I was at a website in which you can send private message new people, my username and photo clearly showed I was a female and some guys talked to me. Then the conversation leaded to the obvious question “where are you from?” They lived in different places (so I don’t know if I can blame their education) and in the moment I told them I am a mexican, the conversation was over in every single case. Then I talked to other folks and this time I told them I was from Iran, India, Argentina or Cuba, and well… it was pretty much the same. Finally I told some other guys I was german (I speak the language) and well… they wanted to be my friends or whatever.
I know this kind of stuff is not new or hidden for any of us, but it was the first time in my life. What do you think? Does it ever happened to you?
You can tell them you’re from the planet and talk about aliens.
Yesterday I was looking through the IMDb forums about the movie Assault on Wallstreet and I’m still laughing. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2368553/board/thread/214430039
“America is the riches country in the world. We are world leaders, we have won every war we ever have been involved in, poor and underdeveloped countries like London or Norwayland are terrorist harboring regions but safe due to American support but this move paints a portrait of an America In Need. We are not in need as we are number 1 in every aspect. ”
Yes. I am still laughing. I don’t want to blame anyone’s education when it’s hilarious.
Chat segregation is never unexpected. It just doesn’t matter where you’re from, you can still be a unique dumbass.
It’s a randomized chat room. What do you expect? Internet 101.
@actuallygiveashit, That just shows that people are a product of their society, well at least th people who don’t question anything or think for themselves are. America wants us to see most of the countries you mentioned as a common enemy that all threaten us. On a completely different note, you have the best profile picture. I wish it was mine, but I’m not going to copy you of course.