The map above shows how you can easily irritate various Europeans in just one sentence. These include:
- Austria: Are you Germans?
- Bosnia and Herzegovina: Muslim Serbs
- Bulgaria: Still use the Russian alphabet?
- Croatia: Catholic Serbs
- Czech Republic: Are you eastern Europeans?
- England: Los Malvinas son Argentinas
- Estonia, Latvia & Lithuania: Baltics? You’re Russian Right?
- France: American wines are better
- Hungary: Are you hungry hahaha
- Germany: This video is not available in your country.
- Greece: Macedonia for the Macedonians
- Ireland: Southern Ireland
- Italy: I like pasta with ketchup.
- Macedonia: Southern Serbs
- Netherlands: ‘Sinterklaas’ is racist
- Norway: Are you the western part of Sweden?
- Poland: Polish death camps
- Portugal: Do you speak Brazilian right? (runner up: ‘ur basically spain lmao’)
- Romania: Beautiful country, I love Budapest
- Scotland: Where in England is that?
- Serbia: Tesla is a Croat
- Slovenia: Alpine Serbs
- Spain: So you’re latino? (also: ‘Tortilla? Those used in Burritos?’ and ‘Ah! Toros, flamenco, paella. Right?’)
- Sweden: Rape capital of the world
- Switzerland: Belgian chocolate is the best!
- Turkey: Can you translate this Arabic sentence?
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ahahah “do you speak brazilian?” You bet that irritates a portuguese!
“Polish death camps” – This term is unfair for Poles and is politically incorrect, even if for joke.
that was my first thought, as well, and I’m not kind of radical or nationalist
Marcin Zarębski says
Point proven then. It is the most irritating thing for a Pole.
Yes, it is tagged with humour
That was the whole point of the post…
it was absolutely not brilliant. in case of Poland, the term shouldn’t be publihed at all, espcially as a joke! and there was many cases where institutions were obliged to apologise for using the term!
Marcin Zarębski says
Nobody said it was meant to be a joke.
yes, it is tagged with humour
Alan Robert Tyson says
The point is to irritate not be politically correct. Saying the Falklands are Argentinian makes my blood boil when our men and women died for nothing. And that’s the point of this article.
Bastipil Von Grim says
It’ not brilliant at all, it’s just dumb dumb dumbidumb!
as a Finnish person “you guys all look Asian lolol” really, really irritates me…
“We love THE Ukraine!” /facepalm
Paulo Baptista says
“Do you speak Brazilian right?” damn trying so hard to make a joke. But in the end just shows ignorance
Charles Souza says
Almost all shows ignorance. But it’s just joke
point proven, then
Jan Marek says
Slovakia – Upper Hungary, right?
Miguel Portela says
Well for me would be much worst the runner up!!!
Portuguese from Brasil and Portuguese from Portugal are extremely similar so at least i don’t see much problem in it!
Maikel Lourenssen says
What about Belgium?
Alain r says
Annoy a Belgian by calling fried potato sticks ‘French fries’.
Is Belgium really a country?
It makes me want to punch this map.
Diego Andrés Acosta says
Is «Las» instead of «Los Malvinas son argentinas» . 😉
Slovakia has got the worst offence here.
For Slovenes, Alpine Croats is even “better” than Alpine Serbs, haha.
H-C Poulsen says
Denmark, is that the Capital of Holland?
Viet Ta says
No one can irritate Finns?
You’re Scandinavian, right?
Northern Ireland: Is your capital Dublin right?
Love how triggered the Poles are.
Hmm, if you want to get the blood boiling, for The Netherlands ‘Sinterklaas’ is racist’, that does not quite hit the mark. It would be more effective to say ‘Zwarte Piet is racist’.
French: Do you speak English?
The one for England is a tad outdated, but you’re spot on for Wales. Not a real country so doesn’t need a sentence 😂
Are you a German, will for shore anger an Austrian