Kazrath: Claude Ballse: I always love stories like this. It's nice to hear from someone who looks upon America with fresh eyes that reminds you just how much there is to see out there, and just how great a place the US is.I think it is just the fact that American's are nosy and feel they belong getting into others business.Good example:At work yesterday I had a convo with a couple of co-workers. One guy was like: "If I was driving 80 and you come flying up on me at what I think is 100 I am not going to move over you can just drive slower". So this guy who is going 15 over the speed limit wants to regulate me going 35 over the speed limit. Both are speeding. American's have their comfort limits and really like to enforce those on others. The reason they are chatting is curiosity and their god given need to tell you how to run your own life and how to make your decisions.
Fubegra: <i>"Chicago was impressive with the lights and the big buildings there," he said. "It's a nice town as long as you don't drive."</i>As a Chicago native, I'd have to say that's good advice.
danielscissorhands: You know who else was in a pub in Germany...
Pick: Was at a bar in the Florida Keys one night, and made the acquaintance of a nice Cuban girl. She was telling me how nice people were in the Keys, compared to Miami. According to her, those guys up there are a bunch of self centered, selfish jerks, that have no idea on how to treat a lady.
AverageAmericanGuy: It helps that they are white.
Fallout Boy: Claude Ballse: I always love stories like this. It's nice to hear from someone who looks upon America with fresh eyes that reminds you just how much there is to see out there, and just how great a place the US is.Dont kid yourself. It is just another example of Americans not being able to mind their own damn business, something that the US is good at. If a guy wants to sit alone in a bar; leave the poor fark alone! Now the Germans, there's a people who knew how to mind their own business.
mike_d85: "Whatch ya'all doin' round hur?"And"You ain't from around hur is ya?"
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