So far I have learned the following:
1) If you point out the color of someone's pants to a toddler, you'll get strange, and potentially offended looks. Trousers is a more appropriate word, as strangers generally prefer that you refrain from discussing their underwear choices.
2) Cheese in Canada is ridiculously overpriced. I can get a triangle of brie for 1£. Subsequently, my cheese portions have increased.
3) Jacket (Baked) potatoes with beans and cheese is considered an acceptable supper meal. And is actually quite tasty.
4) I've begun to speak differently. In addition to adding trousers to my vocabulary, I also say "to be fair" "nearly" "Half past" in reference to time, "trainers" instead of sneakers "dummy and nappy" instead of soother and diaper. I "go for a pint" instead of "going for drinks"
5) I now sing children's songs in a British accent, because it sounds funny when I don't.
6) Mixed drinks can cost upwards of twice the price as beer. My new drink of choice is beer.
Also, there are more relaxed liquor laws. You can carry your beer from pub to pub, no need to chug your drink before you move on! Also, wine with your picnic in the park? (cider pictured above) - Perfectly acceptable!
7) pickle does not mean dill pickles. In fact its nothing similar. Its a mixture of random vegetables, mushed together and pickled with vinegar.
8) All the cool people take transit. I'll get there faster if I take a train, because you'll be stuck in your car, in traffic.
9) Double decker busses are actually quite practical. Twice the floors means twice the space! I do occasionally feel like they're going to tip over when they round the corner though!
10) The English say the 'Hokey Cokey'. They're wrong. Its the Hokey Pokey, and that's what it's all about.