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Published on Dec 23, 2011

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Idk why so many people have gotten so offended by this video. I'm an american but honestly I think I would feel the same way with a british person. I understand 100% that you weren't saying Americans were stupid, you were saying that it FEELS that way because they're from another country. It's just a different experience. I feel you!
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Moshe Alvarez
Well, this was painful to watch. It's comforting to see teenagers in Britain suffering from the same type of verbal diarrhea as teenagers here in The United States.
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Kim Ce
I have no friends either high five! Or fist bump....I'm not sure.
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We're so stupid we invented YouTube.
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Emily Barnes
...why is everyone so offended? She never said Americans are stupid. She said she ACTS like they are "stupid", as uses a different way to approach them. Because let's be real. British people and Americans have different ways of speaking, different slang, etc. That was literally all she was saying. There is NO need to insult her.
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I was a kid when visiting EPCOT in Walt Disney World for the first time, and I remember a strange effect coming over me when I was inside the United Kingdom section of the World Showcase. Because the folks working there were all authentic Brits, I became unexpectedly tongue-tied. It suddenly fell on me like an avalanche that these were the folks who invented the language...and I only spoke a bastardized version of it. I became very self-conscious and unable to speak around them. They must have thought I was a mute or some kind of a nut. It amazed even me.
As an American in America whenever I bump into other Americans...I automatically think they're stupid. 90% of the time I'm right. -_-
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..I'd still give a dollar to pound her tho..
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English (British) - proper English (American) - simplified.
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Kat LeFay
Not that I am 'offended' by this, but seriously...."stupid" is hardly the appropriate term to be using here. The British accent, depending on its dialect, is not always easy for Americans to automatically understand. Number one: We're accustomed to the 'posh' version of the accent, which is what we're mainly exposed to when we hear British actors/singers/politicians, etc. speak, so when we hear regional dialects which are not as clear and concise, we don't always pick right up on it. For example, you may be trying to say the word 'love', but if your accent is a certain way, it sounds like 'LOAF' to us at times. That hardly makes us 'stupid'; it simply means there's confusion when dealing with regional dialects. Come to the US sometime and spend some time with someone from New York City, Massachusetts, or anywhere in the southern US, and you'll see that it's not easy to understand US sometimes, either. That's really the only major obstacle to communication here, although I do find the fact that you think the word 'dollar' is indicative of lack of intelligence. Again, it is nothing more than a difference in communication. We ARE different countries, you realize this, right? And again, while I'm not actually 'offended' by this video, you have to admit it's a bit on the stereotypical side, and while I, personally, adore the British, this video has sadly caused me to lose a slight amount of respect if this is a general opinion, and I sincerely hope that it isn't. Point being; we're two different countries. Those differences don't make either one of us 'stupid', nor do you have to feel like you're speaking to a 'child'. Although, at this moment, I should probably remind myself that's exactly what I'M doing via this comment. Show a bit of respect, please and thank you.
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