Either I under-use the word 'excited', others over-use it, or the people I interact with are genuinely excited about everything.

Or maybe it's just that Americans use 'excited' for when British people use 'interested'? 🤔

To be honest, even the British people I work with use 'interested' way more than I would.

Perhaps I'm just unexcitable and uninteresting 😅



As a Brit, if I say "that's interesting", it normally means "please stop talking about it and then leave my vicinity if you would be so kind".

Sign in to participate in the conversation

Hello! mas.to is a general-topic instance. We're enthusiastic about Mastodon and aim to run a fast, up-to-date and fun Mastodon instance.