No matter where you live, local stereotypes are unavoidable. Luckily, they aren't all negative. People from all around the globe have provided their true stereotypes and we're feeling pretty called out. Check out this list and vote for the most accurate stereotypes.
- 116 VOTES
Australians Are More Australian Overseas
From Redditor u/CorporalSwaggins:
Australia. We do say 'Yeah Nah' a lot. And when we're overseas we subconsciously act more Australian because people love that sh*t.
- 211 VOTES
British People Are Awkward (But Polite)
From a Redditor:
British people are awkward as f*ck. I accidentally elbowed a random lady. Me: oh sorry. Her: sorry.
- 311 VOTES
In The UK Queues Are Sacred
From Redditor u/Bearmodule:
We drink a lot of tea
We are generally very polite
Queues are sacred, don't cut in.
- 415 VOTES
Americans Love Ice
From Redditor u/Flaming BagOfPoop:
In the USA, coffee is the preferred morning beverage. People do drink hot tea but it’s not nearly as popular as coffee. For the most part if you ever order tea, it’ll be served over ice unless you’re at a coffee shop or maybe a nicer restaurant around dessert time.
We love ice in most drinks. My office has mostly non-Americans and i see people all the time get a mug of straight up hot water. Like wtf? I understand maybe not liking really cold things but nearly boiling water meant for tea?
I’m guessing having a “style of food” night is an American thing. Growing up, one night for dinner we might have tacos or enchiladas but a few days later maybe we have spaghetti or pizza. And then maybe we have a very American meal of meat veggies and a starch.
- 515 VOTES
UK Fish And Chips Are Legendary
From Redditor u/Ace_Eagle:
We in the UK do:
Eat fish and chips and Sunday Roasts lots
Love to talk about the weather
Always complain it's never sunny then cannot handle the sun when it's out.
- 612 VOTES
Sweden Is The Land Of The Beautiful
From Redditor u/off-and-on:
Sweden. All our women are really beautiful.