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Things About Americans They Don't Know Are Weird (2 pics)

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Every country has its own quirks and America is no different. There are quite a few things about America that are weird that Americans don't even notice.

1 Things About Americans They Don't Know Are Weird (2 pics)


2 Things About Americans They Don't Know Are Weird (2 pics)


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№1 Author: JALKMFE (13 May 2014 01:57) Total user comments: 0


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Big vehicles with powerful engines to drive at snail pace at the highway. 125kmh is not fast!
Sports car with automatic transmissions? if you don't know how to drive, why buying a Corvette?
All the patriotic feeling and almost all belongings come from China? try to buy something made in USA...
And fast food is not food at all, few families eat home made food.
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№2 Author: 1234 (13 May 2014 02:43) Total user comments: 1878


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:02: one thing i'm envies about US....is the portion sizes....i feel like i'm kinda getting ripped off for portion and prices here
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№3 Author: Bruce Burbank (13 May 2014 02:46) Total user comments: 296


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When my European friends visit me in California, they always mention how cold the grocery stores are. And I, having lived in Austria for some time, agree with them. It's like walking into a refrigerator.

Also, the M&Ms they sell in Austria are way better than the ones in the US.
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№4 Author: Zangief86 (13 May 2014 03:30) Total user comments: 143


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# 3 - Basic Math
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№5 Author: Gi-Joe (13 May 2014 14:34) Total user comments: 960


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#16, that's nice to read.
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№6 Author: Shadoglare (13 May 2014 16:16) Total user comments: 499


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#3 - exactly? Most of the time we don't, but if you're really worried about it, it's not that hard to estimate in your head

#4 - sort of like #3, you get the hang of estimating in your head

#6 - This was a decision made by our government made back in like the 1940s or 50s with developing a nationwide road travel system, and now if you don't have a car you're pretty much f*cked. Most cities don't even bother with stuff like sidewalks or bike lanes any more because it's so expected that everybody will always drive everywhere.

#11 - I can't even remember the last time I ate a pickle. Or saw somebody eating a pickle. I think this is mostly a restaurant thing.

#12 - Nobody gives a rat's ass about college football except people that live in states that don't have an NFL team. Like Oklahoma. Holy crap Oklahoma is annoying about college football.

#14 - The bread products are sweet because they're loaded with sugar. You have to pay extra to get bread products that aren't, a sad truth.

#19 - I never really understood the point of having school children recite the pledge of alliegance either. Most of them have no clue what they're saying. And sometimes confuse "indivisible" with "invisible."
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№7 Author: KaKarotto (13 May 2014 17:39) Total user comments: 0


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AMERICA IS NOT A COUNTRY AMERICA IS A CONTINENT!
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№8 Author: Phynix4 (13 May 2014 19:01) Total user comments: 5461


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..if you dont like our flags or our pledge, go back home.....much or your post was rather funny, however true...
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№9 Author: Lu (13 May 2014 22:11) Total user comments: 15082


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Would like 'murica' on my bucket list.
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№10 Author: adzhoe (14 May 2014 06:31) Total user comments: 14959


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Viva la difference...
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№11 Author: alexacrow (21 May 2014 23:44) Total user comments: 1134


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Kakarotto I've lost the battle of telling everyone that America is not a country but an entire continent.

So whatever, if they like calling the U.S. "America" it's fine by me :04: live and let live :04:
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