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15 Times Americans Confused Everyone On Tumblr

Tuesday, Oct 27, 2015, 3:38 pm


It is a fact that rest of the world finds America and Americans weird. It is so because everything from language, culture to food is different here. We aren't weird; we are just too cool for rest of the world to understand! Friends from UK and Canada never find it boring to show how everything here in America is different. Here are fifteen funny pictures that show how Americans confuse the rest of the world with their funny habits and culture.
4.That is When Schools are Supposed to Start

In most countries around the world, schools usually start any time from July to September. They are supposed to open after summer vacation. Unless you are from a country like Australia, where summer falls in December, you will find American start of school year just fine. Nonetheless, good and funny explanation there!


That is When Schools are Supposed to Start-15 Times Americans Confused Everyone On Tumblr


5.Glazed Donut Bacon Cheeseburger

And, they are real!!! You can get them in many places in US. Trust us, they taste bad. To all those who make fun of American food, yes, we love experimenting. We have burgers that are bigger than a human head! On average, an American eats about 2000 pounds (1 US ton) of food a year! It's all happening because we love food and probably explains why diabetes and obesity are so common in US.


Glazed Donut Bacon Cheeseburger-15 Times Americans Confused Everyone On Tumblr


6.This Biscuit vs. Cookie Confusion

Brits get mad when you tell them that you eat cookies with gravy or bacon! It is so because biscuits are mainstream, With gravy or bacon it makes it more American than just a plain biscuit. In the picture, you can see a clueless British person saying "why would you eat gravy with biscuits?" Friends from UK enjoy their biscuits with a cup of tea.


This Biscuit vs. Cookie Confusion-15 Times Americans Confused Everyone On Tumblr











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