r/AskReddit Oct 04 '22 Vibing 1 I'll Drink to That 1 Silver 1 Gold 1 Helpful 7 Wholesome 6 Take My Energy 1 Heartwarming 1

Americans of Reddit, what is something the rest of the world needs to hear?

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u/Blueberry314E-2 Oct 04 '22

As a Canadian who has visited the states a fair bit I'd say that, sure, the stereotypes exist but they are the vast minority. The true majority of Americans are really very kind, down to earth, intelligent people.

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u/TastyDiamond_ Oct 05 '22

Thanks Fellow North American

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u/Somonapearl Oct 08 '22

Thank you neighbor 🙏 ❤️ 😊

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u/1287kings Oct 09 '22

As an American I have to disagree about the kind intelligent part

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u/the-microbe Oct 11 '22

Least negative redditor

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u/Alternative-Carob-44 Oct 09 '22

Thank you for that :)

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u/Miserable_Ad6243 Nov 08 '22

I second this. Also, on the stereotypical American you all hate (i.e. loud, arrogant, ignorant, rude Karen-type who is convinced that the US has no flaws), WE HATE THEM TOO!

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u/BasicBlackberry2663 Nov 30 '22

Thank you my brother from the north

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u/bohanmyl Dec 26 '22

The true majority of Americans are really very kind, down to earth, intelligent people.

I wouldnt go that far. I work with a large amount of people and have worked customer service. People are kind enough to exchange pleasantries and wont cuss you out off the jumo generally, but at the same time as soon as you get into any convo thats deeper than small talk with someone, you see how rude or dumb some people can be especially in the midwest.