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  • 영국남자 Korean Englishman
    영국남자 Korean Englishman 5 bulan yang lalu +26547

    If you're seeing these lads for the first time then come over here to our other channel to see their first time trying Korean Fried Chicken! (and a ton of other Korean food. It's great, you're gonna love it! See you there)

  • BigMar
    BigMar 4 bulan yang lalu +79548

    Their acting is AMAZING! Almost believed british people were real

    • M C
      M C 6 hari yang lalu

      🤣🤣🤣🤣

    • Lisa Ram
      Lisa Ram 14 hari yang lalu

      Oh I guess you’re not good at Maths innit

    • WiSHed RaIn
      WiSHed RaIn 16 hari yang lalu

      true

    • Alexander Hamilton
      Alexander Hamilton 21 hari yang lalu +2

      As a British person can confirm we’re all actors

    • DarknessRevised
      DarknessRevised Bulan Yang lalu

      @Maleine Perle what’s funny about it it’s true? British people are fake

  • Toro Gomez
    Toro Gomez 27 hari yang lalu +1198

    The fact that they aren't aware that they sound exactly the same as the stereotypes makes it so much funnier. 😂

    • k.B
      k.B Hari Yang lalu

      @Ryan667 nah only one sounded posh

    • Shelley Meneses
      Shelley Meneses 5 hari yang lalu

      @biscoff H yeah no shit

    • Olga Salamakhina
      Olga Salamakhina 6 hari yang lalu

      on the second minute the guy with a beard literally said Be-uh, insted of better, as he claimed they usually say

    • Xtian Chen
      Xtian Chen 8 hari yang lalu

      @BurdeO i get what the guy try to say, it means that ppl only make fun of their accent all the time, thats when things get uncontrolled and plain bullying.

    • Emiya Shirou
      Emiya Shirou 10 hari yang lalu

      @biscoff H damn triggered over a YOOCHOB comment?

  • Melody Kristensen
    Melody Kristensen Bulan Yang lalu +1919

    As an American who got mercilessly teased the two years I lived in London for everything I said, I loved this. Fair play.

    • kbh prinsesse
      kbh prinsesse 10 hari yang lalu

      An American with Scandinavian roots, judging from your last name? :) Love from Denmark

    • chaewon
      chaewon 11 hari yang lalu

      Good

    • kyle howard
      kyle howard 11 hari yang lalu

      @Person Person it's a joke hippie. Humor, remember?

    • Nurlinda F Sihotang
      Nurlinda F Sihotang 12 hari yang lalu

      Ay, what's a friendly banter between former colonist to their ex colony? We indonesian often mocked netherlander as gantar meneer (pole mister/pole missus) because they are so tall, and asked how's the weather up there or if it raining, we can stand besides them and let them catch the lightning.,🤣

    • Person Person
      Person Person 12 hari yang lalu

      @kyle howard dude, stop with the inferiority complex 💀

  • NoiseDay
    NoiseDay Bulan Yang lalu +639

    Everyone's reaction to biscuits and gravy was so hilarious

    • zji
      zji 4 hari yang lalu

      I've always been annoyed by how Europeans call cookies biscuits. It wouldn't be annoying if it was a different word that didn't mean another food!

    • Juanito
      Juanito 10 hari yang lalu

      @Daniel McLaughlan yeah, I mostly put gravy on mashed potatoes more than anything else

    • Daniel McLaughlan
      Daniel McLaughlan 10 hari yang lalu +1

      @DWOO even putting gravy on scones it kind of weird to me

    • DWOO
      DWOO 12 hari yang lalu

      @Amy Whitehouse I agree with your point. The students probably don’t know US biscuits are actually English scones. I believe Americans don’t combine sweet cookies with gravy (at least I’ve never seen anyone doing this before). If we show what the biscuit with gravy looks like to the students, the misunderstanding can be cleared. However, I suppose British make scones as desserts because I came across scones filled with raisins in a bakery at my home country. I don’t know if they eat it salty though.

    • Amy Whitehouse
      Amy Whitehouse 14 hari yang lalu

      Biscuit isn’t their biscuits and gravy ain’t their gravy. They’d be blown away!

  • Doedling
    Doedling 22 hari yang lalu +161

    I love how they show a person with a sunburn and the guy disagrees because "I've never seen you tan in your life." Dude, if you think a sunburn is a tan, you're probably British.

    • Fetus for Jesus
      Fetus for Jesus 14 hari yang lalu +4

      @Babe Baby I'm American and I don't tan I burn. That's just genetics not a cultural thing.

    • Babe Baby
      Babe Baby 17 hari yang lalu

      I don't and i am British. Also have naturally olive skinned people . I dont burn i tan .

  • Pokhraj Roy
    Pokhraj Roy 5 bulan yang lalu +40916

    The reaction to Americans not having Electric Kettles is PRICELESS 😂

    • zji
      zji 4 hari yang lalu +1

      I've never even heard of an electric kettle and don't own a kettle. Funny when what is a normal thing in one place isn't even used in another. Microwave is the essential kitchen appliance in America I think.

    • H.J
      H.J 21 hari yang lalu

      Its tea, not British tea.

    • Dante Rosenberg
      Dante Rosenberg Bulan Yang lalu

      @River O. Oh okay my b(ad) thanks

    • River O.
      River O. Bulan Yang lalu

      @Dante Rosenberg you just set them on the stove to boil, no propane. You could use one with a propane burner stove, but I don't believe there's specifically a propane-heated kettle.

