"A microwave. It looks like 90% of Americans don’t know how to boil an egg."
"The goddamn Imperial System of Units."
"Constantly reminding everyone that they are a free country."
"Cars, their public transport is seriously lacking."
"Convenience. Where I am from all the shops close early, and things will take days to be delivered. It sounds like in America you can just get whatever you want any time of the day."
"Garbage Disposals. Every time an American was house-hunting on House Hunters International, the Americans always wanted a garbage disposal and would be disappointed if the kitchens didn’t have one."
"Loans or debts of some sort, especially in their younger years."
"AC. Freezing AC. North pole AC with double ice in iced tea or iced coffee.
And cars. Big cars. HUGE cars with cup holders (for iced tea and iced coffee) and freezing AC."
"Cheddar cheese, and jumbo everything."
"Material consumption. This is true in most places but from my observation, it seems to go to another level in America. Everyone spends so much time discussing the latest thing they bought and how great it is."
"Ice in their water."
"Fast food. I remember watching a piece about how fast food is sometimes the cheapest option for poor families. They literally can’t afford to eat healthily."
"Toilet paper! Americans do not like wet @$$es as much as the rest of the world with bidets and jet sprays."
"7/11’s barrel-sized beverage cups of soda. What the [email protected]#k is that about?"
"If House Hunters is anything to go by, you absolutely cannot get by without enough yard space for your dog and 5 bathrooms for extended family visits. But it still has to be in the middle of the city."
"Red solo cups, they are such an American thing."
"To be honest, a sense of entitlement. Please don’t take it the wrong way, I meant no disrespect."
"American here: The correct answer was tacos."