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America, Another One, and Cars: 20 Of The Weirdest Things About America That Americans Don't Realize Are Weird 1. Portion Sizes. 2. Flags everywhere. EVERYWHERE 3. Price tags without tax included. How do you know how much you're spending until you get to the cashier? 4. Tipping: It was incredibly hard for me to wrap my head about how much is appropriate for the service 5. Advertising prescription drugs. That was the weirdest one for me. "ask your doctor for brand x antidepressants" type commercials on TV. In the UK, your doctor tells you what drugs you should take, not the other way round 6. Everything being designed around cars. 7. The sheer amount of commercials on the television, and their lack of quality 8. Aerosol cheese. Like seriously I would try it at least once, but that shit looks like cancer 9. a visiting Italian friend was very puzzled at Americans' use of the phrase, "Oh, really?" in group conversations. Somehow he took that as a person challenging his opinion, when in reality, it's just some habit a lot of us have that basically means, "Interesting. Can you elaborate?" The guy was red in the face after an hour because he literally thought everyone in our group was challenging every single thing he said 10. Your toilets are too low down and the stalls have massive gaps around the door so that people can see in. You can put a man on the moon but can't design a setup whereby I can have a dump in comfortable privacy. Sort it out America 11. Pickles. Your hidden love for pickles. I have been in the states for like 8 years and you guys give a pickle with everything. 12. I find it really weird how college football players are kind of celebrities. They're scrutinized and have fans and do TV interviews, and it just boggles my mind so much. They're just students that do an extra- curricular activity! I don't understand 13. Jaywalking is a crime? I did this a lot in the US without realizing it was supposed to be illegal 14. Why is bread in the USA so sweet? Sandwich bread, hamburger buns, taste like cake but Americans have no idea what you're talking about because they're used to it. 15. Soft drink is free flowing, everywhere McDonalds you get a gigantic cup for a dollar - it comes with unlimited refills. Even at a restaurant if you half finish your coke the waitress will bring you another one. The first time you're like "hey I didn't order this" but then you realize it's free 16. You are all so loud! But friendly 17. There is so much water in your toilet bowls! Seriously, why so much? 18. A very blasé approach to credit card security Signatures don't matter and no one uses a PIN 19. The pledge of allegiance is creepy. I know most Americans just say it because they have to in school but if you listen to the words it sounds strange to have children just chanting it off 20. Lawyer adverts, everywhere. Saul Goodman <p>The Weirdest Things About America.</p>
America, Another One, and Cars: 20 Of The Weirdest Things About
 America That Americans Don't
 Realize Are Weird
 1. Portion Sizes.
 2. Flags everywhere. EVERYWHERE
 3.
 Price tags without tax included. How do you
 know how much you're spending until you
 get to the cashier?
 4. Tipping: It was incredibly hard for me to
 wrap my head about how much is
 appropriate for the service
 5. Advertising prescription drugs. That was the
 weirdest one for me. "ask your doctor for
 brand x antidepressants" type commercials
 on TV. In the UK, your doctor tells you what
 drugs you should take, not the other way
 round
 6. Everything being designed around cars.
 7.
 The sheer amount of commercials on the
 television, and their lack of quality
 8. Aerosol cheese. Like seriously I would try it
 at least once, but that shit looks like cancer
 9. a visiting Italian friend was very puzzled at
 Americans' use of the phrase, "Oh, really?" in
 group conversations. Somehow he took that
 as a person challenging his opinion, when in
 reality, it's just some habit a lot of us have
 that basically means, "Interesting. Can you
 elaborate?" The guy was red in the face after
 an hour because he literally thought
 everyone in our group was challenging every
 single thing he said
 10.
 Your toilets are too low down and the stalls
 have massive gaps around the door so that
 people can see in. You can put a man on the
 moon but can't design a setup whereby I can
 have a dump in comfortable privacy. Sort it
 out America
 11. Pickles. Your hidden love for pickles. I have
 been in the states for like 8 years and you
 guys give a pickle with everything.
 12. I find it really weird how college football
 players are kind of celebrities. They're
 scrutinized and have fans and do TV
 interviews, and it just boggles my mind so
 much. They're just students that do an extra-
 curricular activity! I don't understand
 13. Jaywalking is a crime? I did this a lot in the
 US without realizing it was supposed to be
 illegal
 14. Why is bread in the USA so sweet? Sandwich
 bread, hamburger buns, taste like cake but
 Americans have no idea what you're talking
 about because they're used to it.
 15. Soft drink is free flowing, everywhere
 McDonalds you get a gigantic cup for a dollar
 - it comes with unlimited refills. Even at a
 restaurant if you half finish your coke the
 waitress will bring you another one. The first
 time you're like "hey I didn't order this" but
 then you realize it's free
 16. You are all so loud! But friendly
 17. There is so much water in your toilet bowls!
 Seriously, why so much?
 18. A very blasé approach to credit card security
 Signatures don't matter and no one uses a
 PIN
 19. The pledge of allegiance is creepy. I know
 most Americans just say it because they have
 to in school but if you listen to the words it
 sounds strange to have children just chanting
 it off
 20. Lawyer adverts, everywhere. Saul Goodman
<p>The Weirdest Things About America.</p>

