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What do other countries think about americans in general.
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Fatasses.
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Being an American, I can confirm that we are the nicest, smartest, and the most stylish people to ever existed (We also use the best oxford commas).
Look at Jesus, the first American who created all the other Americans in his image. Take about 300 million Jesuses (Jesusi?) and that's basically America.
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ZestyTaco wrote:

Being an American, I can confirm that we are the nicest, smartest, and the most stylish people to ever existed (We also use the best oxford commas).
Look at Jesus, the first American who created all the other Americans in his image. Take about 300 million Jesuses (Jesusi?) and that's basically America.


You're telling me that everyone in America are male brunettes with long curly hair wearing robes. shut up
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FlyinDumpling wrote:


ZestyTaco wrote:

Being an American, I can confirm that we are the nicest, smartest, and the most stylish people to ever existed (We also use the best oxford commas).
Look at Jesus, the first American who created all the other Americans in his image. Take about 300 million Jesuses (Jesusi?) and that's basically America.


You're telling me that everyone in America are male brunettes with long curly hair wearing robes. shut up


LOL.

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I have a few things to say.

Number one: Other countries think all Black Americans have nasty attitudes, and all with big butts and breast. That is alot of people from each country. I hear that they even waste time thinking about the texture of our hair. Yes most black people hair is thick nappy or curly that is why we can rock a afro.

Number Two: In my opinion they Americanize themselves cause they they obviously wanna be American.

Number Three: I feel like yes other countries do hate us but why should it matter? Who cares. I love my country. Hate on haters.
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I'm Australian, and I can tell you the majority of us think America is the best place in the world.

However, we also believe that it's extremely dangerous and full of lunatics.
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A necessary evil.

One most countries seem to dislike but seem to want to move to it over staying in their own.
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I understand their system and how their government and its partners in crime have more or less manipulated the entire country to be divided, as a Canadian its similar but different here , all the private interest gives lee way to the Industrial military complex and The Banksters, The Corporations and many other interconnected entities working with The entire North American Region to divide it amongst it selves whilst creating more of a divide...try telling this to people in America this is why alot of them are viewed as ignorant when many still refuse to see what the world is telling them..
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dingofoxman wrote:

I understand their system and how their government and its partners in crime have more or less manipulated the entire country to be divided, as a Canadian its similar but different here , all the private interest gives lee way to the Industrial military complex and The Banksters, The Corporations and many other interconnected entities working with The entire North American Region to divide it amongst it selves whilst creating more of a divide...try telling this to people in America this is why alot of them are viewed as ignorant when many still refuse to see what the world is telling them..


Well, we have some awakened ones here, and I'm one of them.

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I have a few things to say.

Number one: Other countries think all Black Americans have nasty attitudes, and all with big butts and breast. That is alot of people from each country. I hear that they even waste time thinking about the texture of our hair. Yes most black people hair is thick nappy or curly that is why we can rock a afro.

Number Two: In my opinion they Americanize themselves cause they they obviously wanna be American.

Number Three: I feel like yes other countries do hate us but why should it matter? Who cares. I love my country. Hate on haters.


Number one: no.. not really. at least not here

Number two: hell no. My biggest problem with my own country is that we often try to define ourselves on negative terms (not American, Not British.) rather than our own merits. and the biggest negative we use NOT out big loud neighbour to the south.

Number three: There are Haters out there. but there are also people who would be/Could be friends if it weren't for legitimate grievances. Of course you can blow them off too. Who needs friends? Right?

(edited for grammar and coherency)



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mel1844 wrote:

I'm Australian, and I can tell you the majority of us think America is the best place in the world.

However, we also believe that it's extremely dangerous and full of lunatics.


ummmm yes to the full of lunatics (the violent ones are more on the east coast I've noticed...a lot of crazies though) But it's probably no more dangerous here than anywhere else. The world is a dangerous place.
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At least the rest of the world can now be on easy, as the petition to build an own death star failed the needed number of signatures.
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Except for all the stereotypes mentioned above, a common stereotype in Holland is that Americans pay everything by credit card and rarely save money. I personally think that guns should be illegal for people that don't actually need it.
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Except for all the stereotypes mentioned above, a common stereotype in Holland is that Americans pay everything by credit card and rarely save money. I personally think that guns should be illegal for people that don't actually need it.


And I personally think that the state should control your ability to say what you like. (/sarcasm)

The "problem" in the United States is that keeping and bearing arms is not a whim. It's a right. We may not like it, but trying to remove it opens the door to removing the protection from having the police just walk in and take what they like. OR The right to hang out with whomever you like, say what's on your mind, or read a newspaper.

All of the above are RIGHTS in the American Constitution and if One is inviolable then they all are. If one is NOT sacrosanct then NONE are.

Americans will tell you that the without something like the Second Amendment (the one about keeping and bearing arms) that your country is not truly free and all your 'freedoms' are under the control of the whim of the state. Weather or not that is true is up for debate. but what is unquestionable, is that in the United States, keeping and bearing arms is a right.


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maybeignoringyou wrote:

Except for all the stereotypes mentioned above, a common stereotype in Holland is that Americans pay everything by credit card and rarely save money. I personally think that guns should be illegal for people that don't actually need it.


And I personally think that the state should control your ability to say what you like. (/sarcasm)

The "problem" in the United States is that keeping and bearing arms is not a whim. It's a right. We may not like it, but trying to remove it opens the door to removing the protection from having the police just walk in and take what they like. OR The right to hang out with whomever you like, say what's on your mind, or read a newspaper.

All of the above are RIGHTS in the American Constitution and if One is inviolable then they all are. If one is NOT sacrosanct then NONE are.

Americans will tell you that the without something like the Second Amendment (the one about keeping and bearing arms) that your country is not truly free and all your 'freedoms' are under the control of the whim of the state. Weather or not that is true is up for debate. but what is unquestionable, is that in the United States, keeping and bearing arms is a right.




That kinda makes sense to me, but if you can't at least limit gun control, how else could you stop things like the school shooting last month?
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