17 Things You Didn’t Know About Seinfeld

17 Things You Didn’t Know About Seinfeld

17 Things You Didn’t Know About Seinfeld The show was originally titled “The Seinfeld Chronicles”, but was changed because of failed ABC show called “The Marshall Chronicles”.

17 Things You Didn’t Know About Seinfeld
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7 thoughts on “17 Things You Didn’t Know About Seinfeld

  1. Other than the last one and arguable the first one (this one being more commonly attributed to the Brits), I would say that all of these are not only incorrect, but made by someone who hasn’t visited many countries.

    1. Yes, these are really incorrect stereotypes. I think this is more like a top ten list of what Americans THINK are the top ten complaints about American tourists. For the most part in Europe, as far as i can tell, nobody really gives a damn where you’re from as long as you buy…just like anywhere else.

    2. Quite frankly not only did i not notice this myself as an american abroad i noticed many Europeans doing many of those things. Also many many many Europeans come to the united states expecting people to speak german dutch spanish french and russian they may have a chance of someone speaking spanish but thats about it. I’ve also noticed that europeans with the exception of the british have no clue how to wait in line they just push their way to the counter like they are gods gift to the tourist industry, I would say everyone is equally rude when taken out of their homeland.

  2. This just seems like someone has a vendetta against Americans. Because not only are some of these not even true, most of the them are things that every tourist does no matter what nationality they are.

  3. Contrary to european belief all americans are not bible toting jesus loving hamburger scarfing borderline illiterate morons, this post makes it fairly obvious the author learned everything about americans from reality tv and sitcoms. while im sure there are plenty of people who visit other countries and DO behave like the above, i assure you its a small minority and happens just as often in the US with europeans.

  4. I work in an extremely touristy area at a tourist restaurant outside of the US. I used to think Americans fulfilled all of these stereotypes when i travelled around, but once I moved out here I realized that Americans are probably the best and most respectful tourists to come by. They’re always asking what the appropriate ways to do things before acting like know-it-alls and many times they try to speak the local language. It’s primarily Europeans who refuse to speak in English or the local language and expect us to know their language. All of these stereotypes can be applied to any tourist, not just specifically to one kind of people.

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