! Most of my watchers are from elsewhere in the world, and while pretty much everyone's aware of the usual British stereotypes there are
One of the most popular "Indian" curries, tikka masala, was invented in Scotland2.
There's no such thing as jaywalking here - we do have pedestrian crossings, but it's not a crime to cross normal roads anywhere (as long as you give yourself plenty of room)!3.
The National Grid has to give the whole island a power boost at certain times of day to account for everyone putting the kettle on for a cup of tea - such as when most people get home from work, or during advert-breaks on good-telly nights4.
Big Ben is the bell within the tower, not the clock tower itself (which is called Elizabeth Tower - thanks Amphany
The classic big red double-decker buses are only really used in London6.
Some Welsh residents speak barely any English, or none at all!7.
We drink a LOT - pubs are the hearts of every town where everyone loves to socialise, and there's nothing better than being in a pub garden in summer with friends & cold pints of lager or cider! On the weekends our cities are filled with drunken antics c;8.
Toast is a perfectly acceptable snack any time of day9.
A lot of our park benches are dedicated to people in the community who have passed away.10.
We have to pay a license fee of £150 a year to watch telly (although catching up online later is free)!
, like a round-the-world tour.