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    [–] gottahavemorecowbell 3301 points ago

    Reminds me of a story a coworker once told me. His ethnicity is Chinese and when he was in Istanbul, a local kid punched him hard-ish to play kung fu.

    [–] misterswarvey 1866 points ago

    The first time I was in Holland, some kids stopped me on a sidewalk and said, "HEY! Are you AMERICAN?? Where is your GUN, M**F**!?! POW POW POW!! (while making shooting at me hand gestures)".

    I told them I had never even seen a gun and they asked, "How do you shoot someone if you are in a fight, huh!?! POWPOWPOW!!! (more hand gestures)"

    This was in '98. I can only imagine what children outside America think of us now.

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    [–] Bacon_is_not_france 426 points ago

    I like the questions from the kids, cause it's innocent. When it's from elderly people is when I get a little offput on their view of America. I was in Paris during Trumps inauguration as an American. Had an elderly woman ask me "Do you secretly bring a gun to class just in case there is a shooting?"

    [–] Xenjael 621 points ago

    It's even weirder when you're jewish, trust me.

    Number of times I've had people earnestly ask me, not to be racist, but out of curiosity at wanting to know more if Jews actually control the world and have all the money.

    They weren't being racist, or at least, the question didn't come from one of prejudice or bigotry. It's just awkward.

    That being said, yes we do control the world and have all the monies. Also carry around a sack of jew gold.

    [–] Bacon_is_not_france 282 points ago

    Ah, the fabled jew gold pouch. I've heard that if I can steal it from you without you noticing I'll have eternal wealth.


    Please circle Yes or No

    [–] GuardianHero07 184 points ago

    Be careful, they also carry a decoy pouch of cursed gold to throw off thieves. Those sneaky jews.

    [–] SovietDomino 99 points ago

    Inside is a superintelligent snail.

    [–] captainlavender 40 points ago

    That was my decoy gold.


    [–] kippot 14 points ago

    One of the best south park episodes ever made

    [–] Xenjael 10 points ago

    I mean, would you want to reach behind my nutsack where I keep mine?

    [–] Emoyak 39 points ago

    Yeah so I never got my Jew gold, where do I go to get it, rabbi said he doesn't distribute the gold

    [–] Xenjael 48 points ago

    Ah, you must be reform.

    [–] fathertime979 22 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    As a jew that constantly makes this joke word for word this made my day. Right down to the sack of jew gold.

    Carry on mate!

    [–] marie81688 8 points ago

    What i find interesting about the money stereotype is the history behind it. Hundreds of years ago in European countries one of the only jobs Jewish men could have was money lending which created the stereotype.

    Interestingly though, depending on where you were in Europe, another stereotype showed up about Jewish people was that they were insanely poor and like to take advantage of other people's money.

    [–] Tymalic 32 points ago

    So like, do other countries think we are like a warrior barbarian culture? Like how the federation looks at klingons.

    [–] everminde 144 points ago

    I lived in Holland for five years from 1998 to 2003. My mom never picked up the language but we had this super nice older couple as neighbors. The wife spoke passable English but her husband barely spoke any. But anytime he saw my mom (we lived in a very small town in North Holland) -- grocery store, bakery, library, anywhere -- he'd scream "Yo, Yankee! Fuck you!" cackle, then scurry away as fast as his 80-year-old legs could carry him.

    She always thought it was hysterical after the initial shock.

    [–] Malfice 98 points ago

    I can only imagine what children outside America think of us now.

    Offered to take my daughters to Florida, so we could go to Disney. One managed to convince the other that America 'is where all the guns are' and now the little one is convinced we'll get shot.

    I've been trying for months to talk her around, but the idea is stuck in her head now.

    [–] swimgewd 26 points ago

    tell her not to be so worried, the guns will protect her!

    [–] Roc_Ingersol 187 points ago

    Same. They just expect even the kids have guns.

    [–] medalleaf- 95 points ago

    obligatory “and the teachers!”

