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The world, as the USA sees it

Tue, Jul 15, 2008

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Here is the map of the world as the Americans believe it is.

Have a look:

lol

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26 Comments For This Post

  1. Adilson Says:

    Exactly the way they think :???:

  2. mayank Says:

    True,unfortunately :neutral:

  3. scott Says:

    Exactly the way I think.
    Awesome. Except I see America
    as being a lot bigger and I refer
    to that uninhabited land as America’s
    Top Hat.

  4. me Says:

    Yeah pretty much that is how it is the only difference is that everything that isnt America is fags who cant get over the fact that we are the best

  5. Gbox Says:

    Right!
    Except when you need help; then, you cry crodcodile tears saying “Help us, Help us” “Send us money, send us aid , defend us” And when we do, you spit in our faces and practice your neverending hatemongering for reasons that you can’t explain with facts except you resent that we helped you.
    True, there are individuals like “the me” who hatemonger as well as you.
    Actually you don’t know what the hell we think. We are free to think any way we want and we do, and unfortunately so many of you hate our freedom, though you would love to have it for yourselves.
    Anything you say about how we think is both true and false because of our diverse culture.

  6. taxtropel Says:

    :razz: Quite whining! Just cause your country ain’t the dominate empire! :shock:

    But no, really. I DO get tired of apologizing to my non-american friends. You think the media is bad, try our law enforcement. Totally brain-washed. Our police* actually believe that Iraq and Venezuela are national threats. But the same people think we could kick the ass of a country like China! :scoff:

    *police: ones which I have spoken to in great length.

    Anyhow, our consumerist ways are doomed to fail. Unless we take over the rest of the world… :sad:

  7. taxtropel Says:

    err…oops…did i mention we can’t speel eiter?

  8. Bosh Says:

    Please, stereotype more. It’s humorous, though probably not in the way you’re hoping.

  9. tiff Says:

    hooray we finally earned our own stereotype. Spoiled fat assholes. thank you world.

  10. Gabriel Says:

    “so many of you hate our freedom”, HAHAHAHAHAHA, my god!!!!!
    You have “freedom” with restrictions. THANK GOD I LIVE IN ARGENTINA, this truly is the land of freedom.

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