Big, bold, garish, gaudy billboards along every highway, byway, and little roadway.
(Okay, so I have seen a sign for Taco Time while driving in California or Idaho or Utah, and used it to guide me there. But I love the scenery along the roads here in England and not having to view the gorgeous green between big huge advertisements of food, wine, and furniture stores!)
Seen in England, but not in America:
Names of homes, cottages, apartments, etc by most front doors:
Woodside Manor, Toad Cottage, Yew Tree Cottage, Lakeside Manor
Seen in America, but not in England:
Big, bold pickup trucks and SUVs. It's a good thing they aren't here because they would cause a roadblock on these little teeny roads. The English all drive little cars, and sometimes even littler cars.
Seen in England, but not in America (YET):
Funky flavors of crisps (potato chips). The Walkers Company is having a contest to see which flavor is voted on by the public, but first, here are some of their potato chip flavors that are not part of the contest:
So, while eating your hamburger, you can enjoy chips that taste just like your breakfast! Or you can have chips that have squirrel flavor!
People tell me that the chips taste just like the flavor marked on the package; I'll take their word for it!