    • Dante Rosenberg
      Dante Rosenberg Bulan Yang lalu

      @River O. The ones that aren't electric have like propane tho rite?

  • Princess Smiley Face
    Princess Smiley Face 5 hari yang lalu +18

    Love that they can take a joke and laugh at themselves, British humor I swear is the best, 🙌🏻

  • Stephanie Gonzalez Pantaleon
    Stephanie Gonzalez Pantaleon 5 hari yang lalu +9

    Laughing hysterically at the woman making British tea 😂 hilarious! So funny when she put it on the microwave lol. Simple and nice. 🤣 I love this! Should make a part 2.

  • tannu kashyap
    tannu kashyap 19 hari yang lalu +19

    i find american accent to be easier than british one😅 we were taught british english at school, all the spellings and other stuff just not the pronounciation which is the most important aspect of learning any language and that made it hard for me to grasp the british accent. even if i try in front of anyone they'd just make fun of me silently or tease me but never will try to help even a bit that makes me so terrified even to imagine getting mocked by someone😅 i try so hard everyday to learn and perfect my british accent but that is just a far-fetched dream i guess. your mother tongue also affects the way you pronounce words in other language, and i guess british accent can never ever suit on my voice unless i live somewhere in the UK for a long period of time. so that's why i guess i can lean on american one to move forward with this english learning journey which i started from a very long time ago after getting mocked by someone in my school lol. some people are just not kind i guess😅

    • HappyBeezerStudios - by Lord_Mogul
      HappyBeezerStudios - by Lord_Mogul 2 hari yang lalu

      @ridwan dwiatmadja the posh standard english. And then people come to the island and meet people outside and don't understand a word.

    • ridwan dwiatmadja
      ridwan dwiatmadja 4 hari yang lalu

      There were 5 accent in London 😅. Probably Standards Royal English is the best👍 😂😂😂 Speaking like Mr. Bond 😅😇

  • Enigma
    Enigma 15 hari yang lalu +29

    As an American, I own an electric kettle with adjustable temperature control.
    BUT- while I drink various teas and temperatures vary between tea type- it’s predominantly used for coffee.
    One of the best investments I’ve made in my kitchen. That, and a digital food scale for a consistent brew.

  • Teresa S
    Teresa S 5 bulan yang lalu +37347

    Moral of the story: They’re not just fish and chips. They’re also beans.

    • vienn
      vienn 14 hari yang lalu

      😂😂😂😂

    • schrödinger's cat
      schrödinger's cat 18 hari yang lalu

      Hahahahaahahhahaha

    • D.reci111googlekonto1 Drenietnike
      D.reci111googlekonto1 Drenietnike 26 hari yang lalu

      We will mock your culture Even More

    • Rosalie Ierardi
      Rosalie Ierardi Bulan Yang lalu

      beans wtf

    • BL4ZE RnC
      BL4ZE RnC Bulan Yang lalu

      @Brandon Henneberg since the first commercially sold chips (fries for the millions of other people that hate Britain) were sold in britain, i do believe that gave us the right to name it "the chip", so they are chips and your " chips " are our crisps. That's just the way it is.

  • danigurl
    danigurl Bulan Yang lalu +10

    My favourite part is hearing them talk about the weather because they are fully in denial. In South Africa 16C is a cold winter day in some parts of the country 😭 hot only begins in the 30's

  • luhhva
    luhhva 15 hari yang lalu +28

    The American accents were PRICELESS i love these guys so much

  • The Black Bear
    The Black Bear Bulan Yang lalu +105

    An electric "coffee maker" of some sort is much more common in the US than an electric kettle.
    But tea drinkers in the US often have electric kettles.

    • The Black Bear
      The Black Bear Hari Yang lalu

      @HappyBeezerStudios - by Lord_Mogul 🙂

    • HappyBeezerStudios - by Lord_Mogul
      HappyBeezerStudios - by Lord_Mogul 2 hari yang lalu +1

      I have both. And since instant coffee exists, you can even make coffee with a kettle.

    • zji
      zji 4 hari yang lalu

      No, I heat water in my mug in the microwave.
      I don't own any kettle and don't drink coffee.
      So much faster and easier to zap hot water for 30 seconds when you want tea.
      What shocks and disgusts me is the milk and sugar going into the tea. Gross.

    • Pax
      Pax 15 hari yang lalu

      @Kate Wood I don't drink tea, never have, but I boil the kettle then use a French Press/Cafetiere. I didn't consider US outlets are weak and take twice as long as UK outlets, you should buy the tactical stove

    • Kate Wood
      Kate Wood 15 hari yang lalu

      @Pax But in America, electric kettles aren't that fast. Because our electric outlets only have 120 v flowing through them, but in the Uk it's 240 v. Also, most people in America don't drink tea, or don't drink it that often so there's no reason to need random cups of boiling water.

  • monica
    monica 18 hari yang lalu +11

    Oh my, Fulham boys high school kids♡ Did you guys have fun traveling to Korea? You've always reacted to Korean food, but it's my first time seeing a video of you reacting to American. kinda strange but interesting. Congratulations on your graduation. i want you guys to be on Josh & ollie's channel from time to time. Especially Armand Max Bobby♡

  • Ryan Kuykendall
    Ryan Kuykendall 4 bulan yang lalu +19346

    I love how Brits and Americans mutually make fun of each other's accents.

    • Joe Mama
      Joe Mama 3 hari yang lalu

      @Clare Westron I think it’s funny when it’s meant to be a joke, it’s usually pretty obvious when someone is poking fun vs being genuinely hurtful.

