I found this great British Newspaper online called mailonline.com. It’s the Daily Mail Newspaper online site and it’s a lot of fun to read . Let’s face it, the Brittish just sound a whole lot smarter than we do. So I’ve compiled a list of how they say it compared to how we might say it (or do it).
The Brittish Headline Says:
Why Prince Charles is too dangerous to be king: why this increasingly eccentric royal could imperil the monarchy.
But if it happened here it would say something like:
Why Prince Big Ears is too Frigin’ Bad ‘ Ass to be Numero Uno; why this weirdo fastracker could screw things up royally
The British Headline says:
Kate Middleton joins Queen for Royal family pre-Christmas Lunch
But if it happened here it would be:
Kate Middleton and the Queen Drive Through Burger King
The British Headline Says:
Queen Victoria, is that you? Christina Aguilera bears a striking resemblance to our late monarch in unflattering bonnet
If it happened here we’d say:
Hey Look! There’s Christina Aguilera!
Ok, that’s it. I thought this topic was going to be rich fodder to farm but turns out not so much. But I promise to keep an eye on all the Daily Mail Headlines from now on just in case.
Until next time . . . I love you!