Please state your nationality as well just so I can get an idea of where you are from.
Just some examples:
Here in America Italian, French, and Spanish guys are viewed as hot; sexy; romantic, Russian guys are viewed as kind of harsh or tough, British guys are viewed as sophisticated. What are American guys viewed as from your perspective?
Most Helpful Girl
We're really not that much different than you (I'm Canadian), and I've visited the US quite a few times, so my outlook isn't as dramatic as the rest of the world, who probably only knows about Americans from the media.
In my opinion, I think you guys have a bit of a weight problem. Your portion sizes are large and your food has more salt/sugar in it than Canadian food, so it takes some getting used to.
Your hospitality at hotels and stores is definitely superior to Canadian service.. people are so cheerful and friendly, which I found surprising my first time visiting. For the most part, it seems genuine unlike Canadian stores/restaurants/hotels I've been to (to be fair though I live in Toronto which is a city.. people tend to be more rushed).
I wasn't able to interact with the people a whole lot because I was only there to visit family. I thought everyone seemed normal and nice. I dropped something inside a grocery store and a few people ran up to help, which was extremely nice. I did encounter some rude people but for the most part Americans are very friendly.
Short answer: Americans are friendly, helpful, and have fattening foods so tend to be overweight.0
Most Helpful Guy
There's a lot of negative stereotypes about americans but all the guys I've met were really nice. I live in Switzerland but there's americans who work for UBS or Credit Suisse who come over or one guy worked for google aswell.
I used to play in a fun slowpitch team and play flag football aswell with these guys and it was a lot of fun. I've also been in the U. S. 3 times although 1 visit was only passing by in the airport and I haven't had any bad experiences. I don't like stereotypes anyway it's simple minded to generalise and it has never led to anything good.3