    • Clare Westron
      Clare Westron 9 hari yang lalu

      @Joe Mama it not funny to make fun off people accents- and btw not all us brits speak fancy-

    • Mack
      Mack 23 hari yang lalu

      @L is it true when English people commit crimes the queen spreads ur tooth gap even further

    • L
      L 24 hari yang lalu

      @Mack u can hate us all u want I literally could not care less what your opinion is, do you really need the last word that bad

    • L
      L 24 hari yang lalu

      @Mack how embarrassing,,

  • 𝘣𝘶𝘴𝘦 𝘰𝘧𝘧𝘪𝘹𝘪𝘢𝘭 - 𝘳𝘦𝘢𝘥 𝘮𝘺 𝘥𝘦𝘴𝘤

    Why are Bri'ish people so cool?
    Something about them just makes them awesome.

  • The Black Bear
    The Black Bear Bulan Yang lalu +6

    Fair play to these young gentlemen. Well done, and all in good fun.

  • Kaf Kollectif
    Kaf Kollectif Bulan Yang lalu +13

    I’m American and I’ve always had an egg cup. And I went to London at 17 and was so excited to go to the London Zoo gift shop and see they had not one, but several different ceramic egg cups in the shapes of different animals. I got the hippo💕 And I have eaten many, many soft boiled eggs out of it🙌

    • HappyBeezerStudios - by Lord_Mogul
      HappyBeezerStudios - by Lord_Mogul 2 hari yang lalu

      I think I have egg cups, but I never use them, because I just don't eat boiled eggs. I make scrambled eggs, I make both side fried eggs (because I like my yolk slightly runny but don't like the underside burned), I put them in pancakes or as glazing. But not boiled.

  • Tuliphill
    Tuliphill 6 hari yang lalu +1

    Hearing brittish people doing BRITTISH accents is my serotonin for the day

  • Epitomes
    Epitomes 3 bulan yang lalu +14744

    The fact that they don't realize innit is the perfect example of their accent breaking down 'ISNT IT" just proves the accent is real 😂😂

    • Ryan667
      Ryan667 12 hari yang lalu

      @Kate Mcoconell what are you on about, so do we take the letter S out of every word then?

    • Niya Y
      Niya Y Bulan Yang lalu

      Innit is the British term for isn't it her in the States. Both are slang for, "is it not?"
      In 1706, ain't it was originally a contraction of am not, and considered proper as such until in early 19th century. It began to be also a generic contraction of are not, is not, has not, etc. This was popularized in representations of London cockney dialect in Dickens, etc., which led to the word being banished entirely from correct English.

    • Amelia Townsend
      Amelia Townsend Bulan Yang lalu

      Ohhhhh I always wondered what innit was🤣

    • HeSsA A
      HeSsA A Bulan Yang lalu +1

      I'm not English speaker but I was shouting them its "isn't it" xD

    • Peta Stafford
      Peta Stafford Bulan Yang lalu +1

      @Noah Sims I mean I'm Australian and I say "ain't it"...

  • Zuenchuri
    Zuenchuri Bulan Yang lalu +6

    They're so adorable with their messages for the Americans at the end 😂

  • Coco
    Coco Bulan Yang lalu +2

    I love their reactions when they heard about biscuits with gravy😂😂😂

  • Cameron Massey
    Cameron Massey Bulan Yang lalu +5

    I feel a little attacked at the electric kettle bit. I DO have an electric kettle in my house. I use it to heat water for pour-over coffee lol

  • Vidar Jensen
    Vidar Jensen Bulan Yang lalu +2

    Granted that I'm an international university student in the US, so I'm really mostly mingling with the young generation in dorms, apartments, and frat houses, I've never once seen anyone not have an electric kettle over a traditional one. There's some policies in dorms regarding appliances with hot surfaces like kettles, so they're not allowed which causes a total lack of kettles, but the ones who live in apartments/houses or whom disregard the rules ALWAYS have electric kettles. I've never seen a non-electric kettle in my 4 years of living in the US. Maybe it's area-based, I live near D.C. so it's pretty urban

  • Devil0356
    Devil0356 4 bulan yang lalu +12223

    The reason us Brits don't pronounce our Ts is because we are drinking them all ;)

    • Like a Phoenix彡
      Like a Phoenix彡 4 hari yang lalu

      Lol that's a good one so far

    • Lord Mysticlaw
      Lord Mysticlaw Bulan Yang lalu

      I want to like this comment more than once 🤣

    • ttrublu79
      ttrublu79 Bulan Yang lalu

      👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻🤣🤣

    • Nurul Hidayah
      Nurul Hidayah Bulan Yang lalu

      LMAOOOOJSKDSJDHSAJFH 😭😭😭

    • Fwuzzy bear0
      Fwuzzy bear0  2 bulan yang lalu

      I gave you a like bcuz that was actually good

  • newvillagefilms
    newvillagefilms Bulan Yang lalu +4

    I'm an American and I've electric kettle. I use it for pour over coffee. It's also quite convenient when I need to speed up cooking soup (by pouring boiling water from the electric kettle), blanching vegetables or steaming eggs. 😂🙌

  • CVG
    CVG Bulan Yang lalu +9

    The electric kettle part was hilarious 😂

  • Hazhiraqudsy
    Hazhiraqudsy Bulan Yang lalu

    Honestly as Indonesian people I would say that your accent is so cool, it's awesome, we trying to have your accent while speaking english because it sounds so good, but it's difficult for us 😅

  • Adriana Alves
    Adriana Alves Bulan Yang lalu +1

    The pure shock in their faces when gravy in biscuits is mentioned 🤣

  • Jen GL
    Jen GL 4 bulan yang lalu +4763

    "We're not just fish and chips." These boys are always so funny and positive. It's wonderful that they can laugh and poke fun of themselves like this. It's a fantastic trait to have.

