Top Ten Most Stereotyped Places In the World
I have a Middle Eastern friend who lives here in the United States and she was treated horribly by some people. She was born five days after the 9/11 attack and the doctors at her hospital weren't treating her properly. They called her a terrorist baby and were saying that it was better if she just died. Her mother was so worried and left the hospital about two days after she born which was really bad.
Many people stereotype this region as being full of terrorists and denying basic rights to women in the Muslim countries and greedy Jews in Israel.
I hate this, Donald Trump supporters: are you actually brainless? Its not because someone is Muslim that he's a terrorist, if 911 happened in Pakistan instead of in the US, no one woud care, its retarded
Their cultures (including the few non Arab cultures) have been slaughtered by the media.
Just watch the movies! Russian guy with thick accent, wearing ushanka, carrying AK47, wearing some sort of communist symbol, driving a military tank, while drinking vodka, listening to the Soviet anthem, wearing military anthem, with the red square in the back, and has pictures of Stalin in the tank. Seriously, that was how it was in a James Bond movie. No joke!
There are so many generalities, such as they're always drunk, they hate America, etc.
Idiots complain about Russia when 99% of them aren't how they describe them.
Good people, bad government.
I want to make one thing clear: Not all British people drink tea. This also applies to the UK (which includes Northern Ireland). I have never like tea at all, nor has anyone in my family had a soft spot for it. We all don't have Mini Coopers, some of us aren't evil and well... We don't have monocles or bowler hats constantly on with a gentleman's facial hair package.
Also, a Full English Breakfast is lovely... But let's be honest, it has bacon for breakfast... Can you blame me?
To be fair, I drink a lot of tea and love a Full English Breakfast and Eton Mess, and I do have a deep accent. But a lot of people don't. I also don't complain about the weather and other minor irritations 24/7, nor do I have terrible teeth or snob about people of a different background.
Is Britain on the list because it rains?
Most people do drink tea in Britain. Look at my family for example.
To be honest, so many are true! But the whole posh thing really isn't...
It's not just the south, but all of the U.S. (Much of it is in the south, though). Dumb, ignorant, fat, lazy, self-centered, racist, violent, arrogant, aggressive. People hate on the U.S., saying it's a horrible country...meanwhile there are places like North Korea..
"Well, most Americans are quite stupid, arrogant..."
You have a lot in common with "most Americans."
Now let's see how "hypersensitive" you are.
Common southern stereotype: All rednecks who drink beer, are racists, watch NASCAR, and shoot guns.
I was born in Texas. It doesn't really matter because I lived there only two days.
Often portrayed as poor third world people.
Need I say more?
Listed as snobs, but they're only slightly high-class. They're not completely rude.
People say this country's people are dirty, only eat Mexican food, and have 100 cousins.
Portrayed as sombrero wearing illegal aliens who steal jobs and eat tacos.
Sombreros, tacos, burritos. Which they have, but the ones you eat are Americanized, Tex-Mex items.
The north side is what causes all the negative stereotypes.
Canadian stereotypes aren't really too bad. Most people love Canada.
I think Canada is literally the only country nobody hates.
Someone thought I was Canadian because I was so polite!
What's with all the hate on Canada? It's a nice place!
People from here are being stereotyped as being terrible at driving, very smart, eat dog, and having high expectations for their kids.
Portrayed as rats who start plagues and viruses and make bootleg products. Oh yeah, and they eat dogs for dinner.
I don't know why so many people hate China even if all they know are stereotypes like people eating dogs or being uneducated. what man
Top 5 most ridiculous American (USA) stereotypes
1. All Americans are idiots and know nothing about the world.
2. All Americans are fat
3. All Americans are warmongers
4. All Americans think one American life = 1,000,000 foreign lives (okay that is kinda true)
5. All Americans are violent, gun owning rednecks
G'day mates! I'm an Aussie that loves to ride on kangaroos, eat meaty pies with tomato sauce and I favourite thing to do is hunting! (Sarcasm).
G'day mate. I'ma just grab my corkscrew hat an' ride me kangaroo down to my mate's house and pop a shrimp on the barbie.
Portrayed as kangaroo riding crocodile hunters.
( note: I'm not a Australian/Aussie myself, I just get kinda angry because of there stereotypes because I'm a Australia lover.) Everyone I hear do a Australian impression say "mate" after everything... It's like saying you friends name after every sentence
India is portrayed to only be good at Maths or IT but we also have a lot of talent in music, art, architecture, and more.
Portrayed as shopkeepers and taxi drivers who act, look and sound just like Apu.
Indians love their spicy curry. Yummy!
Not all of them are obsessed with anime, watch hentai, or that the only place there is Tokyo.
Not all Japanese people are obsessed with X!
Dunno were all the feckin' stereotypes come from. Paddy told me they were bloody stupid rumours made by eejits. It's a wee problem, so I'll solve it with mash, cabbage and Mrs. Brown.
Portrayed as drunks.
Ok people, Hitler's Germany was almost a completely different country. Not to mention that was like 80 years ago! I'm part German and when I tell people, they always say "your a nazi!" as a joke. That's not something to joke about. And I'm sure that very few Germans are proud of their past.
Commonly stereotyped as people who always wear lederhosen, are Nazis, drink beer all the time, and are fat.
Poor Germany it is just because on the war.
I'm a German Australian and hate the stereotypes for both countries (and stereotypes in general)
Nor all Egyptians ride on camels!
We don't all have red hair, I hate haggis but I do play the bagpipes. I hate wearing kilts though. Love highland cows though and I do have a Scottish accent.
Not all Scottish people have Scottish accents!
Minnesota is one of the only state with one of the largest population with foreign immigrants. Yet people will take the time to say it's racist against African Americans. People need to understand that "Minnesota nice" is accurate for any skin color. No matter what skin color or race, everyone from Minnesota accepts others and is genuinely nice to other native/locals in Minnesota. If it was a racist state, you would hear about the crime that is currently happening on a daily basis on the news in this state, but guess what ITS NOT. The police and neighbors is paranoid and over cautious to too everyone. It wouldn't change even if their was a race with Blue Skin color. Minnesota turns down at 9pm the latest on The week days and definitely not past 10 pm on the weekends. It's an overall family safe state, if you are really going to consider Minnesota a racist state, than you need to travel the world. Because Minnesota is the most welcoming state in the Midwest. Minnesota excepts anyone ...more
Italy covers an area of 301,338 km2. With almost 62 million inhabitants, it is the 3rd most populous EU member state. Located in the heart of the Mediterranean Sea, Italy shares open land borders with France, Switzerland, Austria, Slovenia, San Marino and Vatican City. The Capital and largest city is Rome. Other major cities are Milano, Naples, Turino, Venice, Florence. Italy's official language is Italian.
The contribution of Italy to Western civilization is immense. Italy is the cradle of Etruscan civilization, the Roman Empire, the Holy See, the Maritime Republics, the Humanism and Renaissance. Along with Germany and France, it was part of the Holy Roman Empire (25 December 800 - 6 August 1806).
Existing as a unitary State since the Risorgimento (renaissance or resurrection) in 17 March 1861, Italy is a republic since the abolition of the Italian monarchy by referendu, in 1946. ...read more.
Mama Mia! Those stereotypes about us being ridiculous is not very true In stereotypical Italian accent
I love a spicy meatball!
Not all British people are obsessed with the Queen of England!
British people love their English breakfast tea.
Toilet cleaning really