15 World’s Most Believed Stereotypes

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Sausage Fury, Germany

German people sometimes are perceived as being too strict, tidy and weird. When someone says anything about Germany, it is easy to see a picture in one’s mind’s eye of Brandenburg Gate. In the background, there is a waitress in a Bavarian costume, Tyrolean orchestra playing Wagner… And of course, there are Bavarian sausages! This is obviously a typical day for any German person!

15 World’s Most Believed Stereotypes

?African Style, Africa

Why is that whenever you ask someone about African counties images of primitive people holding sharp spears appear? Well, that’s because such a stereotype still exists. It’s still interesting how amazed a traveler might be after seeing n African man using high-tech device while traveling on a camel!

15 World’s Most Believed Stereotypes

?Gimme a Log, Scotland

The Scots are weirdly associated with a man who wears kilts on suspenders and ridiculously gigantic hats for every occasion or even day. This character also loves throwing log competition and can’t imagine his life without misusage of English language.

15 World’s Most Believed Stereotypes

?Rushing Hour Pasta, Italia

Pizza and pasta rivers are floating in the streets while every house has got its own vine cellar.” Nobody can make such perfect pasta like my mom” claims Italian, believed living with his mom till his early forties because of the crazy pasta fact. The stereotype that Italians are really bad car drivers while youngsters are fond of rushing on scooter makes Italian people wanna laugh even more!

15 World’s Most Believed Stereotypes

?Wear Your Beret, France

The fact that every Frenchman has got a beret nearly for every day, attire and weather sound ridiculously funny. Just imagine how many berets of different colors, size and shape might be kept in a family closet!

15 World’s Most Believed Stereotypes

?The “Matryoshka,” Russia

Huge Russia Dolls called “matryoshka” with Siberian bears hiding in it, agents wearing cap with ear flaps speaking in a way that it is difficult to imagine worse English. Stereotypes about Russian people are so strange and many-sided that even matryoshka can’t keep them all!

15 World’s Most Believed Stereotypes

?What a Dreadlock, Jamaica

Jamaica people were always considered as the Rastafarians who even in the childhood can’t live a day without reggae tunes. Nevertheless wearing dreadlocks on their heads has become a funny way to make fun of tourists. Every self-respected metropolitan has a wig which can be swiftly worn and the Rastafarian is ready! Voila!

15 World’s Most Believed Stereotypes

?Salo Everywhere, Ukraine

Ukrainian cuisine is rich, healthy and really delicious but what make this nation really famous is a so-called salo (pork fat), borsch and round dance stereotype. Ukrainians are believed being fond of eating salo in every difficult or complicated situation whereas have round dancing, travelling by train or simply having a lunch break. Hopefully this stereotype is just a stereotype because how would they be able to into doorway?

15 World’s Most Believed Stereotypes

?Too Cheap, China

The stereotyped fact that China is really cheap country, where you can buy anything you need or just anything that might be found on earth at somebody else’s expense is one of the most spread. Nevertheless, it’s not that simple, because are all the goods are of the low quality! What a relief it’s just a stereotype!

15 World’s Most Believed Stereotypes

?Sombrero Gangsters, Mexico

You might think that “all Mexican people are lazy gangsters” after watching too many westerns. These illegal immigrants in movies are believed wandering around here and there, wearing sombreros all day long under the bright sunshine.

15 World’s Most Believed Stereotypes

?Oh Captain, My Captain, Norway

If you ask someone about Norway, all you might hear is” fish.”Norwegians are all supposed to be sailors travelling and collecting salmon half of the years. Other half they use to unship the catch. Nevertheless, the Norwegians are used of being imaged like that. All they ask is “Why it is all about the wish”?

15 World’s Most Believed Stereotypes

?Ice man, Iceland

All Scandinavians are beautiful, tall blondes who love winter sports. Mostly these people do not care about the clothes on the body and do not experience any problems when they are naked in a company. If you are from “Ice land” then you ought to be and “ice man” they joke, after hearing these wacky shenanigans.

15 World’s Most Believed Stereotypes

?Beer Rush, Sweden

The stereotype about Swedish beer addiction came after seeing how Swede people were enjoying it in pubs at football matches and wrestling. And that’s the reason why Swede people like midsummer holiday so much that even Christmas is hardly holding its positions. The stereotyped answer is, surely, beer.

15 World’s Most Believed Stereotypes

?Saving the World, Slovakia

It is believe that Slovaks are dodgy wealthy people smart enough to resolve any problem even if it seems chaotic and who like to enjoy oneself at the same time. While drinking some fresh beer sitting on the sofa with a flick of the wrist they can manage to save the world! Interesting if Slovaks are aware of their own super powers?

15 World’s Most Believed Stereotypes

?Discovering Food, USA

There are many jokes inside and outside the US about the quality of food in the States and that people don’t like to cook at all, choosing to eat junk food all the time. However, we know better, and we know there are so many incredible cooks – especially among grandparents, who know how to do everything from the scratch. These rumors never get old…

15 World’s Most Believed Stereotypes


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