It has been said that the US and Great Britain are two countries separated by a common language. Despite many similarities, we still misinterpret meaning and context between us while using words derived from the same source. For example if a Brit is in “rude health” it means he or she is in “very good health,” which is not apparent to us American upstarts.
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