How Americans See Europe

Europe is like America's bigger, older brother and the grass is definitely different on the other side. Ireland is full of alcoholic redheads, English have bad teeth, and where is Moldova!? This infographic looks at all the humorous stereotypes Americans have about Europe.



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How Americans See Europe All Europeans Are Obsessed with Soccer Iceland: Volcano, Weird Language, Hot Blondes, Bad guys in Mighty Ducks II Noway: Vikings turned Fishermen Sweden: Home Of The Pirate Bay, Socialism, Elin & her twin, the word “ya” Russia: Communism, hackers, Vodka, Anna Kournikova Ireland: Red Hair, Alcoholics, Potatoes, The Color Green, U2 UK Scotland: Braveheart, Everyone wears Kilts, Haggis, Golf Denmark: They make LEGOs and wear Wooden Shoes Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Slovakia, Belarus: Those Are Countries? UK England: Fish And Chips, Bad Teeth, James Bond, Harry Potter, Can’t hold down a colony Netherlands: Drugs, Hookers, Drugged out Hookers Poland: Polish Jokes, Not Very Intelligent Belgium: Chocolate, National Mascot is a Kid Taking a Piss France: Snobby, French Bread, Wine, Can’t win a war, Short Leaders Germany: Beer, Shiza, Videos, Nazis, Sauerkraut, Shitty Food Czech Republic: Beer! Cheap hookers… Beer! Ukraine: Chernobyl, Everyones’ Rude Switzerland: Rich, Secretive, Alps, ill-Gotten Bank Accounts Austria: Little Germany, Lots of Mountains, Classical Music Hungary: No thank you, I just ate Romania: Vampires that don’t Sparkle, Mail Order Brides Moldova: Doesn’t exist, never heard of it Slovenia: Isn't that an electronics maker? Albania, Bosnia, and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Croatia: Lots of Organized Crime, Went to war Bulgaria: Aren't they part of Russia? Portugal: It’s not spain? Spain: Bulls, Hot Chicks Monaco: Grace Kelly, Casinos Italy: Mafia, Spaghetti, Gladiator, Super Mario Greece: Home Of The Gyro, Country Totally Broke Vatican City: Pope, Child Molestation, The Da Vinci Code

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