25 Reasons to Avoid England at All Costs

Thinking about taking a trip to jolly old England? It’s our duty to inform you that the consequences of such a decision could be dire. Before you hop on a plane, train, or boat, consider these 25 reasons you should never go to England:

1. It’s Always Rainy

Okay, so what if the rain means that the countryside is gorgeous and the flowers are vivid and everything is 100% more beautiful when the clouds part? And yeah, occasionally the hills covered in mist are like something out of a fairytale. But rain, people! Rain.

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2. There’s So Much Tea Everywhere

Who wants to sit inside cradling a warm cuppa? Or use tea as an approved excuse to take a break at every interesting shop on every corner? Pfft, warm leaf water.

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3. You Can Walk Basically Anywhere

Only think of the exercise! The hard-earned calories burned! Nightmarish, if you ask me.

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Weirdest American Holiday Traditions

The holiday season is here and businesses across the United States are going all-out to make sure that their decorations are better than the year before. The majority of Americans get so excited about holidays that it’s easy to forget how many traditions are strangely unique to the American culture. Actually, there are a large number of uniquely American holiday traditions that seem strange to those who didn’t grow up here. Let’s explore some of the weirdest American holiday traditions that are out there today.

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