    • Rebecca Austin
      Rebecca Austin 4 bulan yang lalu

      @LINDSOR ah well, sounds like Mexicans also have a great sense of humour then🤣. I'm not saying everyone in Britain can take a joke. Met a few that can't and then things get very awkward and uncomfortable which actually just makes things so much funnier. X

    • LINDSOR
      LINDSOR 4 bulan yang lalu +2

      @Rebecca Austin I'm mexican and we also make jokes abt each other non stop. Even between family between everyone you gotta know how to give and take jokes lol.

    • Laur-un (stage name, actually called Faith)
      Laur-un (stage name, actually called Faith) 4 bulan yang lalu

      @spaks lmao

    • K.
      K. 4 bulan yang lalu

      But I don't get it...
      How else would you pronounce "h"??

    • Victor Prati
      Victor Prati 4 bulan yang lalu

      Not wonderful just normal

  • Zach
    Zach  19 hari yang lalu +9

    American with an electronic kettle here:
    Absolute game changer. Even if you’re not a tea drinker, it gives you practically instant boiling water. Don’t know how/why they aren’t more popular here.

    • HappyBeezerStudios - by Lord_Mogul
      HappyBeezerStudios - by Lord_Mogul 2 hari yang lalu

      Even with 120V, just compare making water hot with it and with the stove. (And if you want it extra fast, do both, then add the kettle water to the pot water, it's like having your water on two plates at once)

    • A Sopala
      A Sopala 17 hari yang lalu

      My understanding is they're a minute slower in America because we're on a different power grid. In Britain it really is instant.

  • don't blame me.
    don't blame me. 29 hari yang lalu +1

    Everyone is laughing their lungs out while Shea being sick of it 😂

  • モエニャーmoe moe
    モエニャーmoe moe Bulan Yang lalu +10

    im a japanese and i adore british accent and french and russian so much ♥️ and watching this video are just making me soooo happy 😆
    bcs i learned how to use british accent and bcs of some british movies and series i watched for me its awesome accent

    • CraftingCameron
      CraftingCameron Bulan Yang lalu

      You do realise that Britain is not a country. Its a collective of 4 countries

    • CraftingCameron
      CraftingCameron Bulan Yang lalu

      No such thing as the British accent tho. There is dozens of different accents in each country in Britain. Each area of England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland has an accent

  • Michelle Schu-blacka
    Michelle Schu-blacka 3 hari yang lalu

    I hereby declare that from this day forward, internet cookies must be called biscuits in the UK.
    Failure to do so will now be considered as High Treason.

  • Hamilton
    Hamilton 4 bulan yang lalu +7349

    This was hilarious. We definitely need a version with American highschoolers.

    • Dr. Common Sense
      Dr. Common Sense 28 hari yang lalu

      We don’t need five minutes of ignorant clowns who don’t understand the second amendment joking about school shootings

    • mrs pruit (oink oink)
      mrs pruit (oink oink) Bulan Yang lalu

      @Mio Ishikawa not trying to be rude but you don't even look like your Indonesian and you probably catfishing

    • Spudmagee 69
      Spudmagee 69 Bulan Yang lalu

      They would be all dead because of school shootings 💀

    • tegan
      tegan 2 bulan yang lalu

      @Shaleya Solomon and a bit of MLE is what they joke about which lower class people use most of the time

    • Shaleya Solomon
      Shaleya Solomon 3 bulan yang lalu

      @Glitch I mean, that wouldn't be different than this video. I would hazard a guess that the main British accent referenced in the memes and jokes in this video is a London accent. But don't forget that Britain also includes Wales, Scotland, and Northern Ireland. Plus even English accents vary a lot by region -- Scouse, Brummie, Cockney, Geordie, RP, just to name a few.

  • Leira Maluto
    Leira Maluto Bulan Yang lalu

    Tbh during my childhood I thought almost everyone has a kettle for either tea or coffee but when I learned Americans microwave tea I was definitely surprised (and started to question life-)

  • Daryl
    Daryl 18 hari yang lalu +5

    It's crazy how they think we're wrong for knowing how they say words, but yet they turn around and try to make fun of our pronunciation

  • AtlasGaming
    AtlasGaming 20 hari yang lalu +1

    Ok biscuits and gravy are addicting and fills your tummy up. Mixing things together gives a great taste that people refuse to experience like pineapple on pizza. It's so good yet people cringe at new possibilities in foods and yet they will try to mix things at home when they're alone.

  • whoah an ant
    whoah an ant 7 hari yang lalu

    If I remember correctly the word "soccer" was coined in Britain lmao
    So you can blame Britain for that one, language and accents change when they get split across continents and countries so the US only adopted that because it's the original British term for it.

  • litastardreams
    litastardreams 5 bulan yang lalu +10545

    “You’re a Polish flag in the summer,” is clearly a British burn because Americans don’t know other countries' flags!

    • Katarzyna Fiałkowska
      Katarzyna Fiałkowska 24 hari yang lalu

      @Facts Over Emotions You wish

    • joltixer
      joltixer Bulan Yang lalu

      @romaisa they literally teach the states in like elementary and then other countries in geography lmao

    • Emojiface
      Emojiface Bulan Yang lalu

      @romaisa Too true, comment really hits different when I'm not positive I could locate where each state is on a map

    • Carlos Bautista
      Carlos Bautista Bulan Yang lalu

      This American does

    • Isabell P.
      Isabell P. Bulan Yang lalu

      @S S Ah yes. Xenophobia. How original.

