I had a lot of fun at the show, and have REALLY enjoyed my visit to the UK so far. All the fans at the show were incredibly gracious and fun to talk to. It's pretty neat to notice all the subtle differences in how we talk or dress, or words to describe things. One guy asked if I wanted a "biscuit"...? I said no...because I wasnt that hungry and I didnt see any sausage gravy to put on it. Besides I was in the mood for something sweet. Then he came around with a plate of cookies, and I asked if I could have a cookie. He said, "oh you mean a biscuit, sure!"
The next day we went out to dinner at a pub and I ordered "Bangers and Mash" Basically it's 2 link sausages, mash potatoes, peas and (I Quote) a "Jug of Gravy"....That sounded AWESOME to me. At home, what do you buy in a jug? Milk, Orange Juice...Moonshine. When I get my food I got my sausages, mashed potatoes, peas...and this little gravy boat about the size of a tea cup!?! seriously dissapointed in the term Jug of Gravy.
Well, even with that disappointment I've had the chance to do some fun sketches for the GI JOE and Action Force fans here in Southampton and those that traveled down for the show.
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