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Hugh Laurie: the British slang vs the American

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Published on Jul 27, 2008

The fantastically talented Hugh Laurie paid a house call to Ellen, and they played an exciting game of American slang versus English slang -- and the game was bloody brilliant!

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Sharlotte
Damn, that was Hugh-Larie-us.
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AlexGRFan97
Haha I knew listening to copious amounts of rap music would come in useful one day.
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Polemicist Contrarian
Dr.House be so high , acting like a British and shit
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Ryan MacFarlane
In Britain, "smoking a fag" means to have a cigarette. In America, it means to shoot a homosexual.
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Tona
after watching house hearing his british accent just sounds so weird
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Meme Iselfaneye
I'm American and have never heard flossing in that context.
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howard c
There's no such thing as british slang.every part of the u.k has its own unique accent and slang
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TShirtCannon
Apparently all american slang comes from early 2000's rap lyrics.
Kwality Kontrol
Neither of them can say the slang. Shin Wag Shuffed to bits Shoddy
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Natalie Harrison
Ba-Donka-Donk "We dont have those in england" You haven't met me then Laurie
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