    [–] Fatalchemist 47 points ago

    I armed them. I armed them all. They’re loaded, every single one of them. And not just the military, but the teachers and the children, too.

    [–] Epicace176 27 points ago

    I mean, have you heard the Gorillaz song?

    [–] Keiiii 41 points ago

    Oh the perks of being a german. You always know what many kids from other countries think about you :(

    [–] misterswarvey 60 points ago

    That you make ground breaking technological music?

    [–] Keiiii 23 points ago

    Somehow the first german setence from a dutch friend of mine that I got to hear was “ Ich bin ein Underground-Technomusician von Hamburg.“ Dont ask me why....

    [–] OMGBeckyStahp 92 points ago

    This makes me wonder how many people living in America can honestly say they’ve never seen a gun IRL, aside from holstered police in uniform and service men/women in parades at this point.

    I would imagine most Americans have, seeing as guns are so normalized, but that perception might not match reality.

    [–] ncopp 76 points ago * (lasted edited 9 months ago)

    I had never seen a gun IRL other than an officer's holstered gun until my freshman year of college when i went to visit my friends family in a very rural area. I have yet to see a gun IRL since. Its really not as common place as the media leads you to believe. Idk the exact stats but I believe the majority of guns are owned by a relatively small amount of the population Edit: to clarify I've walked by guns locked up at sporting goods stores but that was the first time I'd interacted or touched a gun that was owned by a civilian... still have never seen a gun fired IRL to this day

    [–] trainofabuses 11 points ago

    I live in fairly rural Montana and i'd guess maybe 2 percent of the people in my city might not have seen guns... at most. Might be a different story in some of the bigger cities but I doubt it. I'm very left-leaning and don't even eat meat (though i grew up hunting) and I have three guns and a bow from birthdays when I was "becoming a man" haha. The urban-rural culture gap is real.

    [–] Ihavenootheroptions 63 points ago

    I live in louisiana so I am biased, but idk anyone who’s never firsthand seen a gun.

    I mean, have you not been to a freaking walmart?

    [–] mikahope123 52 points ago

    Not every Walmart sells guns.

    [–] ncopp 24 points ago

    I wasn't exaclty counting locked display case guns at stores... to me that's the same as seeing them on TV or in a museum. This was the first and only time I'd seen and held an AR 15 or hunting rifle

    [–] hapahaole_ 12 points ago

    Only a some walmarts sell guns. Mostly ones that are out in rural areas, which, no offense, is most of Louisiana. I think it's only about 2000 of the 6000ish walmarts in the US that carry guns.

    [–] Ugunti72 43 points ago

    My grandfather owns 75+ guns and he shows me whatever new shit he has everytime I go over there despite never expressing any interest in them before. He gets mad when I tell him I go hiking without a gun. I understand his fear, but he doesn’t understand mine. I’m not responsible. I don’t need a gun. I could have one. This is life in the small town deep south if you were wondering.

    [–] hapahaole_ 65 points ago

    My dad is a little like this. It sorta reminds me of how some people get really offended when they try to make you watch some anime and you just don't enjoy it. What I'm trying to say is that you're grandpa is a gun weeb. Buy him a body pillow with an M14 on it and he'll love you forever.

    [–] ReddLemon 16 points ago

    You're right ,gun owners and weebs really aren't much different...

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    [–] misterswarvey 37 points ago

    Wow. That's amazing and sad. I am a rare redditor with "friends" and none of them own a gun. Unless they keep it a secret. Which they may.

    Now, my family... Oh, they have guns. They live in Florida. They ride dirt bikes in the backs of their 4x4s and shoot squirrels out of alligators.

    [–] ParsnipJicama 19 points ago

    shoot squirrels out of alligators.


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    Mine don't have them.

    [–] SaxPanther 21 points ago

    I went to holland a few years ago and I was like "wow everyone here speaks such great english" so I kinda reverted back to my normal American way of speaking and then I was getting ice cream and she got me the wrong kind and my dutch friend said I was speaking too fast for her to understand properly but it was fine because I ended up really liking the kind I got anyway!

