Look, I love England, too. I've been lucky enough to visit several times and have made lots of nice British friends. London is a beautiful city, and I'm looking forward to Christmas in the English countryside.
HOWEVER, not everything associated with England is perfect, and since you've lived there a fair few years now, perhaps it's time to take off your rose-coloured glasses and take an objective look at your adopted home.
- They put butter on almost any kind of sandwich
- Hot and cold water are in separate taps, even in new or remodeled kitchens/bathrooms
- Blackcurrant flavoured everything
- Steep, narrow staircases (must be hard to pull a pram up!)
- The word "pram"
- Half metric/half Imperial system of weight and measurement. Pick one and stick with it!
- Most pubs close at 11 pm
- No Taco Bell
- Sliding Doors
While I'm sure it's absolutely brilliant to be very rich and live anywhere in the world you choose, most of us poor Americans have to make do with what we have. However, until I'm destined to a life of falling down narrow stairs at 11:05 on a Friday night into a puddle of blackcurrant vomit, I think I'll be a little more appreciative of the little things here. In America.
Also: the Portugese don't speak Spanish. They speak Portugese.