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@ Tiggy's image. My god. I think that would kill one of my southern friends.
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Deep-fried Twinkies anyone?

God bless America. :P

For the record the idea of that sounds disgusting to me. I have never tried one and never plan to.

I honestly don't like many foods deep fried but a deep fried twinky sounds better than a non deep fried twinky.

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Germany here, but to clear up the two stereotypes I face most:

No, we're not all wearing leather pants, fancy green hats and drink beer all day while eating Wurst and Sauerkraut. That's the Oktoberfest you think of, and it happens only in Bavaria, which is pretty secluded from Germany, actually. Their accent is almost an own language in some parts >3>

NEITHER are we all stuck in the 1940's, constantly hard-working, humourless grey people.
We do have some of both of the above, but I guess you'll find such people everywhere. o3o

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So you're all Nazis then? *smacked*

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Actually, it would be interesting to see if there are more or fewer neo nazis in Germany than anywhere else and see if their more vocal, no offence Medli just curious, although I hear privacy in Germany is very strict, meaning anything that might infringe people's privacy is mostly condemned by the government and just about everyone else.

Also, do you have those pieces of fruit that are made of sugar? That, castles on the river Rhine and the phrase "Faß das nicht an!" are just about all I remember from my primary school German class (I wish I could still speak German so I could travel there :().

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So you're all Nazis then? *smacked*

No.

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You can deep fry anything you want really. People do it all the time, heck on Youtube a channel called Cult Moo has a show called Deep Fried What? where they deep fry any food the fans ask them too.

there's a restaurant somewhere in the U.S. where you can bring in anything and they'll fry it for you.

it's called the chip shop http://chipshopnyc.com/ , crazy stuff happens on the east cost...
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Actually, it would be interesting to see if there are more or fewer neo nazis in Germany than anywhere else and see if their more vocal, no offence Medli just curious, although I hear privacy in Germany is very strict, meaning anything that might infringe people's privacy is mostly condemned by the government and just about everyone else.

Also, do you have those pieces of fruit that are made of sugar? That, castles on the river Rhine and the phrase "Faß das nicht an!" are just about all I remember from my primary school German class (I wish I could still speak German so I could travel there :().
I'd imagine fewer, honestly. I feel that in Germany people are more likely to understand what the Nazis really were, and would then avoid any ties to them. It's a lot harder to romanticize them if you live there.

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over 9000 times YES!!!
I love in and out burger! <3

That just made we want to avoid In-and-Out Burger for the rest of my life. o .o

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?o Ao

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over 9000 times YES!!!
I love in and out burger! <3

That just made we want to avoid In-and-Out Burger for the rest of my life. o .o

That's not the normal stuff. That's the Secret menu stuff.
The normal burgers look like this.
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That just made we want to avoid In-and-Out Burger for the rest of my life. o .o
That's not the normal stuff. That's the Secret menu stuff.
The normal burgers look like this.
Ah.....
My favorite burger place ever...
Animal Style. XD Love it.

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Ill stick to homemade moose burgers.

..only had that once though, was awesome. |D

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Wait there are moose in Sweden??? I suppose it'd make sense, I mean it's pretty cold right? Also what's the economic climate in Sweden at the moment? Everywhere in mainland Europe seems to be going under. You don't hear much complaining from Sweden though...

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Why wouldn't there be moose here? And uh, I don't really keep track of that.

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Yeah I know, it's just you say moose and people think Canada, same as you say great chocolate or watches and people think Sweden. That's stereotypes for ya! And I suppose you're not in too much trouble if your media is anything like ours, the news is always saying how markets are crashing left, right and centre and the GFC isn't over yet and we as a nation are on the verge of falling back into it and blah blah blah...

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Don't you mean Swiss chocolate/watches?

That's Switzerland, not sweden. :P

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Darn I knew something was off about that! I was thinking "wait, I feel like I've made this mistake before..."

Oh well, Ikea and meatballs then.

Actually, on that point, are there many Ikea stores in Sweden? Do you know if there are more or less than other countries?

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There are more or less only ikea stores in the bigger cities around here.

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Read: "The bigger cities more or less consist of Ikea stores."
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Don't you mean Swiss chocolate/watches?

That's Switzerland, not sweden. :P
And to think he almost complimented your country. :P

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Is it hard to learn English as a second language? Because It's hard for me to learn anything else because I'm so used to the brokenness of English.

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Not really imo, everything around me was in english ever since I was really young. xP (not everything but a lot, I started playing games online at a very early age.)

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Depends on how similar (both grammatically and phonetically) your language is to English.

And how good your teachers are.

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A moose once bit my sister...

You bring up a real stereotype. Americans tend to be really bad about learning other languages. Seems like everyone else speaks English, and we generally don't take the effort to learn other languages, aside from school requirements.

Plus, it seems everyone who learns English as a second language is really quite good at it, as much as they apologize for their bad English.


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I got a question to those who live in US :)

Is it true that Native Americans, who are also called Indians in other countries, have less right than other US citizens and are being discriminated? or it's just a stereotype?

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I'm pretty sure most (if not all) Native Americans are now considered US citizens (someone correct me if I'm wrong). There used to be serious discrimination against them. The US gov't "relocated" thousands of Native Americans to reservations, and they were not nice about it. That's putting it mildly
During WWII the US gov't hired the Navajo to send messages in the Navajo language, which worked much better than any code we had. I think that's probably around the time public opinion started to shift.
There are now quite a few Native American tribes who kind of have their own land and semi-govern themselves, and even a few years ago there was a big hullabaloo with the US government encroaching on those lands. So I'm not sure where exactly they stand if they live in their tribal lands.