  • Rat Girl
    Rat Girl Bulan Yang lalu +1

    As an American who lives in England… I can say that all these are true!!! I have spent YEARS trying to get my friends to say Tuesday but they always say “ chewsday”

  • Meggan Lanahan
    Meggan Lanahan 19 hari yang lalu

    I studied in England and this brought back so many memories! ❤️

  • Maxenes
    Maxenes Bulan Yang lalu +3

    I'm french and I can speak english fluently, my only problem is my pronounciation because first of all I'm french so its hard as hell but I learned words with both the american accent and the british accent so I end up getting lost in the process

  • Bailey Robinson
    Bailey Robinson 6 hari yang lalu

    as an American, I can say that I have an electric kettle and I absolutely LOVE it 😂

  • Somesh
    Somesh 5 bulan yang lalu +2494

    Surely these kids weren't picked at random? They're all incredibly charismatic and comfortable in front of the camera, I'm actually quite jealous. Great video.

    • Mothball
      Mothball Bulan Yang lalu

      I live in London and can assure you these lads are typical in their humour, outlook etc. Wearing school uniform does not mean they are at some elite school BTW.

    • n a i
      n a i 4 bulan yang lalu +1

      @Chari Ge they have private sm accounts

    • Laur-un (stage name, actually called Faith)
      Laur-un (stage name, actually called Faith) 4 bulan yang lalu +3

      @Chari Ge nah u cant be doing that

    • ct6502
      ct6502 4 bulan yang lalu +1

      @Finna Fish You must be a Millennial.

    • Chari Ge
      Chari Ge 4 bulan yang lalu +3

      Does someone knows the insta of these boys?

  • NoiseDay
    NoiseDay Bulan Yang lalu +1

    As an American, I accept the tea lady with open arms.
    I will die on this hill.

  • Gumarks
    Gumarks 29 hari yang lalu

    Given that most of the stereotypes are accent-related, I want to talk about us Spaniards' accent lmao
    Spanish people's accent talking in English is hilarious, it's usually a variable mix of American and British English with a variable influence of our native language (sometimes it's more obvious, other times not so much). Most of us fluently English-speaking Spaniards have learnt from a British English perspective in school/academies, but have also seen lots of movies/shows/videos with American English, which makes a pretty curious accent overall.

  • Flamehair Bristleback
    Flamehair Bristleback Bulan Yang lalu +2

    I was laughing the whole time. Thank you!

    • うるばりんさん【登録者100人目標】
      うるばりんさん【登録者100人目標】 Bulan Yang lalu

      Don't translate!!!
      ເຈົ້າຖືກສາບແຊ່ງເພາະວ່າມັນຖືກແປຖ້າເຈົ້າບໍ່ທໍາລາຍຄໍາສາບແຊ່ງ, ເຈົ້າຈະຕາຍວິທີດຽວທີ່ຈະທໍາລາຍຄໍາສາບແຊ່ງແມ່ນເພື່ອຈອງຊ່ອງທາງຂອງຂ້ອຍລົງ​ທະ​ບຽນ​ດຽວ​ນີ້

  • The_hated_curtain
    The_hated_curtain Bulan Yang lalu +1

    We need an aussie version of it 😂

  • Afro Jack
    Afro Jack 5 bulan yang lalu +12289

    It’s cool to know British people and Mexicans have one thing in common
    We put beans on a lot of things too

    • Sunshine
      Sunshine Bulan Yang lalu

      @Debbi O. What's that supposed to mean that the others eat them uncooked.

    • neobongzzz
      neobongzzz 2 bulan yang lalu

      Ikr

    • Kaley Cooper
      Kaley Cooper 3 bulan yang lalu +2

      @Afro Jack Hmm, then it might be a regional thing. Im in Northern Mexico and here seriously no one likes beans except elders and parents. Growing up, every kid I ever met in my life never liked beans. In school, random interactions at the park, distant family members, etc. No ones liked beans. To be honest, I still don’t like them

    • Antonio
      Antonio 3 bulan yang lalu +1

      @Julieta Gracia what the other person said, yeah. Mediterranean season is already good as it is, if you guys have to add 7 different things to BEANS then clearly “yall” beans are horseshit ☠️

    • Julieta Gracia
      Julieta Gracia 3 bulan yang lalu

      @Antonio yall would call that overloading 💀💀

  • checkmate
    checkmate 8 hari yang lalu

    the bottle of water got me laughing so hard XD

  • N O
    N O 21 hari yang lalu

    Please do more of something like this with them!

  • Dylan Sullivan
    Dylan Sullivan Bulan Yang lalu

    We absolutely do have electric kettles. Granted I've never seen anyone other than myself and my mother use one but they are for sale in most department stores here in US

  • Stephanie D
    Stephanie D 19 hari yang lalu

    This was so cute… Don’t let us Americans heckle you, boys. Ya’ll are awesome! 😆

  • KPop&Metal
    KPop&Metal 5 bulan yang lalu +5637

    Ok, as a Georgia girl, their horrified reaction to biscuits and gravy was the best. Also, their reactions to electric kettles not being a thing over here! Lots of love from Georgia!

