Welcome to America! You're about to become confused.
This piece is based on an AskReddit thread. Link at the end of the article.
1/30. Y'all can't drink alcohol until you're 21 but you'll sell a gun to someone who's 18.
2/30. 'Bounty hunter' is an actual real life job. How?!
3/30. When I was 12 years old, I was super excited because I was getting ready to attend my first summer camp in the US. But before I left, this girl in my class told that almost all Americans were overweight.
Having grown up with Charlie's Angels reruns, and Baywatch episodes, I refused to believe Americans were obese. For me, they were the mold every human being should physically aspire too.
When I arrived at JFK airport, boy was I in for a surprise. It made me worry for people's health.
4/30. You genuinely need a statistic for how many toddlers kill people.
5/30. The ticket price on the shelf is NEVER the actual price of the item. Why don't you just calculate the tax?!
6/30. I didn't believe there could possibly be that many flags anywhere. Went there once, saw more flags than houses. 10/10 would flag again.