22 Extremely Important Questions I Need Americans To Answer
I need answers, y'all.
Who decided that "yep," "sure," and "you bet" are appropriate responses to a "thank you"?
Why does every state have its own laws and random rules?
Seriously, why is it that in some states you can buy beer in a pharmacy but not in an actual liquor store?
Why are your soft drink sizes so crazy big?
Why do your social security cards look like they were cut off the back of a cereal box?
Why do you add on sales tax at the register?
Why do you give your coins such confusing names?
Why do you refer to a whole pizza as a pie?
Why are there so many TVs in your bars and restaurants?
And why do you call your main meal an "entrée," and an entrée an "appetizer"?
Why do your toilets have so much water in them pre-flush?
And what's the deal with the gaps in your toilet stalls?
Why do you have to make American versions of TV shows that are already really great?
Why do you care about college sports so much?
Why do you love drive-thrus so much?
What are grits?
And what's the deal with biscuits and gravy?
Why don't any of you own electric kettles?
Why do you write the date starting with the month, then the day, then the year?
What do you have against the metric system?
And do you realize how confusing using Fahrenheit is?
And why are you all so obsessed with fall?
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