Movies can be so unrealistic, what with all the CGI, special effects, and witty dialogue. There are other weird, unrealistic aspects, too, that apparently occur specifically in American movies, because people from other countries have pointed them out. Things like people saying goodbye without hanging up (which happens, sure, but not as much as it does in the movies) and taking pills without water (HOW?).
One person wondered, do all Americans have a bag of frozen peas in their freezers that they never eat? Okay, that part is true—they’re issued by the government and we do have authorities drop by randomly to make sure we still have our frozen peas. Sorry, America, but the now the secret is out.
Here are 25 tweets from people around the world talking about things that happen in American movies. *Click* (I hung up on you, without even saying goodbye.)
According to movies, all Americans have a bag of frozen peas in their fridge, but they never use it while cooking.
— Celine Chami (@talktoceline) February 28, 2016
Why do Americans on TV shows have to go “grab” a cup of coffee? Can’t see how that could ever end well. Especially if the cup is styrofoam.
— JL Pagano (@JL_Pagano) June 3, 2011
What are funions? Americans on TV shows talk about them constantly. Onion rings? Onion flavour corn-snacks? Yes, I could google.
— Rachel, LDN (@rachel_london) November 23, 2015
It amuses me when Americans in movies try to stop a natural disaster ending the world because they’re Americans and they just have to try
— LaniOyawoyeSalami (@LaniSays) October 6, 2011
I wish Americans in movies would just top comparing the length of things to that of a football field. I have no idea how long that is.
— Eurica (@tv_skapie) June 17, 2013
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Why are Americans in movies so obsessed with prom
— layla (@idontIikesand) April 5, 2014
americans in movies and series taking a sip of their “”coffee”” and feeling immediately restored LMAO BITCH PLEASE have you ever tried what we italians take to study it’s called a fuckinG WHOLE CAFFETTIERA DI ESPRESSO
— ley❄️ (@lgbtcaIzona) January 19, 2018
Do Americans really carry groceries in paper bags or is that just in movies only?
— Thandeka Msane (@ThandekaMsane) March 26, 2014
All Americans in movies own a baseball bat in the house when they hear rattling.
— Sauchezz🌭✨ (@NevieneJ) September 11, 2018
Americans in movies not saying goodbye before they end the call. Just.. click. Rude. #stuffthatgrindmygears
— RΥMDΚRΛFT (@rymdkraft) July 3, 2014