35 Incredibly Ignorant Things Americans Have Actually Said On The Internet

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1.On language:

  Quora
Quora

2.On Scotland:

person who thinks Scotland is not a country
Twitter

3.On the Vatican:

Someone who says Biden's America in response to a tweet about the Vatican
Twitter

4.On Portugal:

  Facebook
Facebook

5.On China:

  Twitter
Twitter

6.On recipes:

  Twitter
Twitter

7.On Ireland:

reddit.com

8.On temperature:

reddit.com

9.On measurements:

person who asks who even uses Celsius and someone responds with a huge map of everyone who does

10.On guns:

person who argues about gun control with someone from Panama
Facebook

11.On Rome:

tweet of someone asking if there's a Rome in Italy
Twitter

12.On war:

  Reddit
Reddit

13.On bidets:

Picture of a woman drinking out of a bidet
Instagram

14.On pages:

person who says everything not in the USA is foreign
Facebook

15.On sports:

Facebook post about how complicated American football is and how the rest of the world can't handle it but a reply says they have it in Europe

16.On the 4th of July:

One person asks if other countries celebrate the 4th of July and another responds asking why would they

17.On telling time:

person who doesn't understand 24 hour time

18.On Mexico:

person who thinks international doesnt mean other countries

19.On North America:

  Reddit
Reddit

20.On money:

person who doesn't know pound is also the name for currency
Twitter

21.On toilets:

person who doesn't think other countries have central plumbing

22.On Celsius:

person arguing against Celsius
Facebook

23.On Queen:

person who thinks Queen is from the USA
Twitter

24.On accents:

post reading Americans don't have accents

25.On South Africa:

person who doesn't understand that South Africa can be a country
Facebook

26.On dates:

Twitter: @tomholland1996

27.On fridges:

Reddit post of someone asking a UK subreddit if they use fridges

28.On European healthcare:

instagram comment of someone saying if you break your leg in Europe you die
Instagram

29.On futuristic technology:

Discussion between two people where one asks if they have TVs in England

30.On cutlery:

Question asking if the British use forks

31.On music:

Reply to a poll reading Drake is from Canada; it's up north but not America

32.On time:

Tumblr post about someone getting mad about military time and a person replies that Americans can't count past 12
Tumblr

33.On Europeans:

reddit.com

34.On hemispheres:

Reddit thread of someone thinking the Souther Hemisphere means Central Texas

35.And on the letter "A":

Facebook post of people trying and failing to come up with a country that doesn't have the letter A in its name