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Post by BigMark » Tue Jan 15, 2008 6:28 pm

Wacky, all our Germans don't drink! What sort of stereotype are you trying to perpetuate anyway?! Goes to show what Americans think about Germans though. I sort of assumed that beer was like milk at the dinner table or something. Nothing better than finding out my world view is crap and I'm pretty good about not having any predisposed notions of other cultures.

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Post by C-rats » Tue Jan 15, 2008 6:55 pm

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Post by bl00k » Tue Jan 15, 2008 7:08 pm

BigMark wrote:Nothing better than finding out my world view is crap and I'm pretty good about not having any predisposed notions of other cultures.
Ok then:

Not all dutch people walk around clogs and smoke weed and eat cheese all day long while being in a field with roses and windmills. Very few to that, actually. :P

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Post by BigMark » Tue Jan 15, 2008 10:20 pm

Bl00k:

Actually a guy I grew up with is Dutch, so all I think about Dutch people is stroopwaffle, crepes and Indonesian food. (nasi goreng. Mmmm...) Now I do know that I can go get high legally in your country, and I'm well aware of what a smart shop is. Oh, and every Dutch person I've had the pleasure of meeting was pretty awesome, no idea if that's just lucky or not, I hear it's a pretty common thing though.

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Post by bl00k » Wed Jan 16, 2008 8:59 am

BigMark wrote:Oh, and every Dutch person I've had the pleasure of meeting was pretty awesome, no idea if that's just lucky or not, I hear it's a pretty common thing though.
Yeah most Dutch people who can afford and like to go to the US are good people. But as everywhere, there are some wackos here too. :P

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Post by rdclan » Wed Jan 16, 2008 3:07 pm

I think i have to Defend the german Culture :-)

I Like Beer very much and drink lots of it (almost on the Weekend)

Waiting for an "Instant Beer Drink" in the MRE or EPA :-)

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Post by BigMark » Wed Jan 16, 2008 6:53 pm

They just need little cans of beer. Or even better, a "morale" pack in every case or something with 6 little beer cans that couldn't possibly get anyone drunk even if they drank all six but crappy warm beer is better than no beer.

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Post by German_EPA » Thu Jan 17, 2008 8:59 am

bavarians please ... :wink:

bavaria is between germany and austria :lol:

BigMark wrote:Wacky, all our Germans don't drink!
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Post by BigMark » Thu Jan 17, 2008 1:55 pm

German_EPA wrote:bavarians please ... :wink:

bavaria is between germany and austria :lol:

BigMark wrote:Wacky, all our Germans don't drink!
I'm cool with that as long as I'm referenced as a Texan and not an American.
Although I used to be just as proud to be an American. Maybe we'll get a President that'll change that back. :evil:
8)

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Post by bl00k » Thu Jan 17, 2008 5:25 pm

BigMark wrote: I'm cool with that as long as I'm referenced as a Texan and not an American.
Although I used to be just as proud to be an American. Maybe we'll get a President that'll change that back. :evil:
8)
hehe, the US is starting to look a little more like Europe:
"I'm not European, im Dutch/German/French/whatever"
"I'm not American, im Texan/Californian/NewYorker/whatever"
:lol:

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