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30 Confused Tweets About How Movies Portray Americans

Stereotypes exist everywhere, but American movies and television seem to leave Twitter users with the most questions. Do Americans really drink milk straight from the carton in the morning? Do they all have 1,000 pillows on their bed? The answers to most of these questions are both yes and no. But these tweets are pretty freaking funny from where we're sitting in the lovely U S of A. 

Funny tweets, twitter users as whether americans do all the things they do in movies and television | vera @sleepfordays do americans actually have an obscene amount throw pillows on their beds or is just another lie told us by movies/tv shows
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Reddit Thread About Global Stereotypes Is A Goldmine Of Frustration & Hilarity

Whether you're Canadian and accused of being too polite, or a Brit and people assume you have bad teeth, stereotypes are pretty damn unavoidable. They can range from humorous (shrimp on the barbie) to offensive (American obesity) and are especially rampant on the internet. One curious Redditor decided to take a deep dive into the most frustrating assumptions that global citizens battle, and the results range from serious to pretty damn hilarious.  

funny reddit thread about global stereotypes
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