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Have you ever asked yourself what the world think about you just because you were born in a certain nation? Of course that there are a variety of common national stereotypes about the inhabitants of various nations, held by inhabitants of other nations. Such stereotypes are usually prejudicial and often ill-informed, and often overlap with ethnic or racial stereotypes. However, some stereotypes may be positive. Well, this blog stereotypes the nations, stereotypes the WORLD is the WORD!

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  1. I don’t know where all of these “nice people” stereotypes about Canadians come from. I used to work for a company that had a lot of customers in Canada and they were some of the RUDEST, MOST SELF-IMPORTANT, CONDESCENDING people I have ever had to deal with-particularly the ones from Toronto.

  2. I’m sorry for your bad experiences. I hope your current job is better than the past. It’s true, sometimes we all get a little out of control. It’s not like us Torontonians to treat others that disrespectfully. D:

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