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Todd and Shantel were discussing the stereotypes different cultures have of America. They were both teaching in Japan, which made for an interesting conversation.
The first thing I think about is guns, my students are absolutely stunned when I tell them anyone can get their hands on one in America.
Especially since we both grew up in rural towns, I feel like it's so normal for us. In Japan, If I tell someone I have a gun at home they look at you in horror!
Yes, that's right! They seem very confused. Guns aren't that available in Japan.
Yes. I started driving a little later than 15, but in other countries they must weight till they're 18 or 20 even.
They also are very surprised when I tell them how at how young you can get a license in the U.S.
I guess some stereotypes might be actually true!
That's true. Guess you could call the American culture a little more risqué. Haha.
Even relationships are different, you'd never say anyone walking around and holding hands in the streets of Japan.
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