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  makeen4  |  10

Rather be nice than fat though?

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  sarah5745  |  41

It's probably because of all the different fast food chains in America, people get that idea. To add to your fact, Toga is actually the "world's fattest country" and Kuwait comes next. Still pretty sad though..

By  rykelmb  |  12

Ugh, apparently we all have to be fat and/or stupid to be American. My Canadian friends didn't believe I was American until I drove. Apparently I drive too fast to be from Canada. Believe it or not, some Americans do care about their bodies and intelligence. Those of us that do work very hard on it.

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  Feklfekl2222  |  32

These sort of stereotypes apply to most countries. I visited America and got told my teeth were too good to be English (and also laughed at for them not being blindingly white, don't really know what to make of that)

By  cheeeksss  |  29

Stereotypes sure are funny. When I travel, I still get asked if it's true that I live in grass huts, wear coconut bras, and use shell-phones, just because I live in Hawai'i.

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  teresa96706  |  29

lol People don't only ask that in person. In online games people ask the same thing. xD They believe it when I tell them I have coconut wifi and that you need a passport and need to be quarantined for a month before coming here from the US Mainland.

By  jansdrs  |  19

Let's thank McDonald for that reputation

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  XxDanno316xX  |  26

Well, no. They make the food. The customer decides to eat there. If someone is overweight from a bad diet... blame their choices not the company selling the food if I am going to eat chocolate bars every day and don't brush my teeth is that my fault or the chocolate bar companies fault?

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