Some folk think it can be used as an insult but most of us couldn't care less.
We spell our words correctly as Americans spell theirs correctly.. It's just a matter of whether or not you use 'American English' or 'British English'.
Not someone with crooked yellow teeth, big ears and a face that deserves to be punched. These are called rednecks.
Inventors of ~most modern day appliances.
The Brit SAS is the best fighting force on the planet. Evidence can be found in the Falklands and just about everywhere else.
2.The British version of the Grammies, however they are very different. Artists actually care about Brits and they are given to GOOD artists. The award is in the shape of a Golden Face. The most sought after award in British music.
2.I won a Brit! Now theres nothing left to live for! *stabs*
2. Some times used either as a friendly term or insulting term to describe a person of British descent, depending on how the particular person precieves it.
American #2: Oh, yeah. He's a Brit, isn't he?
American: Yup. That is what makes him more awesome; he's a Brit!
American #2: Isn't the term "Brit" offensive?
American: Not that I know of; a Brit is someone described as an individual of British ancestory, no more, no less.