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I’ve trafficked to 24 countries — here are a American stereotypes we listened all over a world

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For improved or for worse, American enlightenment — from TV and cinema to politics — has widespread to some of a many far-flung corners of a globe.

That means that if you’re an American roving abroad, you’re going to be confronted with a lot of stereotypes about a United States flattering many anywhere we go. we listened them everywhere we traveled, either in Paris, Mumbai, Tierra del Fuego, or farming Malaysia.

Some of these stereotypes are approach off-base: Not all Americans splash and celebration around a clock, for example, notwithstanding what people in other countries might have heard.

Here are some of a many common stereotypes about Americans I’ve listened around a world:

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