I cannot be you, so only you is involved and not I.
I know the difference, but I've just spent a lot of time talking with UK peoples online since I was 10 so it kind of slips sometimes. Just like favourite = English, favorite = American. I can't get out of the habit of spelling it the English way. I get in trouble all the time at school <.<.
Alannah's mom would probably have a heart attack "She changed genders??!!? Why!?!??! /faint" lol XD. I uploaded a real ID. Just cover your face if you don't want it there - that's what I did lol.
You have your face on SN just covered like mine XD.
Yeah, I get in trouble... "We are in an English class. American English, therefore when you right an essay it needs to be written in American English." I was like, really? O.O It is the same thing lol. Same sentence structure, few different spellings, few different meanings, but overall it's the SAME language lol. I wouldn't be talking to you if it were different :p.
Massive comment alert? On my half? XD Looks like another one too...It's funny too because even in American English there's differences. Like a water fountain - that's what we call it in the South. In the North East they call it a bubbler o.O;. And in some places on the west coast, they call it a water spicket or just spicket lol. There's also differences in drinks o.o;.
I used to call it a drinking fountain when I was little, but the teachers kept insisting water fountain :p. I think drinking fountain makes more sense lol. A LOT more sense than a spicket or bubbler lol