October 21, 2004 4:01:03 PM CEST
1. You don't bother picking up after your dog. Or yourself, especially on the beach. This is someone else's job.
2. You hate the Germans, the Jews, the Moroccans and the Turks. The rest of the world you merely look down upon - especially the Americans.
3. You don't particularly like working too hard, and you think people in English-speaking countries are insane to work as hard as they do.
Brilliant! You really have hit the national characteristics on the nail! This made me laugh out loud but it is really true...and that's depressing.
Another couple of points to add to yours:
a) You don't think it's your job to look out for your kids in shopping malls or supermarkets...other people can do that for you.
You resent many foreigners if they have a better education, better home, better clothes and then you can turn it around to the fact that their country has many short-comings and yours has always been superior.
c) You exhibit many bad manners on the road (whether on a bike or in a car) and never give way to other drivers, also drive as closely as you can behind someone else if you think they aren't going fast enough for your liking.
d) Be as rude as you like to other people, tell them their hair looks awful, you don't like their suit etc. etc. and smile while you are doing it because it's just ''telling it like it is''(Dutch style).
e) Have lunch with your colleagues, wait until one of them leaves the table and then start ripping him/her apart...you don't like their hair, you don't like their suit...
You can get a lot of milage out of this subject!!!!!!!!!!!