If you’re British, you might be offended if someone says , “Please hand me my fanny pack.” That particular “f word” means something less tasteful on that side of the “pond.”
I’ve read books by American authors that include a British character Few make the dialogue sound real. There’s a different cadence, and the idioms are nowhere near th same.
If someone calls you a tosser, they’re saying you’re an idiot.
A dodgy person is suspicious.
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Writing Tips: Writing British Characters? Use These Britishisms