Actually a damn good cook.
But why would you give people who you don't like your best cooking, exactly? He doesn't care if he's built up this reputation that he has ' horrible ' cooking, because he knows it isn't true. And anyway, he's come up with some damn good food of his own - He just doesn't want everyone swooping in and claiming it's theirs before he can get it out a bit and make sure people know it's English food. Fish and chips and scones aren't the only thing in England, you know. Even Arthur has gotten sick of people instantly assuming that's the only thing he makes.
He doesn't get naked and shit when drunk.
It's not something he would ever do, either. He's more of one of those drunks that's loud, clingy, and emotional. That's really the only time he'll speak his mind about other people, too, so if you get him drunk or see him drunk - Get a pen and paper fast. Drama worthy shit is about to go down. Though, he does keep repeating things a lot sometimes, like how much he ' haaaates fr'anchis '. He drags out words and pronounces things incorrectly on purpose, by the way - He doesn't really slur that much, it's just that his accent hypes up.
What the fuck did you just fucking say about me you little bitch.
He instantly gets defensive if he's made fun of. Everyone thinks he has anger issues because of it. It's only an instinct - Something he got from too many failed friendships and being left alone for too long. He doesn't like it, but he can't really change that about himself - It's something he is trying to change, despite what everyone else thinks he's doing about it.
He was in a band - Yes, it was full of punk and rock.
I mean, punk did basically originate in England. Coloured hair, tattoos, ripped skinny jeans, and bandanas around the neck. All of that. He's actually written some of his own songs, but never performed them. He still has a small guitar pick tattoo on the back of his neck, actually. Though only one or two people know of it - One being Alfred, the other Francis. And Matthew also knows, but of course, Arthur doesn't know.
You know those seemingly ' Australian ' words?
Yeah, he uses them. I mean, he came up with them, why wouldn't he? Everything has to have a start, and words such as ' Crikey ' and ' Mate ' are used a lot in Britain too. They didn't originate in Australia. He also uses plenty of other more ' English ' exclamations, but he uses mate more than anything. Basically, when he's talking to friends or other males. The more you know.