    • Katharine Yuan
      Katharine Yuan 2 bulan yang lalu

      @sandy'scheeks I had a stovetop kettle as a kid. My family switched to an electric kettle when we moved to a house with more counter space. I don't know how prevalent electric kettles are in the US since I don't ask my friends whether they have one. Most people boil water for beverages when it is cold, and my state is hot most of the year. Everyone who goes camping has a camp kettle because the mountains are much colder than the valley.

    • Fenny Permatasari
      Fenny Permatasari 3 bulan yang lalu

      Hi, i'm army from Indonesia and currently studying international relations
      I have a college assignment, are you willing to help me?

    • The_Demon
      The_Demon 4 bulan yang lalu

      @Fletch-a-Sketch Yeah, but it’s sort of layered, too, cause you can rip it in half to put in jam or butter and it comes apart cleanly

    • Fletch-a-Sketch
      Fletch-a-Sketch 4 bulan yang lalu

      @The_Demon American biscuits have the savory, buttery flavor of a croissant, with the texture and density of a scone.

    • Ani
      Ani 4 bulan yang lalu

      Oh my dayss I thought you meant Georgia as in the country 😭 but then I remembered there were two Georgias

  • AKS 666
    AKS 666 Bulan Yang lalu +5

    Very funny. I’m actually German but I really enjoyed watching this. 😄

  • Gert Finkelhoffer
    Gert Finkelhoffer 26 hari yang lalu +1

    I have seen quite a few videos (on the Korean Englishman channel) with these particular kids & I have to say that, they are very polite. But I think my fav is Armand, damn I wish I was 40 years younger.

  • Brainselle of Christ
    Brainselle of Christ Bulan Yang lalu

    no worries british ppl, some Filipinos (like myself) pronounce Tuesday as 'chews-dey' i think those with a natural American accent are able to pronounce it as it is

  • Matthew Lindahl
    Matthew Lindahl Bulan Yang lalu +1

    To be fair, regarding the maths/math thing, Susie Dent from Countdown actually agrees it should be "math."

  • JoyJitters
    JoyJitters 4 bulan yang lalu +6097

    I enjoyed every second of this. They were adorable and good sports.

  • monica
    monica 29 hari yang lalu

    뜬금포 조쉬 올리 오래 갔으면 좋겠다. 채널 초기부터 봐온 입장으로 두 분 오래된 우정 보기 좋고 계속 오래 보고 싶음^^

  • Emelia Lartey
    Emelia Lartey 15 hari yang lalu +1

    This was so hilariously wholesome

  • Want Justice
    Want Justice Bulan Yang lalu

    I drink more tea than even Brits. Love it! You guys are awesome!

  • Rogeh Havea
    Rogeh Havea Bulan Yang lalu

    As an American I can see why they think its weird that we don't have electric kettles. When I was in Australia I went to so many family friends houses and they all had kettles. I had to ask what they were cause I had no idea. And then it occurred to me that the United States are the only country in the entire world that doesn't drink tea on a regular basis

  • D2IY
    D2IY 5 bulan yang lalu +3576

    This is even funnier when you’re Canadian! Coz we spell like the British but our vocabulary is more like the Americans. We end up being the awkward middle child or the one with the identity crisis 🥹🤣

    • Tea
      Tea 2 bulan yang lalu

      @Melanie Ask a British person, American's litrally cannot pronounce most words properly lol

    • Mikoto Eru
      Mikoto Eru 4 bulan yang lalu

      So relatable! We Malaysians learn British English, but most of us are more used to hearing American English from media (TV shows and movies, for example) so we write British, but speak American XD

    • JA the Best
      JA the Best 5 bulan yang lalu

      @Jo von Rosen Thank you for adding more information! Plus, you guys use "recognise" instead of "recognize"?
      Some vocabs follow a slightly different rule🤔

    • Jo von Rosen
      Jo von Rosen 5 bulan yang lalu +1

      @JA the Best Also we pronounced Z as Zed in Canada so the joke in the video about Americans sleeping like "zzzz" and Brits sleeping like " zed zed zed" would be the same for Canadians (or Aussies/Kiwis too)

    • JA the Best
      JA the Best 5 bulan yang lalu

      @Nara B. Interesting! Yes, and you guys' pronunciation is similar to American English. "ou" thing in vocabulary looks pretty noticeable for us, English learners. Thanks for your example :)

  • TiffanastI
    TiffanastI Bulan Yang lalu

    Since I'm british I barely reacted to these too, the ones they said accurate to, were actually accurate.
    5:56 I don't even drink tea and even I know how it's made.

  • Teike
    Teike Bulan Yang lalu

    As a Dutch person my brain also broke a little bit discovering that Americans don't have electric kettles.

  • SoRo L
    SoRo L 22 hari yang lalu

    Omg, I was laughing so hard at this. I Like how these guys were like, yeah... that's accurate. Amazing! Wish there were more impersonations of us Americans, that'd be great. 🤣🤣🤣

  • Taco Taco
    Taco Taco 14 hari yang lalu

    I have an electric kettle, best purchase in my life. My family thought I was insane till they used it. I use it for ramen, tea, oatmeal, and basically anything that uses boiled water.

  • claire bear 🙄
    claire bear 🙄 4 bulan yang lalu +3582

    As an American who does a British accent on every occasion I possibly can in every situation I think this is very funny

    • Hennessy
      Hennessy Bulan Yang lalu +1

      As a Canadian who does a British accent on every occasion I possibly can, I also found this very funny haha.

