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The Weirdest Things Non-American's Heard Americans Say

American's are known for a lot of things. We're known to have some of the most popular fast-food chains, the biggest movie stars, and the most colorful cereals. But that's just a bit about our culture. We are also known to have a lot of people who will occasionally say some less-than-smart things. But hey, not everyone can be an academic, some people are meant to entertain.

On this Fourth Of July, please allow yourself to be entertained by some of these interesting statements made by your fellow Americans.

The Weirdest Thing's Non-American's Heard American's Say| thumbnail text - stoopio-oh · 4d "Wow you speak American very well for a foreigner" Thanks lady, I'm Canadian and "American" is the only language I know
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Funny But Low-Key Legitimate Questions Americans Have For British People

British culture may be one of the most intriguing to Americans. In many ways we a very similar. We speak the same language, listen to similar music, even watch many of the same TV series. However, there are a few big traits that remind us that we are not the same. The accent is a big one, as well as our swear words and slang, and our food preferences. Marmite? No thanks, we're good.

Funny But Low-Key Legitimate Questions Americans Have For British People| thumbnail text - Nazuna's boyfriend ♡ ★ ... . .. @ΤΟΥΒΟΝΝΙE why do british people call their moms "mum" but they don't call their dads "dud"? 8:14 AM · Jul 11, 2020 · Twitter Web App 66 Retweets 6 Quote Tweets 461 Likes
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Non-Americans Expose The Dumbest Thing An American Actually Said To Them

Americans are known for a lot of things. Some stereotypes are cool, like how we are known to have the craziest college experiences, fairly good customer service, and unlimited drink refills. These generalizations don't tend to bother anyone. However, there are less flattering ones as well... Unfortunately, Americans don't have the reputation of being the sharpest tools in the shed. Which, of course, is not always true! But after seeing these comments from TikTok, it might help you understand where this stereotype came from.

Non-Americans Expose The Dumbest Thing An American Actually Said To Them| thumbnail text - 66 "I didn't know Alabama had its own language." After I said I speak Albanian.
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Non-Americans Do Not Understand American Halloween - 20 Tweets

Americans take many things very seriously, much to the rest of the world's confusion, including but not limited to portion sizes, the American flag, and Halloween. Everywhere else, Halloween lasts one day, people dress up and may or may not go trick-or-treating, and that's about it. But in America, Halloween lasts a month, everything is pumpkin-flavored, and no one understands why. These tweets articulate the rest of the world's confusion with America's go-big-or-go-home attitude when it comes to the spookiest day in the calendar.

funny tweets about non-americans not understanding American Halloween | thumbnail Text - Quarantined & Spooked @MartinCAlonso Soooo do Americans actually put candles in their pumpkins for Halloween???
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Tweets Of People Disrespecting How Americans Eat Vegemite

Vegemite, the Australian version of Marmite, is an acquired taste, which not everyone has. Australians are very protective of their precious spread and take offense at the way Americans eat it, as they make pretty clear in these tweets. If there's one thing Aussies are passionate about, it's clearly Vegemite. We don't know why, because it's gross...

tweets from people mocking the way americans eat vegemite - cover photo making fun of americans eating vegemite on a spoon | savanna calton @savannacalton hate Americans try vegemite first time. They always put on spoon straight up, and say "Ew 's so salty does anyone eat and like UM know else is salty: SALT but dont go eating on giant spoon IRRESPONSIBLE
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New Study Finds That Half Of Americans Wouldn’t Be Able To Tell That a Brit Is Calling Them An Idiot

Apparently most Americans don't know when Brits are being passive aggressive. The polling firm YouGov has found that many US citizens they polled wouldn't notice when British people use dismissive phrases like "with the greatest respect" and "I'll bear that in mind."

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Ever wonder what the rest of the world thinks of Americans? Apparently, it's not too hard to guess. This hilarious video from Conde Nast Traveler shows us what happens when 70 different nationalities impersonate Americans. And, surprise! Most of the impressions are basically the same. According to most citizens of the world, American men sound like surfers and American women have a Valley Girl accents. They love burgers, McDonald's, baseball and the mall. And of course, Americans think everything is great! Especially America, which is the greatest. Via: So Bad so good  


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Photographer Lets Us Peek Into Americans Private Life By Intimate Photos Of Their Bedrooms

Barbara Peacock is a successful photographer from Portland, Oregon. She has recently started a new project where she aims to photograph the hidden and transparent complexities of who Americans are through detailed and intimate portraits taken in the bedrooms across the USA.



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