reality tv shows.
LOL. people everyday huh!
Don't doors have to open outwards, in case of fire?
That's a US thing...IIRC, it's pretty common for them to open inwards in Britain. And yes, it's a safety risk to open inwards.
Heh, I always remember the only doors that seemed to open outwards when I was a kid were the ones at McDonalds. It definitely seemed all the other shops' doors opened inwards, and I always made a tit of myself going in McDonalds.
You didn't expect me to read signs on doors, surely? Bloody Americans, infiltrating our country and changing our doors.
hehe... only in america...
Very true. Every door in Canada is like that, which totally screws up your natural instinct when you first walk up to a door in another country.