The Internet should be more British.
- Canada: Flavour
- Australia: Flavour
- UK: Flavour
- US: Flavor-
- UK: YOU'RE TEARING THIS FAMILY APART.
- UK: WHY ARE YOU BEING SUCH A REBEL YOUNG MAN I WILL NOT STAND-
- UK: WHAT ARE YOU DOING PUT THAT TEA DOWN
“ In 1834, according to Jack Lynch, a writer under the pseudonym “P” became the first person to proscribe split infinitives clearly. The “rule” was widely picked up, and has been inflicted on generations of English-learners ever since, despite, to reprise our rule, the fact that it is “pointless ”
The Economist’s animated Style Guide (by EconomistMagazine)