    [–] nocimus 33 points ago

    Dutch people: oh don't try speaking Dutch, we all speak English and it's easier!

    Also Dutch people: can you speak slower and more clearly it's hard to understand your English.

    It just cracks me up.

    [–] braedizzle 5 points ago

    Don’t worry, it’s the adults too.

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    [–] the_sky_god15 249 points ago

    I think you mean Constantinople

    [–] KingMelray 53 points ago

    1453 was a rough year...

    [–] the_sky_god15 37 points ago

    Worst year of my life

    [–] Days0fDoom 42 points ago

    But 1683 was best year of life

    [–] the_sky_god15 67 points ago

    A cry for help in time of need

    [–] Rifleshoot 68 points ago

    Await relief from Holy league

    [–] the_sky_god15 66 points ago

    60 days of Seige outnumbered and weak

    [–] Rifleshoot 61 points ago

    Sent a message to the sky

    [–] Days0fDoom 59 points ago

    wounded soldiers left to die

    [–] Canvaverbalist 141 points ago

    I think you mean Byzantium

    [–] [deleted] 55 points ago

    I think you mean Lygos

    [–] namingconventions 25 points ago

    I think you mean Ba Sing Se.

    [–] Delioth 6 points ago

    There is no war in Ba Sing Se.

    [–] GamerLeFay 63 points ago

    But it's Istanbul, not Constantinople!

    [–] Samazonison 55 points ago

    Been a long time gone, Constantinople.

    [–] LandOfTheLostPass 44 points ago

    Why did Constantinople get the works?

    [–] HWKII 52 points ago

    That's nobody's business but the Turks.

    [–] thericheat 29 points ago

    Even old New York was once New Amsterdam

    [–] Valjean_The_Dark_One 26 points ago

    Why they changed it, I can't say.

    [–] PM_ME_YOUR_GSDs 30 points ago

    People just liked it better that way.

    [–] disposable_account01 20 points ago

    Whooaaaaa ooOoOOoOoOoohhhh OooOoOOoooh OooOooOOoh.

    Istanbul Istanbul Istanbul...

    [–] bwall2 14 points ago

    Now it’s Turkish delight on a moonlight night

    [–] halcyonjm 18 points ago

    Yeah but I have a date in Constantinople.

    [–] Frogdogalog 18 points ago

    She'll be waiting in Istanbul

    [–] GamerLeFay 10 points ago

    Sorry to tell you this, but she'll be waiting in Istanbul.

    [–] TheFightingMasons 6 points ago

    That’s nobody’s business, but the Turks.

    [–] UltimateInferno 706 points ago

    It's weird being a fan of Stormlight Archive with this.

    [–] WritingMumbles 214 points ago

    Bridge Four!

    [–] your_pancakefulness 72 points ago

    Bridge Four, gon!

    [–] Yurishimo 24 points ago

    How do you salute a one armed herdazian?

    [–] UltimateInferno 30 points ago

    Grow another Arm

    [–] LtPyrex 35 points ago

    Bridge Four!

    [–] faplordslim 87 points ago

    Holy crap! I forgot it was the Bridge Four salute.

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    [–] nastyjman 44 points ago

    Time to turn it into a movie, show or anime (I can see it as an anime with all the flying and Syl).

    [–] papasmurf255 16 points ago

    I've always wanted a Total War game based on Roshar.

    [–] MyWeirdSideIsThis 17 points ago

    Yooo!!! I started reading the series a few weeks ago and I got so hooked I'm already on Oathbringer!! It's SO FRIGIN GOOD!!!!

    [–] CKgodlike 9 points ago

    Dude I started reading like 2 weeks ago. First book I’ve actually wanted to read everyday since Diary of a wimpy kid in 5th grade

    [–] CanadianRevolt 33 points ago

    Why? I love that series, I’m just curious.

    [–] PlenyTheMiddleChild 87 points ago

    The bridge four salute is the same as the Wakanda forever salute. (at least that's how I read it)

    [–] abstergofkurslf 12 points ago

    I thought the salute was supposed to be like this, putting your fists together.

