Is it my imagination, or does Andy Capp seem much less overtly "British" than it used to? Used to be that, even in the strip's dialogue, there were little turns of phrase that marked the setting as England. You don't see that in it, anymore.
I dunno. It seems to me like a lot of British things are a lot more "American" these days. Or maybe we're just getting more imports and I'm getting more acclimated.Although a full night of BBC America is quick to remind me that I don't always know what those guys are talking about.
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