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comment Is there any United States slang I should avoid in the UK or Ireland?
In the US, both terms are common in bars. A 'black and tan' is half a Guiness floated on top of half a Harp or Bass beer. A car bomb is a shot of Bailey's irish cream, dropped into a Guiness, and then chugged. I wasn't aware of the Black and Tans history in Ireland, so this is good to know.
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comment Is there any United States slang I should avoid in the UK or Ireland?
Not quiet a rude as "fanny", but definitely relevant since we'll be stopping at places to get laundry done. Thanks!
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