I have noticed as of late, that members who are not in anyway related by nationality to England nor Wales, have subtly been throwing in some clicheish loik wurds.
Not only that, their grammatical structure, in the perfection of creating humor has this tendency also.
you know this to be true.
With a domination of Americans on the board, it is indeed surprising that England and Welsh slang should be most influencial.
It merelly emphasizes that the international members (ambassadors if you wish) from all over the world are characters with open minds and are interested in other peoples culture and know how to adapt to their surroundings.
(or are simply dweebs with no self thought).
There is no need to panic,
nor reajust your seating,
we are after all, in this forum, writing in the english language (your advantage), which obviously is the forte of those who's mother's lullabied them to sleep daily.
The other winners (those with english handicap) could have been;
GambianEnglish (& other colonies)