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Re: Dog food in the UK for a dog with serious food allergies
« Reply #15 on: May 11, 2018, 08:10:37 PM »
I dunno... I feel that I would have had a lot less problems learning to drive manual here if I hadn't known how in the US.

Really?  That surprises me.

In the US, I was able to learn a stick in the high school parking lot and quiet roads.  Here you are thrown out in the open.  I think I would have freaked out!


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Re: Dog food in the UK for a dog with serious food allergies
« Reply #16 on: May 12, 2018, 12:19:59 AM »
Really?  That surprises me.

In the US, I was able to learn a stick in the high school parking lot and quiet roads.  Here you are thrown out in the open.  I think I would have freaked out!
Ah, you live in a busy metropolitan area... I live in a village so much smaller than the city I lived in in the US.

I've had to fight all the muscle memory of driving how I was taught in the US which is the opposite of how you drive here. No one ever taught me how to do a hill start in the US either. We also have a lot of narrow windy country roads and so much double parking here where I live now.

You could literally go to a large supermarket parking lot and get the same experience you are describing where I live. Either our shopping centre (that closes at 6pm weekdays) or the large Sainsbury's, Morrisons or Tesco after they close at 8pm.
The usual. American girl meets British guy. They fall into like, then into love. Then there was the big decision. The American traveled across the pond to join the Brit. And life was never the same again.


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