18. "Doesn't it rain all the time there?"
Alright, British weather isn't the best. And yes, on rainy days, walking down the road is more like wading through a sea of umbrellas. But it's not constantly miserable; the UK gets all kinds of weather: there's cumulus, stratocumulus, and cumulonimbus... OK, those are types of clouds. But honestly, it's not so bad. Besides, you've still got Seattle and Buffalo, and everything north of the Mason-Dixon line where winter lasts six months.
19. “Wait, so is it England or the UK? I don’t get the difference.”
England is IN the UK (United Kingdom, and if you didn't know that, lord help us), which is made up of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. You might want to crack open a geography book every now and then. Or look into this thing called Google.
20. “Do they have Halloween in England?”
No, actually. I didn't know what trick or treating was until I moved here. We also don’t have Christmas or Easter. And the month of May doesn’t exist. But we do have unicorns year-round. It's amazing.
21. "How do you feel about Zayn leaving One Direction?"
I'm fine. But how are YOU holding up?
22. "You watch soccer, right? Arsenal or Chelsea?"
First off, it's football. And second, just because I'm from London doesn't mean I support one of the two London teams you happen to know the names of. Actually, I support Manchester United. Again, there are things outside London. Shocking, I know.