<p>The Weirdest Things About America.</p>

Club, College, and College Football: ooale origin of american football All News Videos Images Maps More Settings Tools About 2,670,000 results (0.88 seconds) On November 6, 1869, Rutgers and Princeton played what was billed as the first college football game. However, it wasn't until the 1880s that a great rugby player from Yale, Walter Camp, pioneered rules changes that slowly transformed rugby into the new game of American Football Birth of Pro Football | Pro Football Hall of Fame Official Site www.profootballhof.com/football-history/birth-of-pro-football/ About this result Feedback People also ask How many quarters are there in the Super Bowl? When did football originate? Where did the football Come From? How long is an American football? Feedback History of American football - Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_American_football Yale, Princeton, Rutgers University, and Brown University began playing the popular "kicking" game during this time. In 1867, Princeton used rules based on those of the London Football Association. A running game", resembling rugby football, was taken up by the Montreal Football Club in Canada in 1868 Early history of American football - Wikipedia https:/len.wikipedia.org/wiki/Early_history_ of American_football Yale, Princeton, Rutgers University, and Brown University began playing the popular "kicking" game during this time. In 1867, Princeton used rules based on those of the London Football Association. A running game", resembling rugby football, was taken up by the Montreal Football Club in Canada in 1868 American football Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_football Jump to History -History. Main article: History of American football. Part of the American football series on. History of American football Origins of Team members: 11 (both teams may freely su. First played: November 6, 1869; New Brunswi... Country or region: Wordwide (most prominent Nicknames: Football, gridiron <p><a href="http://memehumor.tumblr.com/post/156813144133/imagine-trying-to-explain-offside-in-soccer" class="tumblr_blog">memehumor</a>:</p> <blockquote><p>Imagine trying to explain offside in soccer. (Super Bowl related)</p></blockquote>
Club, College, and College Football: ooale
 origin of american football
 All News Videos Images Maps More
 Settings Tools
 About 2,670,000 results (0.88 seconds)
 On November 6, 1869, Rutgers and Princeton played what
 was billed as the first college football game. However, it
 wasn't until the 1880s that a great rugby player from Yale,
 Walter Camp, pioneered rules changes that slowly
 transformed rugby into the new game of American Football
 Birth of Pro Football | Pro Football Hall of Fame Official Site
 www.profootballhof.com/football-history/birth-of-pro-football/
 About this result Feedback
 People also ask
 How many quarters are there in the Super Bowl?
 When did football originate?
 Where did the football Come From?
 How long is an American football?
 Feedback
 History of American football - Wikipedia
 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_American_football
 Yale, Princeton, Rutgers University, and Brown University began playing the popular "kicking" game
 during this time. In 1867, Princeton used rules based on those of the London Football Association. A
 running game", resembling rugby football, was taken up by the Montreal Football Club in Canada in
 1868
 Early history of American football - Wikipedia
 https:/len.wikipedia.org/wiki/Early_history_ of American_football
 Yale, Princeton, Rutgers University, and Brown University began playing the popular "kicking" game
 during this time. In 1867, Princeton used rules based on those of the London Football Association. A
 running game", resembling rugby football, was taken up by the Montreal Football Club in Canada in
 1868
 American football Wikipedia
 https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_football
 Jump to History -History. Main article: History of American football. Part of the American football
 series on. History of American football Origins of
 Team members: 11 (both teams may freely su. First played: November 6, 1869; New Brunswi...
 Country or region: Wordwide (most prominent Nicknames: Football, gridiron
<p><a href="http://memehumor.tumblr.com/post/156813144133/imagine-trying-to-explain-offside-in-soccer" class="tumblr_blog">memehumor</a>:</p>

<blockquote><p>Imagine trying to explain offside in soccer. (Super Bowl related)</p></blockquote>

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