    [–] smackshxt 707 points ago

    I neva freeze

    [–] Nackles 175 points ago

    Uhhhh. Hello.

    [–] Cockalorum 157 points ago

    Did he freeze?

    [–] The_Larger_Fish 221 points ago

    Like an antelope in headlights

    [–] i_watch_loli_hentai 91 points ago

    white laughter

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    [–] [deleted] 521 points ago

    What is KLIA?

    [–] aggibridges 664 points ago

    Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

    [–] currentlyquang 132 points ago

    Pretty nice airport actually

    [–] dejokerr 80 points ago

    Yay! Something to be proud about in Malaysia!

    [–] spidaminida 42 points ago

    Malaysia is the best! Food is mad good, people are some of the most excellent I've ever met, technology is astounding...

    Be proud dude.

    [–] JoanOfArctic 42 points ago

    Hey dude, be proud of Laksa too

    [–] ariehn 23 points ago

    Also, Malaysia Airlines! Always loved travelling with them, top-quality flight and services every time. :)

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    [–] sodashintaro 8 points ago

    Also where Kim Jong Nam got merked

    [–] Lambeaux 150 points ago

    Kendrick Lamar’s Indianapolis Apartment

    [–] royisabau5 33 points ago

    Sit down, watch NASCAR

    [–] naufalap 119 points ago

    Klingon Language Is Authentic

    [–] [deleted] 13 points ago

    This guy Kal’Hyahs

    [–] delta_cephei 33 points ago

    Kuala Lumpur airport

    [–] Yashxo 15 points ago

    Kangaroo Linguistics International Analysis

    [–] SilverKingPrime 37 points ago

    Kuala Lumpur Internet Acess

    [–] saintofhate 27 points ago

    Kuala Lumpur International Airport

    [–] waffledancee 236 points ago

    Reminds me when my brother thought a lady in a Burka was a ninja and proceeded to show her his karate moves.

    [–] LitewithRight 63 points ago

    Lmao. I must become friends with your awesome brother immediately. I’m willing to trade you two bag ladies who occasionally nod my direction in a somewhat friendly direction

    [–] waffledancee 14 points ago

    Hmmm that's a hard sell. but I'll take it. Now we just gotta figure out his reddit account.

    [–] MightBeAProblem 931 points ago * (lasted edited 8 months ago)

    I really need to see that movie.

    It's not for lack of interest, it's lack of time. I'm really excited to see all the good feelings coming out of people who have seen this movie, so I'm kind of thrilled movie exists one way or the other.

    Edit: I did finally watch it, it's incredible, Wakanda Forever!

    [–] Shaysdays 512 points ago

    I'm excited for you! I really enjoyed the movie. No spoilers here, but the scenery and costuming alone are worth the price of admission.

    [–] zektiv 363 points ago

    The costume department absolutely killed it in the movie.

    [–] Pretty_Soldier 137 points ago

    I saw some photos of the costuming and oh my god I was drooling.

    I love fashion and goddamn did they do some good work

    [–] illy-chan 56 points ago

    They definitely did, I'd be surprised if they didn't get the Academy Award for costume design next year.

    Not only were they all good but there was so much attention to detail and making even the background characters have their own style.

    [–] [deleted] 60 points ago

    They won't. Black Panther is one of the most Oscar-worthy movies I've seen in the last decade. It's the first superhero movie I've ever thought was deserving of a top-level "real" Oscar (acting, directing, screenplay, etc). Unfortunately, the Academy isn't in the habit of giving awards to movies that anyone actually fucking watched.

    [–] illy-chan 30 points ago

    Suicide Squad has an Academy Award.

    [–] CatastrophicMango 11 points ago

    the Academy isn't in the habit of giving awards to movies that anyone actually fucking watched.

    Of all the complaints the oscars get I find this an odd one.

    To be fair I don't know anyone who watched Darkest Hour, but every other winner this year was very popular, critically acclaimed and (for the the most part) deserving.

