fenderlove: James Marsters with Romeo and Juliet quote over it. (Default)
( Jun. 20th, 2012 01:31 pm)
English people, friends of mine, I once again need assistance writing non-North-American characters. One of these days, I'm going to figure this out.

Is a "gaff" an apartment? I've been watching this show online, and this English boy uses "gaff" for literally everything. I think he's using it for both a place and as a gaff (mistake).

A "newsagent's" is a newspaper shop but also like a convenience store sometimes, right?

Is there a more common British word for paycheck?

Which is more common- a stovetop kettle or an electric kettle? (Yes, I'm being very original and having my English boys have a scene where they drink tea.)

What is a really common and really tasty (yet not high on the price scale) dessert-type snack?

What would one call the area of London that's the City of London? Could one say London proper or central London?

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