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So there are many differences between American English and British English. Living here in Ireland (where they speak much closer to the British version then we do) I have begun to notice the differences. For instance In America, “AA” usually stands for “Alcoholics Anonymous”. Here it is the equivalent of our roadside assistance company AAA (here “AA” stands for “Automobile Association”). 4 out of 5 cars have a big AA sticker on them.

It took my ignorant mind weeks to realize that 90% of drivers here are not recovering alcoholics.

Posted: September 29th, 2011 under Daddy.

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