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Americans: What are your stereotypes about Europeans?


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Dear Blades,

 

It has come to my attention that a majority of these honourable forums consist of citizens of the states. So, in my intoxicated state of mind this young Scandinavian wanted to ask; what are your stereotypes about us? 

 

 

 

 

 

To warm you all up I thought about how me and my friends see a typical American, and please don't be offended as this is only for kicks and pre-justice. 

 

I talked to a number of both female and male friends, and we concluded with these stereotypes:

- Americans are overweight (fat as fuck)
 

- Americans are generally very nice and outgoing, and interesting conversational partners as our worlds seem very different
 

- American politics are completely insane for us. The U.S left-wing would be considered a crazy racist nazi in my country. I mean, George W. Bush?!?!?! 

 

- Everything is big, cool and very cheap in the US 

 

- Americans are easy to entertain.

 

So, what is the first thing that springs to mind when you imagine a typical european? 

 

- Neil 


Edited by NealCaffrey, 29 January 2015 - 02:05 AM.


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Sexy french girls

 

I've had one of those. She didn't shave. It was hot. I can still hear her screams of joy yelling "SACRE BLEU AH MERDE!!!!" in my head. It was a good night in Paris. 






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