What do Brits call a life preserver?

Answer When referring to life rings or life jackets, American and British speakers use "life preserver" identically (although Brits also employ more colorful terms such as "doughnut" and "Kisby ring" for ... Read More »

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What do Brits call a raincoat?

In Britain, a raincoat is often referred to as a "Macintosh," or the shorter term "Mac." It is named after the inventor, Charles Macintosh. Other spellings are "Mackintosh" and "Mack."References:Gl... Read More »

Who invented the life preserver?

Pete Markus invented the life preserver and patented it in 1928, according to the New York Times. He also patented two improvements in 1930 and 1931. His life preserver helped saved the lives of 98... Read More »

How to Make an Ice Preserver?

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Brits, what is the difference between Monmouth Pudding and Queen of Puddings?

They are the same. Monmouth pudding is however Welsh and Queen of Puddings is English.