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- n. Plural form of US-ian.
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I always wash the taps (faucets, for US-ians out there) in the process of washing my hands, on the anal/OCD logic that having just handled aforesaid taps in the turning-on, any germs on my hands will have cunningly leapt from my hands to those taps and will, with Machiavellian malevolance, then simply leap back onto my hands in the turning-off, thus rendering said hand-washing entirely futile.
*Insert on-cue laughter by northern Europeans and US-ians* Our houses aren't built for these sorts of temperatures.
Europeans and US-ians turn up heating a lot, no, A LOT, higher and tend to keep their houses stuffy and hermetically shut.
I have to keep you guys going over the for US-ians holiday weekend, since there's no way I'm blogging tomorrow, my FIFTEENTH WEDDING ANNIVERSARY!