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I’m Not American, OK?: Lost In Internet Translation

…To be clear, I mean the translation from English to… well, English.

Person holding globe like a football — or, if you’re American, like a soccer ball
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Cultural differences are often lost in translation

Online, dearest nerdlets, this can become especially apparent.

As a Brit, I’m still perplexed by the way many Americans, in particular…




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Cee Arr

Cee Arr

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