I don’t want to disclose mine but like all cultures, there is a good and a bad side.
I love my nationality, I hope to visit the country next year and the history dates older than the Bronze Age. It is very mythical though. The whole history is mythical, along with the gods we had, traditions we keep to this day and even the discovery of the alphabet is mythical lol. It is fun though.
Do you like your country and nationality?
I don’t know if nationality is the right term But I am also Canadian!
I am an American. It’s all I know so it seems decent. Not great or bad either to my standards.
I am Swedish. What pisses me off the most about Swedes is our english accent. Not all of us has got this ugly swedish-english accent when we speak english, but usually Swedes in an older age do.
I don’t know how to explain it, so I’ll just post a video. It’s ugly as hell, prepare!
I’m American and I’m Ok with it.
I’m unsure what the rest of the world thinks of us.
We are a very complex country and culture.
I was raised here.
I consider myself American.
I like being Russian. We have by-far best national anthem
Almost brings me to tears. America used to be very idolized when i was growing up in Russia. This country, usa, sucks tho. It only looks pretty on the outside.
I do like Americans. I would love to live in NYC. American culture changed the world.
Here is a good article
That is horrible but you are not alone.
I spoke with a guy who is Danish, he says he is Swiss and talks German so I am not sure, but damn his accent was so bad, you immediately decide to end the conversation.
I have an accent too I guess. Not sure what people think of it.
Like most people, I feel both good and bad about the U.S.A., the country I live in. One of the things I like best is the freedom of speech. You can say what you think and feel.
USA. I’m neutral when it comes to America or any other nationalities. Have no preference.
I think the term you were looking for is ethnicity? I’m from the USA, but as for ethnicity I’m a bit of a Euromutt. The only part of me that doesn’t come from Europe is 6% middle eastern, which in all likelihood is probably some ashkenazi jewish.
If you are in fact referring to nationality, I’d say I like it. Considering yourself American can mean a lot of different things to different people, though. We’re a melting pot. Sometimes that’s a good thing, sometimes that’s a bad thing. We tend to be open and honest, but as with all things it’s #notall It’s not always a good thing to be, especially when there are others who will take advantage of such openings.
For instance, someone once told me that having an open mind is like having an open trashcan. When people notice it, they feel free to throw all kinds of junk in there.
As for the nation itself, um, having the largest humanitarian force in the history of the world? Being the most powerful Republic in the history of the world? Pioneering innovation and freedom of enterprise? I’d prefer to live here before anywhere else.
But yeah, it has it’s problems.
English, never really lived there though.
My parents and family are Swedish and I was born in Sweden but lived in Germany as a baby and toddler so my first language was German.
Unfortunately i nolonger speak German but spoke three languages at age four.
Now I only speak two.
I am an ozi citizen now.
I was raised in different countries.
I moved to Australia as a child but got my citizenship a few years ago.
I am in Australia now.
My mum was raised in England.
But born in Sweden.
Looking at the history of my family we were Swedish then too.
I’m American, I’m meh on it. I hate a lot of things about it, but it’s all I’ve known.
I’m American. I live in a liberal state and I’m always taught in my classes how evil the American empire is. I don’t like how the USA always gets involved around the world. Quite frankly it scares me because it seems like no matter where we get involved we make some people hate us. I feel like the whole world hates the USA. I know that there are a lot of humanitarian efforts coming from the USA but like we’ve made so many people hate us through interference in other countries. I’m concerned that someday a bunch of nations will join together to go against us. I wish that the USA would not intervene elsewhere except for humanitarian aid. As far as living here, well the whole world wants to move here because it’s a rich country and there are a ton of rights given to the citizens.
There’s a California drivers license in my pocket and I love everybody, or at least I’m always reminding myself that I do. I’d love the opportunity to walk along all the continents stand on the beaches of all the oceans Nestle my Richard Dickson in as many native woman abroad as twice there are countries/stars in the universe.
I’m also proud to be an American, I think there’s a bit of situational irony in saying I feel as though the other people of the world don’t actually make those common generalizations about Americans as the media portrays. But I guess to answer the question I decided you had actually intended to ask, I’m more proud to be a human. Having all come so far, all of us exactly the same except either tits, dick, or sombrero. Wait why can’t I type sombrero. What the ■■■■. Yo. Sombrero. Um p u s s y. Sombrero. Somebody’s done a thing. I must go