5 common mistakes Americans make while travelling abroad

Americans are some of the coolest people ever bar nun, but even we make mistakes while travelling sometimes. The rest of the world isn’t like America, so to help you avoid the same mistakes a lot of Americans make, I’m here to help. I’ve travelled abroad a lot and I’ve become a master of plending into the local cultures while still representing the USA, so let me tell you the five biggest mistakes Americans make while travelling abroad and how to avoid them.

1. Not sleeping enough. The world is crazy. 5 am in California might be 5 pm in Nevada. If your body tells you to lie in bed all day, you better do it. When you’re travelling out in the world, you don’t want to be cranky. Sleeping helps you maintain a good attitude. Plus the less people see you, the less you can disappoint them.

2. Not lying enough. Let’s be honest – America is a really cool country. Don’t disappoint the international community by going into the world and being like, “I’m just a normal person who went to high school and now I eat pancakes a lot.” Tell them about how your family lives in the mountains and shoots at old cars for fun because of “the government.” It’ll sound really exciting and maybe even make them want to visit.

3. Missing the chance to be mistaken for a celebrity. If there’s one thing everyone in the world loves about America, it’s our Famous People. We have so many Famous People and the world loves all of them. Most Americans resemble at least two celebrities (for example, I always get mistaken for Ryan Gosling or Justin Guarini). So, if someone asks you for an autograph, just be like, “Sure, which celebrity do you think I am?” then sign that name.

4. Reading minds too much. I mean, I’m not sure if most Americans can read minds or if it’s just me, but people don’t like it when you stare at their foreheads without asking any questions. If you’re gonna get to know the international community, they prefer you do it with words. So, try to ask things like, “Where are you from? What country? Where is that? Where am I? Who are you? What is Obama?”

5. Spontaneous combustion. Just don’t do it.

So these are my tips for thriving in the international community. They’re all really appropriate and will you helpful.

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