The U.S./U.K. Special Relationship

This submission is a response to an existing submission: 
Entry: 

The toy car is an American model, made in the U.K. British culture has imported from American culture in a number of instances, but not all.

Things we HAVE imported from the U.S.

Starbucks
Hollywood
Fast food
Fried chicken
Cadillacs
Ford toy cars
“like”
A lot of bad tv drama
A lot great tv drama
Personality politics
Drive-thru
The gold rush
Mormonism
Skyscrapers
Google (the verb)
TV confessional talk shows
“show me the money!”
2x wars (21st century only)

Things we HAVE NOT imported from the U.S.

3-holed ring binders
Republicanism
The American Dream
A Can-do attitude
SUVs (much)
The right to own a gun
A written constitution
Land borders
Thanksgiving
Prohibition
Separation of church and state
24hr pharmacies
A non-white head of state
A legal requirement of ZERO for employers to provide any paid annual leave.
216 x 279mm standard “letter” paper size

References:

No vacation nation USA: a comparison of leave and holiday in OECD countries. By Rebecca Ray and John Schmitt, European Economic and Employment Policy Brief, 2007.