How Americans See Europe

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  • May 4, 2010, 2:15 am
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    these poor americans need educating.
    One other thing, it's FOOTBALL, NOT SOCCER

    to be fair, its an american's view
    - prophethorris March 14, 2013, 10:25 pm
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    only thing i see missing from germany is expensive cars

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    Same with Italy

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    Hmm.. too much clutter. I just picture a bunch of old buildings and old people with fucked up teeth.

    Somewhere in there is a country full of hot blondes.

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    Gotta admit, that Ukraine one is pretty spot on

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    Finland wasn't even worthy enough to get a mention

    and if you're talking about what Europeans like, might as well say football :P

    Don't be silly, Americans don't know where or what Finland is
    - poopiteepoop March 13, 2013, 3:13 pm
    - Fail4424 March 13, 2013, 3:30 pm
    - MIKYTEY March 16, 2013, 4:19 pm
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    something is wrong, I thought this map is wrong and when I was looking turns out I am wrong. For some reason I thought my whole life the UK are above germany. My head hurts so much now. There must be something wrong, wrong universe maybe? Strange.
    And where the hell is turkey? Dont see it. What are Shiza videos? And why shitty food? Excuse me? Sausages and schnitzel, all kind of potatoe stuff. BEER

    • Vans
    • March 13, 2013, 4:56 pm
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    What about San Marino, Andorra, and Liechtenstein?

    San Marino are known (by me) for their renowned footballing abilities....
    - Fail4424 March 13, 2013, 5:25 pm
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    i was thought france was just people waving white flags

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    *How everyone but Europe sees Europe.

    How everyone sees U.S.A --→Fat. Stupid.

    I don't care if you call me retarded, but calling a country that has a slightly higher population that is considered obese just isn't something to laugh at.

    1: The United States is the most obese country in the world with 34% of the adult population classified as obese, according to the latest OECD survey.
    2: Mexico is second with obesity affecting 30% of the adult population.
    3: New Zealand is third with obesity affecting 27% of the adult population.
    4: Australia is fourth with obesity affecting 25% of the adult population.
    5: The United Kingdom is fifth with obesity affecting almost 25% of the adult population.(Thats 1/4 incase you didnt know. Only 9% lower than the U.S.)

    ~313,900,000 (2012) People in the United States.
    ~62,641,000 (2012) People in the UK.

    Who knows how many people in the UK would be obese, if they were there.

    Shits gettin real old.
    *Edit-forgot source for obesity*

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