As for discrimination in general, it's probably a similar situation as with African Americans. Especially amongst the younger generations there's much less discrimination based on race, but it hasn't been completely stamped out. Though I guess it's something of a natural human reaction to be wary of people who are different, so it may never completely go away.

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I asked because I once watched a movie called "Flags of Our Fathers". There was shown a story of Native American soldier who, despite serving US army during WWII and being pictured during famous moment, was discriminated. I was wondering did anything changed ever since.
And I also wondered how those reservations look like, because I never learned about anything like that in school.

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Actually, it would be interesting to see if there are more or fewer neo nazis in Germany than anywhere else and see if they're more vocal, no offense Medli just curious, although I hear privacy in Germany is very strict, meaning anything that might infringe people's privacy is mostly condemned by the government and just about everyone else.

Also, do you have those pieces of fruit that are made of sugar? That, castles on the river Rhine and the phrase "Faß das nicht an!" are just about all I remember from my primary school German class (I wish I could still speak German so I could travel there :().


Well there ARE so-called Neo Nazis, but they're merely troublemakers. Like Hooligans, only racist/nationalist. And there's a political party, too, but no one I know even remotely likes them. They go on demonstrations sometimes.
Privacy here IS strict, but the government would love to change that. Maybe they do, who knows. The issue is that our politicians are all really old people who remember the country divided, and thus seem to have no idea what an internet is, or why anyone would want privacy. I think if it wasn't for everyone instantly outraging whenever they make another proposal to break privacy, I guess this would be kind of a police state by now :I
One thing I know for sure that even though it's mostly silent, a majority of people is unhappy with how things are at the moment.

I have no idea what you mean by pieces of fruit made of sugar, honestly. o3o
But we do have castles all over the place, and "Fass das nicht an!" is a phrase I last heard in primary school xD

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I asked because I once watched a movie called "Flags of Our Fathers". There was shown a story of Native American soldier who, despite serving US army during WWII and being pictured during famous moment, was discriminated. I was wondering did anything changed ever since.
And I also wondered how those reservations look like, because I never learned about anything like that in school.


You are referring to Ira Hayes, a Pima Indian. His story is all too common.

To be truthful, they get treated very badly. Most live in abject poverty and face racial discrimination (de facto not de jure). It got so bad that in 1973 there was an incident called "The Wounded Knee Incident".

Most reservations are tragic to look at. I have been to the Cherokee reservation here in North Carolina. Even though casinos have moved into the area, the tribe sees very little of the actual money they generate.

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I got a question to those who live in US :)

Is it true that Native Americans, who are also called Indians in other countries, have less right than other US citizens and are being discriminated? or it's just a stereotype?

Not really,
They can choose to live on the reservations and get a small government paycheck every month. Or they could be a normal U.S. Citizen. They choose.

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that stereotype was true back while the U.S. was growing and we took their land and sent them onto reservations, but now it isn't. Just remnants of when it was.

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The reservations Blue Heart was describing are probably what you're thinking of. Those are around and from what I understand, yes they're none too pleasant.

I don't think as a whole Native Americans are discriminated against too much though, but that might just be because I live in Maryland and we don't have a lot.

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same for Virginia.

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So I understand that if Native American leaves his reservation, he formally becomes a US citizen and gains benefits from this, and has a hard time if he decides to stay?
It's sad to hear that those reservations are not in good condition. In my opinion they should be treated with care since Native Americans have a rich culture and those reservations are only places that still shows it.

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I'm Colombian so... <.< >.> *runs away*

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PURRTY MUCH.

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Okay, thanks all who replied to my question :) Now I know something more about Native Americans and their reservations.

Now another question to those who live in Sweden, since Esquire posted a photo of meatballs :P

Is it true that Swedish buy most of stuff in Ikea?

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Not true at all. :P

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Probably about as true as how we eat all our food at McDonald's.

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I am kind of nervous about posting here (I don't want to cause offense) but I will give it a go.

- Are Canadians really as nice as people say? According to some, Canadians are positively the most delightful people in the world. Charming, helpful, diplomatic, and really nice.

- Is it true that the Germans dislike the subject of the World War(s)? I have been told that to strike up a conversation about the World War with a German would be the worse thing anyone could do. Its a shame really, no one ever gets the German point of view on the subject of the war.

- Is it true that the Japanese have a natural affinity with technology? Some have said that the Japanese are the most technologically advanced civilisation in the world, and that they have a natural understanding of technology that few could grasp. They have even refused to have nuclear weapons because they didn't wish to do to others as the Americans did to them. Aren't they nice.

- Are the Chinese as strict with education as some have described? Some have described their strict and uncompromising education system which makes me ever more thankful that I live where I do, but those policies have obviously paid off.

I think that will do for now.


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Germany here, but to clear up the two stereotypes I face most:

No, we're not all wearing leather pants, fancy green hats and drink beer all day while eating Wurst and Sauerkraut. That's the Oktoberfest you think of, and it happens only in Bavaria, which is pretty secluded from Germany, actually. Their accent is almost an own language in some parts >3>

NEITHER are we all stuck in the 1940's, constantly hard-working, humourless grey people.
We do have some of both of the above, but I guess you'll find such people everywhere. o3o

....Anyways, now that that's clear, ask away! o uo

Are you a fan of Rammstein at all? They are definitely one of the most successful German singing bands to come from the country, but I'm curious as to whether they have much of a following in their own country. I mean I'm English and don't really listen to the Beatles, but lots of other people in the country do :D

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