After many decades of toasted cheese sandwiches, I have just made my first “grilled cheese” on the pan in the American style. An unqualified success. I will return.
I think this remark best sums up the cultural distinction. "Even though her room has a microwave". This makes as much sense to the average Irish person as would "Even though her room has a hair dryer."
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Donald Trump refuses to commit to peaceful transfer of power if he loses election
The owners of the Shelbourne Hotel are to reinstall four statues which were removed in the mistaken belief that two of them were representations of slave women
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