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16 Weird Things Americans Do On The Internet According To Indians

"Every weekend they have a new Facebook album with photos of what they did. Every. Damn. Weekend."

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This week BuzzFeed's Internet Explorer podcast does a deep dive into what the internet is like in India. We interviewed All India Bakchod, one of India's coolest and most controversial YouTube groups.

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To celebrate our India-themed episode, we asked Indian Twitter users to tell us some of the weirdest things they've seen Americans do on the internet. Here are some of the funniest responses:

7. "Every time I tweet something I'm really scared of looking stupid or having typos, but Americans don't have that problem."

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11. "Shake Shack Vs In-N-Out rivalry. Again, don't get it."

girlnamedswapnil

Just tried Shake Shack. In-n-Out can go fuck itself.

Every time someone posts a picture of In-N-Out Burger I weep a bit inside. Fuck this Shake Shack nonsense.

"The best is In-N-Out!" "No way, Shake Shack all the way!" "My favorite is Five Guys!" *silence* "Get the fuck out of here, Terry."

14. "They either write for Thought Catalog or they hate on Thought Catalog."

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I love @ThoughtCatalog omg the articles are so beautiful (":

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