    • me
      me Bulan Yang lalu

      @claire bear 🙄 This is bullshit

    • Moses LA
      Moses LA 4 bulan yang lalu

      Hi baby how are you doing now i hope you are really doing good you are awesome looking at you baby makes happy when I look at your picture it is beyond my imagination that a creature like you really exist like a rose you make the garden so beautiful You are a diamond to any man that have eyes to see goodness of a womanhood Baby am Ben easy going person very understandable Am a civil engineer and a contractor I work at so many places like Asia Europe and Africa I love art craft and I write music I like ideal people when I see your picture am impress I want a good woman that understand what real love is all about who will understand me and perfectly be for me So we can build our world strong enough to care for each other I want you to be mine and I hope to hear from you soonest thanks

    • Simran Preet
      Simran Preet 4 bulan yang lalu

      @Piepew qqqq

    • XXXTENTAClON
      XXXTENTAClON 4 bulan yang lalu

      So basically just an American then

  • Mabel Nicotra
    Mabel Nicotra 7 hari yang lalu

    Love it!! You have to do videos like this one!! 🤣

  • cloudleaf
    cloudleaf 25 hari yang lalu +1

    How are you guys bewildered by at Toast Sandwich, but in love with Chip Buttys? That's the same level of crazy for me!

  • Mark
    Mark Bulan Yang lalu +1

    Just think about the stereotypes that Canadians have to go through 😭

  • fionerz
    fionerz Bulan Yang lalu

    i watched this before going to england around two weeks ago and now that im back in canada the british accent seems so normal and i miss it 🥹

  • AliCat !!
    AliCat !! 5 bulan yang lalu +3532

    These guys seem cool. And them making fun of themselves for being exited about 16 degrees is so funny.

    • No name
      No name Bulan Yang lalu

      If there is one thing us brits are able to do well, it's laugh at ourselves and banter

    • xXpLaNt.ViBeSXx
      xXpLaNt.ViBeSXx 4 bulan yang lalu

      @Naown Hibink oh please, we’re always 35-50° C all year round 😎

    • PoisonApple
      PoisonApple 4 bulan yang lalu

      Then what should we do at 45°C 🤣🤣🤣

    • Marvelite
      Marvelite 4 bulan yang lalu

      Honestly Dutch people are also excited when it’s 18 degree out. If it’s 18 and sunny, you don’t see long trousers on campus quite often hahahahah. Sometimes when it’s 25 degree the bus turn on the cold ac. 😆

    • Viktor Pettersson
      Viktor Pettersson 4 bulan yang lalu

      @Samidy Wamity especially not you

  • Anonynon
    Anonynon Bulan Yang lalu +1

    We definitely have electric kettles in America. Lol 😂 I’m more of a tea person but the majority of Americans are more into coffee so they have a variety of coffee appliances instead. There’s only so much space on the counter. Other people boil water on the stove or they have a traditional kettle. There is a tea culture in the south but it’s very different, mostly sweet iced tea.

    • うるばりんさん【登録者100人目標】
      うるばりんさん【登録者100人目標】 Bulan Yang lalu

      Don't translate
      ເຈົ້າຖືກສາບແຊ່ງເພາະວ່າມັນຖືກແປຖ້າເຈົ້າບໍ່ທໍາລາຍຄໍາສາບແຊ່ງ, ເຈົ້າຈະຕາຍວິທີດຽວທີ່ຈະທໍາລາຍຄໍາສາບແຊ່ງແມ່ນເພື່ອຈອງຊ່ອງທາງຂອງຂ້ອຍລົງ​ທະ​ບຽນ​ດຽວ​ນີ້

  • Shannon RN
    Shannon RN 12 hari yang lalu +3

    I want to visit England. These guys are so funny. I actually just bought an electric kettle but for ramen lol. We use microwaves here to warm water. I know, it’s insane to the British. We all have microwaves and don’t drink much hot tea. We mostly drink coffee and have brewers for that. In the south there’s a lot of cold sweet tea drinkers, they don’t need a kettle. God Save the King! Much love to your country during this transition.

    • zji
      zji 4 hari yang lalu

      Yeah even tho I drink a lot of tea, it's much faster to just zap a cup for 30 seconds in the microwave. Nothing goes to waste that way, if I try to do it on the stove I always have too much to drink all at once, plus it takes way more time and electricity. Can't understand the point of a kettle.

  • Rowan Sadasivan
    Rowan Sadasivan Bulan Yang lalu

    To be fair the English language was made by the Brits so they get rights over what's correctly and wrongly said.
    With that being said, it's just a language at the end of the day and if you can convey your point then that's good enough.

  • Maria
    Maria 29 hari yang lalu

    This is a great video. 👌🏻🤣 "Maybe they just learn one." 🤣🤣🤣

  • 7KVexus
    7KVexus Bulan Yang lalu

    Ugh my mother always cooked fried beans on toast! I hated it!!! 🤢
    But I sure love masa, torillas, pita or fry bread with beans!

  • MrLvngscrfc
    MrLvngscrfc 18 hari yang lalu

    England started Fish and chips, New England perfected them. I went to England and the fish and chips there at restaurants tasted like frozen. Also, the mocking goes both ways.

  • gcgx
    gcgx 10 hari yang lalu

    I've used electric kettles for a very long time, they're sold in a lot of stores in the u.s.

  • caitlin
    caitlin 17 hari yang lalu +1

    came back to rewatch because i forgot how funny this episode was

  • Kleine M
    Kleine M 5 bulan yang lalu +18387

    Ray was so heated at the end 😂😂 Also, they were so confused and offended when Ollie asked if they would have gravy with their biscuits 😂

    • Sara
      Sara 4 bulan yang lalu

      @MassNoobness But southern white gravy (with or without sausage) has black pepper flavor. I wouldn't even consider putting a brown gravy on it.

