“You’ve been published by The Atlantic? That’s cool. My name is frequently used as a tag on Tumblr. We have all the makings of a modern power couple.”
“Do you come here often? I do. I’m the Foursquare mayor, actually, which means I come here more than anyone else. That reminds me, I need to check-in. Can I have your Twitter handle? You’re so attractive, I want to Shout it from multiple applications. Simultaneously.”"
Americans spell out their humor much more than the British do. This explains why we Americans always describe British humor as “dry,” “quick,” or “witty.” Americans spell out the punchline, while British don’t. Though plenty of Americans like their snark and sarcasm, we’re still accustomed to more padding in the delivery.