Apparently, Australians and Brits are having trouble making pancakes. Brits seem to be the only ones to know how to tie their ties among their Commonwealth and American counterparts. Many are confused about whether America is a country or a continent, and those same people wonder if Canada is part of it.
This is what Noah Veltman discovered when he entered various search questions and the Google Search Engine completed his sentences with the most popular entries in “America,” Canada, the United Kingdom and Australia. It gives us a humorous, but quite depressing graph of how these four nations perceive themselves and one another, views that reinforce old and new stereotypes.
Canada seems to be having an inner conflict with itself, thinking it’s “so great” and “awesome,” but “boring”, and “in Afghanistan.” Its friends all agree that Canada is "awesome" and "nice", but they are not sure why it’s aRead More »from Google Search exposes how different countries perceive each other