    • Sara
      Sara 4 bulan yang lalu

      @Angela Lincoln I've only had scones in the US, so wasn't aware they are savory elsewhere. The texture is between cake and biscuit, so I can't imagine putting gravy on a savory one. What makes biscuits and gravy so delicious here (most particularly in the southern states), is the biscuits have a bit of crunch on the outside, then are moist, yet flaky on the inside. They are buttery, so the gravy... nomnomnom... just goes perfectly with them. Southern white pepper gravy is also probably quite different than English gravy. I just can't imagine anyone not falling in love with southern biscuits and gravy. It's perfection. 😋

    • Angela Lincoln
      Angela Lincoln 4 bulan yang lalu

      @Sara scones aren't always sweet. Scones in the US are usually sweet flavors, but in other countries, it's common to also have savory ones.

    • Julie O'Brien
      Julie O'Brien 4 bulan yang lalu

      @Sara I know the history of biscuits and gravy, but that has nothing to do with the fact that I just don’t really like it, which is what I meant by “not seeing the point of it.” I don’t mind others eating it, I just don’t want to. But my dad LOVED it (he grew up in the South), and as I said, my husband and kids all love it too.

    • Sara
      Sara 4 bulan yang lalu

      @*~Rox the Foxi~* Our biscuits aren't sweet at all. I think that is what is causing confusion. They are buttery and salty. Crusty on the outside, moist layers on the inside. Perfect for dousing with gravy.

  • Jay Mac
    Jay Mac Bulan Yang lalu +1

    I thought that one kid was gonna cry when he found out about the lack of kettles in America 😭😭😭 lol 🤣

  • The Boy James
    The Boy James Bulan Yang lalu

    Let's select students from the same Southern school to comment on Southern "British" sterotypes. How stereotype you wanna be?
    YES.

  • gipi23
    gipi23 Bulan Yang lalu

    Would you say, generally speaking, a non-native English speaker can pull off American/British accent better than a Brit would do the American, and a American would do the British one?

  • newbie
    newbie Bulan Yang lalu

    Tbh despite having a hard time understanding, I love the British accent a lot more than American one.
    It's soo cool

    • Michael Scott
      Michael Scott Bulan Yang lalu

      The thing with the British accent is that there isn't just one, there's hundreds. For example, try listening to Scouse and Mancunian. Liverpool and Manchester are 35 miles apart but you'd think they were almost talking completely different languages.

  • ElectricBlueSwirl
    ElectricBlueSwirl 4 bulan yang lalu +2758

    The way this woman instructed her daughter to make tea is not only offensive to British people but also to the whole rest of the world. :-D

    • elite
      elite 3 bulan yang lalu

      timestamp?

    • hye
      hye 4 bulan yang lalu

      As an Asian I'm pissed by how they make tea. I still remember my great grandma's tea and I believe she'd be mad if she see that woman's method on making tea

    • M M
      M M 4 bulan yang lalu

      @alcatel😊😊😊😀☺ But sweet tea is disgusting. 😖

    • M M
      M M 4 bulan yang lalu

      It was highly offensive to me as an American. She clearly hates tea and doesn't want it to actually infuse into her cup.

    • NfamousK Games
      NfamousK Games 4 bulan yang lalu

      I had to skip past it. The first time I saw it I was HORRIFIED and I’m American.

  • Arghya Chatterjee
    Arghya Chatterjee 22 hari yang lalu

    Well, a lot of these memes are based on regional accents across the UK and Brits from different regions struggle to understand each other.

  • Yara Ezz
    Yara Ezz Bulan Yang lalu

    As an Egyptian, so much of our culture is British (i mean ex brit colony) 😂 maybe except for the lack of hot summer days 😂😂 switch pls

  • M. Carpenter
    M. Carpenter Bulan Yang lalu +3

    American here... I have an electric kettle!! Realized how amazing they were while on a trip to Edinburgh actually haha

  • Holly Yao
    Holly Yao 13 hari yang lalu

    Josh's haircut really reminds me of Dumb and Dumber (also just finished the Xmas episode about the AI thing Ollie did🤣🤣)

  • Character&ContentnotTitles&Nonsense
    Character&ContentnotTitles&Nonsense 2 bulan yang lalu +6109

    That casual, "You're a Polish flag in the summer, mate." is hilarious.

    • John R
      John R 9 hari yang lalu

      @Iwbeavt yeah and 90% of his body would still be white if he only mentioned his arms

    • Iwbeavt
      Iwbeavt 9 hari yang lalu

      @John R Indonesian flag is red at the top and white at the bottom

    • John R
      John R 17 hari yang lalu

      Shouldn't that be Indonesian flag?

    • S e p hセフ
      S e p hセフ Bulan Yang lalu +2

      Career in IDclips for secured.

    • cyan floy
      cyan floy Bulan Yang lalu +9

      I guess this is why they let Poland join the allies

  • Gene Wells
    Gene Wells Bulan Yang lalu

    We most certainly do have electric kettles! I use mine quite often to make tea in fact!

  • Oscar Wielgosz
    Oscar Wielgosz Bulan Yang lalu

    They all gave you a death stare when you asked "do you have biscuits with gravy?"

  • Charlie Leman
    Charlie Leman Bulan Yang lalu +1

    As an american, I do think that we have electric kettles, we just use them for coffee instead of tea

  • Диана Боброва
    Диана Боброва Bulan Yang lalu

    Lovely! Guys react so sweet!