I love that people still socialize and really do "just drop by" to say hello.
I like being asked if I want a tea or a coffee as soon as I'm in the door.
Not feeling guilty for the occassional candy bar...everyone in the US makes it out to be one of the biggest sins to splurge on the occassional treat (oh I'll get so fat and the like).
People being comfortable with who they are. You don't see people trying to hide their extra 10 or 15 pounds.
The Indian Take Aways.
Footie, especially on the weekends.
Going down to the local.
Hearing the bagpipes as I walk around Edinburgh.
The fact that there's a bar in the local movie theater...I get a kick out of that one.
I'll never ceased to be amused by the new names they give to American food products...hehehe.
Travelling by train, I love it!
Getting cheerful "Hiya!" from everyone you know.
The fact that everything is so close by. You can drive forever and ever in the US and only get through a few states.
That coffees at Starbucks seem cheaper (I know in reality they aren't but they look cheaper...lol).
Tea time is the best time of day.
The fact that they all seem to love taking baths, even men. Something very cute and old fashioned about it.
I like that shops close earlier and that you have the evenings free.
Little kids in school uniforms.
The way it seems that taking babies out for the day is an event. Special outfit, pram, etc.
The fact that people of all ages still seem to like to have a good time.
The windy streets.
That I get to feel more free about who I am and that I don't have to fit in so much.
There's tons of good things.