^people who say mum must be thinking LOL they say mom!
They say Mum in England.
@Texas In July, and in New Zealand
@Texas In July, and in Scotland
I think "mum" sounds more innocent than "mom". Also "mom" is what us, Americans, say. Mother is the most polite and respectful.
Hmmm... I wonder if the mum secretly planned on texting her daughter this to make her WANT to move out... I guess we will never know.
Oh god, we also say mum in Australia, ugh I hate living here...
I'm not trying to offend here, but Americans will tell me, an Englishwoman, that I speak English the wrong way and all I can think is that the language is called English. If people are so desperate for there to be a right way and a wrong way to speak English, then British English wins. English came from England (well, technically a variety of languages) so if anybody speaks it correctly, it's the English.
@PeenWentz, So this comment is old but I'm procrastinating so i'll correct you. The english british people speak now was developed after the colonies declared indapendence and american english is closer to the original language.
Ha stupid unregistered comments....also stop with the firsts
Lol they say MUM instead of MOM.
wish i cld swear at my mom and order her around and tell her to give me 5"$
Wait... Why does it say mum, but have dollars as currency?
@That Is All, oh, apparently Australians say mum, and know they have dollars there. That makes sense. Just down vote that comment =S
I say mum! But i do have a slight irish accent... That explains alot
Ugh gross I'm british
FAKE! A real british person would use the £ symbol or say 50P
@Texas In July and Australia.