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Sterotypes of your country

BlitzCo

Zoots Root
This is a page where you can put the stereotypes of you home country, You can go in-depth with the section of your country (listing sterotypes of your state,province, etc.) I'll go first.

So we Texans are a bunch of cowboys that either use a horse, or a 4x4 pickup truck with a M2 Browning attached to it for transportation. We are also either cattle ranchers or oil barons.
 

Samandriel Morningstar

The Morningstar
Wisconsin.

Cheese curds,cheese in general,drunk people,really cold winters and corn fields as far as the eye can see.
I've had people tell me we're all too polite here,
Also people say we sound Canadian.
I say you're wrong.
 

Biochemiphy

I'LL BE BACK "SOON"
England. c:

Bad teeth, pompous, top-hats, umbrellas, rain, fog, fish and chips. c:

I only drink water and cum, my teeth are very white and straight. c:
 

Sylox

boi...chill out!
Here are some stereotypes about Maryland:

-We're all Socialists who hate guns and love the government.
-The Wire is an accurate representation of Baltimore.
-Southern Maryland is home to rednecks and klansmen.
-PG County if full of ghetto people.
-Most work for the federal gov't.
-We LOVE taxes!!!!
-Anything to do with crabs...
-Every kid plays lacrosse
 

Torrijos-sama

The Artist Formerly Known as Jesusfish
Texas. Too many to list, making us the State with the biggest number of stereotypes, with that becoming part of a stereotype in of itself.
 

LazerMaster5

Lost in the Static
Ohio, Everyone here is crazy. (Actually quite accurate)
Cleveland sports teams are very bad. (Also very accurate.)
Other than that, not very many. We are considered a swing state, meaning there are enough people in both political parties to balance each other out. Cleveland was part of the Rust Belt, and it is still struggling today. The largest attraction in Ohio is Cedar Point, which is world-renowned. There is such a mix of farmland, suburban sprawl, and big city that Ohio represents pretty much everything the Midwest has to offer.
 

Torrijos-sama

The Artist Formerly Known as Jesusfish
I thought the stereotype about Ohio was that nobody really knows why the state is actually important.

People that aren't from Ohio forget that it exists, and people from Ohio wish they could forget.
 

Kinharia

Drunken Irish Snow Leopard
In the north of Ireland we are fighting for religious reasons.

All Protestants are British.

All Catholics are Irish.

Everyone knows a family member in the IRA or UDA (okay maybe this is slightly true)

We are all drunk all the time.
 

Kookyfox

Bomb Rider
Honh Honh oui oui monsieur, ménage à trois oui. Tour Eiffel, baguette, Moulin Rouge. Voulez-vous coucher avec moi ce soir? I eat a lot, I'm rude especially to tourists Oh oui oui oui.
I have a béret too and I have a weird sense of fashion honh honh
 

Charrio

Artistic Mouse
I'm a hippie, sandle wearing, eco loving self important member of several grass roots movements to save the forests.

Oregon is a pretty cool tho.
25yrs back people actually thought we had covered wagons and lived in cabins, it was hilarious visiting other states and hearing it.
 

Alexxx-Returns

The Sergal that Didn't Vore
In England, everyone has bad teeth. This is kinda true (oh come on, I had so much orthodontic work done as a kid but they never bothered to straighten out my teeth?!).

In my region of residence, everyone is inbred and/or has 7 fingers.
 
S

Sar

Guest
"Used" is another word for "Stolen", any lunchtime item can be deep fried. New Year parties last about a week. You either drink tonic wine, dry cider or Irn Bru like water and football is the way of politics to most people.
 

Vær

Mr. Prickles
Where all the gays are.
Valley speaking and ditzy people who are very liberal.
Everyone here drives Prii and recycles everything properly.
We're very smug about our eco ways.
We're also beach bums who like to tan and go surfing all day.
We all say "hella".
We become hella crazy maniacs when it rains.
We're a bunch of tree huggers.

Bay Area, California
 
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BlitzCo

Zoots Root
Where all the gays are.
Valley speaking and ditzy people who are very liberal.
Everyone here drives Prii and recycles everything properly.
We're very smug about our eco ways.
We're also beach bums who like to tan and go surfing all day.
We all say "hella".
We become hella crazy maniacs when it rains.
We're a bunch of tree huggers.

Bay Area, California

Do you live in Berkeley?
 

Shaia

Member
Poland.

We are all dumb.
We steal other people's job (cars too).
We are big drinkers.
We are too religious.
We never smile.
We are communists/anti-Semitic.
 

Vær

Mr. Prickles

JegoLego

Fig Newton
Arkansas

Homophobes (seeing how we're about to get the same "religious freedom" bill as Indiana, this might not be far off)

Fat fat fat

We only shop at Walmart

Everything has to do with pigs

Lots of crime (Little Rock and Pine Bluff, specifically)

Oh, I almost forgot incest
 
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Torrijos-sama

The Artist Formerly Known as Jesusfish
Arkansas doesn't get much of a break.

Y'all are Southern, which gets you shit from Northerners...
And, you're the only blue state left in the South, which gets you shit from everyone in the South and every Red state.
 

Dr. Franken-Fox

"it's alive, IT'S ALIVE!"
Another common stereotype about England is that we have warm beer, the thing is, our beer is room temperature which over here is still pretty cold. Another one is that we drink a lot of tea, and while this is certainly true since whenever I've been a guest at someone's house I've been offered a cup, when someone here invites you out for tea they're not inviting you to share the beverage, they're actually inviting you to dinner which is often referred to as 'tea' over here, I wouldn't be surprised if this was part of why the stereotype has become so exaggerated.

Also, like with my fursona my teeth are disproportionately large, whether that's a bad thing or not depends on the opinion of the beholder.
 
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