I'm increasingly concerned that we will not be able to understand each other within a 100 years!
In the UK, an English Muffin is more difficult to find than an honest politician; yet they're on every menu in the US.
If you ask for a glass of squash in the UK, you'll get a glass of Fruit (usually orange) Concentrate and water. No-one in the US would contemplate drinking a glass of marrow/pumpkin juice...
A biscuit in England is a cookie. A biscuit in the US is, well, something else.
Gravy in the UK is a dark brown liquid made by thickening the meat juices from the roast, maybe adding some extra liquid - served in a Gravy Boat to accomany roast meat.
Gravy in the US is a sauce served with what-ever you're cooking ( Joke! Joke!!)
Chips in the UK are thick, 1/2" slices of potato, deep-fried, crispy outside, soft inside. French Fries in the Uk only exist in McDs
. However, Chips in the US are thin slices of potato, or maybe tacos, or tortillas, usually found in a bag. Confuse me more, you may say!! Chips in the UK are called crisps...
I could go on... language is a wonderful thing!!