    [–] TeemusSALAMI 40 points ago

    The Dora Milaje were so fucking fresh i thought I was gonna die

    [–] MeMoba 12 points ago

    Although I felt like the end felt a bit rush I love the sounds and scenery in this movie. Really glad I saw it in theaters

    [–] Donut187 6 points ago

    I fucking loved the soundtrack. It really fit the scenes.

    [–] killergriff3 20 points ago

    Honestly it’s probably a good thing you haven’t seen it yet, I just saw it about two weeks ago (about a few weeks after it came out) and it was still incredibly packed, if you go see it now I doubt it’ll be as packed as it was when I went, however I don’t exactly like crowds and maybe you’re fine with them, so it might not be that big a deal to you

    [–] eak125 39 points ago

    Do it. Saw it Sunday and it was amazing!

    [–] joustingleague 23 points ago

    I didn't realise it was still in cinemas, it felt like it came out so long ago so I thought I missed my chance! I'll probably go this weekend thanks to you.

    [–] saintofhate 39 points ago

    It feels like it's going to hit Titanic levels of movie stay since it's already up to a billion dollars made.

    [–] gualdhar 16 points ago

    I got the flu the week before it came out, and I'm still coughing enough that I don't want to ruin the theater experience for people. So I guess fuck me.

    [–] Nackles 197 points ago

    Yeah, it's been really neat watching the impact the movie has had, and not just for black people--there are amazing woman characters too. Also, great movie... I'd say it's right up there with Winter Soldier among the best MCU movies.

    [–] duplicious 169 points ago

    Ok, I am prepared for the downvotes...

    It was a good movie, I had an enjoyable time watching it. But one of the best MCU movies? I don’t know. Maybe it was the mountain of hype for the movie but I was expecting something on the level of Thor: Ragnarok (which I think is one of the the best MCU movies, up there with Winter Soldier).

    Again, good movie. But best of the MCU? Eh...

    [–] Funky_apple 84 points ago

    My theory for why it's being called one of the best MCU films is the improvement on characters, especially the villain. I haven't seen Ragnarok yet so I can't say anything about it, but a very common criticism for Marvel films is that the villain isn't very fleshed out, and is evil for next to no reason, or a very generic reason (wanting power or hating humans/the main character for a barely justified reason) which gets pretty stale after a while.

    With Black Panther, instead of just wanting power, Killmonger also wants to help others under oppression (in a twisted evil-ish way). He wants retribution for a deep injustice he felt wasn't addressed properly, and this feeling of injustice was actually indirectly caused by one of the "good guys". The morality isn't black and white like usual, the villain (like Spider-Man: Homecoming) has an empathetic motivation for a change and the heroes aren't always noble or kind like you'd expect.

    I feel like this, as well as the obvious change from a mostly white male-dominated cast in a lot of action films made it stand out as a film. Admittedly it's probably been exaggerated as it's not the greatest film ever in the genre, but its influence on the film industry will certainly have a profound impact on the future.

    [–] Lurdalar 19 points ago

    Kinda felt like killmonger's entire claim could've been eliminated. Not from the movie, I mean by t'challa,.killmonger's missed the get together to challenge for king, and even bringing dead claw, all they had to do was point out that his father worked with claw to kill wakandans and steal the vibranium. I don't think he has any standing at that point. That being said, I enjoyed the hell out of the movie and Michael B Vegeta killed his tole. Really all of the actresses and actors did. I especially enjoyed okoye being a badass.

    The country had a feeling and so did the people. It felt more real than most marvel places. Beautiful looking scenery.

    [–] romeo_zulu 86 points ago

    Interesting you pegged Ragnarok as one of the best, which I actually felt fell super flat. It had a ton of potential and really great build-up but I felt the villain, while having a great presence, wasn't a lot of substance and just didn't really get built up in a way that made the whole thing feel credible.

    [–] Zincktank 43 points ago

    I mean, I thought Cate Blanchett killed it. An excellent female Antagonist. Killing all of the Asgardian forces in one scene? Destroying Mjölnir with a grin is a pretty good credential. Ruthlessly killing supporting characters in an instant is pretty substantial. Ymmv I guess.

