Foreigners, what's the most American thing you've ever done?
Threw a party dedicated to July 4th with my friend while wearing the American army uniform
>It's an "Americans were solely responsible for World War victories" thread
When I was in the army cadets we went shooting and then we got together on the night and made fun of Pakis et al and some kid who brought a Communist hat with him was made to burn it because it was considered treasonous.
Lived off frozen pizzas for about two weeks.
Got the cravings for a burger right now 2bh.
What should I pick?
Burger King has soggy ass burgers with terrible bread, but they have onion rings which are god tier.
Or Mcdonalds that has double cheeseburgers that are nice and greasy, and good french fries.
>burgerking cheeseburgers suck.
this is true, but buy a real burger from them like the steakhouse
the bread and other ingredients are not soggy, it's completely different from their cheeseburgers
Went to Boston during summer
> Those varsity jackets
> Went to firing range
> Went home
> Fucked around with a crossbow
> Had a BBQ
Was pretty neat desu.
Was mad as hell I could only find PG Tips whilst over there. Shits weak as fuck senpai
I would consider it a cultural victory if some lonely limey fuck were to celebrate the 4th of July, but I'll take a potato prince as a consolation prize
>Closest Wendy's to me was shut down
>It was replaced with a Starbucks
I don't think I've ever not seen twinings at a grocery store. I've never tried pg tips. Is it really bad?
Why would it?
>I thought Russia closed/banned McDonald's after we put sanctions on.
What? Banned McDonald's? You, americans, seem to be so weird people. Sometimes i can't even figure out where you are joking and where you speak seriously.
eating burgers and sheit during the superb owl
Speak english and play in american servers in online games
Putin closed four restaurants in Moscow after the sanctions for publicity, but the company isn't banned. I believe he had them closed for health violations, which is good banter, but there's still like 500 McDonald's restaurants operating throughout the country.
>Sometimes i can't even figure out where you are joking and where you speak seriously.
On 4chan, it's important to remember that Americans will often intentionally say stereotypically obnoxious things to get some sweet (You)s from Europeans
t. American who has started numerous "Tesla was American" threads on /int/