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Of course it did yah bum. I ripped off of your work, and spent about a minute doing all the other steps! Science!
You do not need the scientific method to read. There must have been a miscommunication with your English teacher. Mississippi is known to be the fifth-dumbest state in America, but don't worry. America is known to be the dumbest country in the world. You are not alone either.
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Lethargic_leopard_Seal wrote:

Of course it did yah bum. I ripped off of your work, and spent about a minute doing all the other steps! Science!
You do not need the scientific method to read. There must have been a miscommunication with your English teacher. Mississippi is known to be the fifth-dumbest state in America, but don't worry. America is known to be the dumbest country in the world. You are not alone either.


That's not much of a consolation.
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FlyinDumpling wrote:


Lethargic_leopard_Seal wrote:

Of course it did yah bum. I ripped off of your work, and spent about a minute doing all the other steps! Science!
You do not need the scientific method to read. There must have been a miscommunication with your English teacher. Mississippi is known to be the fifth-dumbest state in America, but don't worry. America is known to be the dumbest country in the world. You are not alone either.


Seal knocked them to 4 last week. Gosh. So inaccurate.
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I've always had a fascination with Europe, Germany in particular. Here's a question though, does everyone in Sweden go to IKEA to get their furniture?


It depends, there're a lot of people who go to IKEA but there're just as many who make their own furnitures.



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And is every girl in Sweden blonde and 7+/10


Nope, that's just a stereotype.



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Nothing of much cultural importance here in Australia. But growing up in a Cambodian family I can say eating a half fertilised chicken foetus is and still is a thing. The worst part is I can't remember it ever tasting bad.




I'm sure there's more to Australia then just that.




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America, for some reason people specifically think Americans are gay hating in general.


I've never seen someone or heard anyone saying that Americans are gay/hating in general, however something I hear a lot is that most Americans are fat. I don't know if that last one is true or not since I've never been there! If anyone live there/have been there feel free to tell me if it's true or not.
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We Americans like lots of ice in our drinks.
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kufirst wrote:

We Americans like lots of ice in our drinks.


Who doesn't like ice in their drinks?


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two words, superficial and materialistic
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I've never seen someone or heard anyone saying that Americans are gay/hating in general, however something I hear a lot is that most Americans are fat. I don't know if that last one is true or not since I've never been there! If anyone live there/have been there feel free to tell me if it's true or not.


Statistically, 60% or so of Americans supposedly are; however, the reality is different than it sounds. The stats only paint a picture of an overall picture of the country, and doesn't represent what you'll actually see in any given area. I lived in Mississippi for twelve years, which is supposed to be one of the fattest states in the country, yet, in the city where I lived (Florence), I only saw that maybe 20% of the population in the city would be considered particularly overweight or obese. Even then, most that I witnessed are older citizens. Up here, in the Johnstown, PA area, the particularly overweight/obese population appears less, and I guess around 20%. Johnstown is significantly more populated than Florence (about 5 times more), hence the same percentage.
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Brits and the Frenchies, I tell ya what.
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I think this song sums up America
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhnUgAaea4M
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All I'm gonna say about my country is that there's lots and lots of cocaine.
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All I'm gonna say about my country is that there's lots and lots of cocaine.


And what country may that be?





If only that was true!




pandrasb wrote:

two words, superficial and materialistic


You know, that doesn't really say anything about the country.




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Thanks for the info! :D
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Hooray for nationalism!

Oh, and McDonalds
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We're all from the same culture. The anime culture
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Hooray for nationalism!

Oh, and McDonalds
That's not right, why isn't he fat?
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