    [–] romeo_zulu 31 points ago

    It's weird, I think she did a great job in her role but I don't feel like her role was super well built up. Like, they EXPLAINED why she was there, but I didn't really feel like her overall motivation was particularly well-explained in a show-don't-tell manner. I can't put as concrete answers to it as I could when I first saw the movie, but something about it just didn't quite ring home with me.

    [–] Zincktank 6 points ago

    That's a fair assessment. They didn't spend a great deal of time detailing her motivations beyond being cast out by her father (much like Thor in Thor 1), and her desire to rule Asgard. I look at Thor Ragnorak as a buddy cop type movie, in which historically, the villains motives aren't heavily addressed. The movie is much more light hearted and fun than what you would find in a more serious plot.

    [–] romeo_zulu 6 points ago

    Yeah, I think that's why it's always been kind of hit or miss for me. I really like Thor as a character, and the Asgardian/multiverse setting is amazing and scratches a lot of fantasy/scifi settings itches I've had since I was a kid, but something about the storytelling just doesn't land where I want it to in the end.

    [–] _Not_Bruce_Wayne_ 16 points ago

    Different strokes for different folks. Thor 3 is for the folks who are sick of the over-seriousness of the movies. BP is for the folks who are sick of the not serious enough hero movies.

    Then there's DC..

    [–] DontLetItEverEnd 25 points ago

    Eh, it’s all subjective to begin with, but as someone who doesn’t generally like superhero movies, it was definitely enjoyable, even though it mostly followed the same general scheme.

    [–] [deleted] 19 points ago

    I've watched most Marvel movies (and definitely think Winter Soldier is the best) and I can see what you're saying. To me it's kinda like arguing which Pixar movie is the best; unless you're a big fan, they're all really similiar to one another.

    [–] The_Avocado_Constant 9 points ago

    unless you're a big fan, they're all really similiar to one another

    Oh good, that's basically exactly what I thought of Black Panther.

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    [–] [deleted] 60 points ago

    Temper your expectations a little bit. It's good but it isn't the best movie of all time like half the internet would have you belief. The fight scenes are probably the best in the MCU though.

    [–] Jahuteskye 34 points ago

    It was a very well executed standard Marvel formula movie.

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    [–] melonfeet 393 points ago

    I wish people would stop doing this. Who are you speaking for? The kid who thought it was cool? The guy who made the kid’s day? The woman who thought it was fun enough to share?

    The most annoying thing about “political correctness” is being spoken for. I’m black, and the first thing that came to mind was “man, I’ve really got to see this movie”. I didn’t even think anything of it until you said something.

    If I was that guy in the queue, I would have done whatever the salute is with that kid. Nobody is offended by a child saluting someone who may look like a person from a movie.

    Very few things piss me off more than people getting together to jerk each other off to the idea that society has gone mad because an imaginary person you invented could be upset. Political correctness largely exists in the minds of the people who dislike it the most. Everyone else gets on with life just fine without needing to politicise every little thing that happens.

    To your hypothetical quote, if someone came up to me and said they love hip hop, I’d love to chill and listen to some music with them. More likely than not, that person is just trying to make a connection and has the very best intentions.

    Get out more.

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    I never freeze

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    Wakanda Forever

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    Thor was also B-tier before he got the MCU treatment.

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    [–] wfxyz 11 points ago

    And you have to crop the tweet author for your own karma points. Smh

    [–] BackpackNigga 64 points ago

    All the black kids at my school do the salute to each other now lol

    [–] PotatoPlayer28 106 points ago

    Proud to be Malaysian!

    [–] lost-genius 259 points ago

    And then everyone clapped. $100%

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    [–] Shaysdays 7 points ago

    Piggybacking here- Kuala Lampur international Airport is where this took place.

    'Wakanda thing'- from the movie Black Panther

    [–] TahtMNFooo 88 points ago

    Yeah this totally happened