An American man who lives in the UK has delighted fans by sharing reasons he prefers living in Wolverhampton to Miami – including Gregg’s Yum Yums and Ribena

An American man who lives in the UK has delighted fans by sharing reasons he prefers living in Wolverhampton to Miami – including Gregg’s Yum Yums and Ribena. 

Nick Alexander, who goes by Mr Miami on Florida but moved to the UK to study.

The influencer has racked up nearly 100,000 followers on the video sharing platform, and another 4000 on

In his latest video, which already had more than one million views, he lists his top five reasons life in the UK is better than the US. 

‘Number one, Yum Yums from Greggs,’ he begins. ‘They are like the best place on earth for early morning snacks. Make sure you have it with a cup of coffee, or hot chocolate or tea,’ he added.

‘American friends, when you get to the UK don’t be afraid to cross the street,’ he continued.

‘You won’t get shot in the back for jay-walking,’ he added, as he filmed himself crossing the road with two policemen in the background.

‘Even if you cross the street without looking, look, I’m doing it just fine.

I feel so safe and so secure.’

He goes on: ‘Number three is B&M. I guess it stands for the baby and the mama, because you can get toys for your kids, and then something nice for your baby mamma.’

In his latest video, which already had more than one million views, he lists his top five reasons life in the UK is better than the US.

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In his latest video, which already had more than one million views, he lists his top five reasons life in the UK is better than the US.

Next, he discusses how much he loves squash, showing a basket full of Ribena.

‘Let me just say Ribena, it comes in all shapes and sizes and all flavours.

I don’t know what the hell a blackcurrant is but it’s nice.

He goes on: ‘The NHS, free healthcare, how can you beat that? Listen my American friends, get over here and get yourselves British citzenship.

‘And for a bonus, I’ll throw in Indian food.

You can’t beat Indian food on a Friday night. If you have any queries pertaining to the place and how to use Quận Bình Thạnh, you can speak to us at our web site. ‘

In the clip, Nick reveals his love for Ribena despite not knowing what a blackcurrant is

Nick says that Indian food is 'essential' on a Friday night

In the clip, Nick reveals his love for Ribena despite not knowing what a blackcurrant is (left) as well as saying how much he loves Indian food (right)

Nick, who will soon be sharing longer videos on had Brits in hysterics over their videos, with one writing: ‘This makes me want to live in the UK, and I live in the UK’.

‘As a Brit I stand by this statement,’ wrote another.

‘This is basically an advert for England and I love it,’ penned a third.

‘Born in the US and live in the UK and I’m staying.

Def better over here, I miss some stuff from the States but the UK has a better vibe,’ added one expat.

Others took to the comments to suggest other things Nick should try, including Sensations crisps, Vimto, Fish and Chips, Irn Bru and Galaxy Chocolate. 

Nick previously delighted fans by taking a trip to the Nickelodeon Greene King Pub for a Sunday Lunch.