makes anime seem awful
The dub american voices for Naruto is AWFUL!
by kyarorin July 10, 2008
You go on and on about how Americans are so uneducated and can't do shit except shoot a gun, well, I want you to take a look at the entry you just wrote and kick yourself in the face for every error you've made. You make me sick. Ignorance should hurt. I live in the USA and I'm not a hardcore Christian, I'm agnostic. I don't own a gun. I am against gun violence as a matter of fact. I don't even own an american flag, don't see how I could stick one on my car. I don't go around eating a hamburger for every meal. And you hypocrites who say that the USA is full of close minded bible thumpers I want you to look at your entries. How many of you have actually met an American? ..Or are you just goig on past prejudices made by someone else? And about Bush? Not all of us voted for him. Not all of us wanted him in office. Don't pretend that the vote to get him in there was unanimous because that is far from the truth. Every country has there bible thumping, flag bearing, gun toting, fat son of a bitch. Don't pretend Americans are the only ones.
Americans are people just like everyone else, I half expected to be treated like one.
by lostaddict November 18, 2005
To the dickheads who wrote def. 6 and 7: Get hit by a train, you bigoted, stereotypical assholes. Not every one of our 300 million citizens are like that, and you've probably never been to here, so fuck off, you stupid faggots. That being said, an american is generally referred to someone being from the US. We have qualities that are BOTH good and bad, just like people from EVERY nation in the world. Remember that, dickheads who keep making generalizations about our country.
Americans have both good and bad qualities, and not every one of us fits the stereotype non-americans have of us.
by Anon5600 June 28, 2007
Screwed before they even try to start conversation with someone else from another country because of all of the hatred; not even provided a chance to debunk the stereotypes.
American visitor: "Excuse me, sir?"

British native: "Shut up, you fat, stupid American!! Nobody cares; World War II ended over sixty years ago!!!"

American visitor: "I was going to ask you the time... T_T"
by spinaltapsoundguy October 09, 2009
Denotation: Someone living in the Americas, North or South, more commonly refering to those in the US.
Conotation(neg):arrogant, proud (of nothing), stupid, hick, redneck, bible thumpers, etc
Conotation(pos):hardworking, proud (of their actions), loyal, dedicated, etc
Conotation(neutral): god-fearing, christian, melting-pot-people, etc

The "first nations", the only 'true' Americans, as they where the original 'owners' of the land.
Note: First Nations did not have a concept of ownership regarding land. I think.

Stereotypically: loud, arrogant, proud(in the 7 deadly sins fashion for all you christians), lacking in intelligence, etc
In reality: A nation of people, some live up to the stereotype, some don't, some live up to the american dream, that is: work hard, but alot of stuff and you'll be happy, but not all. The American culture is a loose conglameration of many different cultures, centering on european cultures because of the "melting pot" philosophy

To those of you who dislike America, think of this: Hypocrisy is to tote beleifs you yourself do not have, to say all americans are arrogant, stupid, proud is itself and arrogant, stupid and proud notion. Thus you either think these actions are great or are a hypocrite.

Americans do love their country, even with it's faults, but don't most of us love our country of origin? And don't all countries have faults?
"OMG Americans, they have weak beer!"
by Patrick Y. September 12, 2005
*A citizen of America.
*A person living in America.
*A person having the personality of an american.

By nature, an american is a good person rife with spirit, and is compassionate about wanting to make something of his/her life.
"I'm an american, dammit!"
by Dave March 31, 2004
1. An individual from the continent of the americas

2. A term of nationality for a United States citizen, a nation who's population approximates 70% of western europe. Certain states within said nation are larger and more densly populated than many countries within Western Europe, which makes travel within and particularly outside of the nation monetarily prohibative for approximately 50% of the population. For that percentage, governmental working standards do not provide paid holiday remotely simiar to world standards (10 days per year.) These conditions prohibit experience outside of a limited sphere and therefore perpetuate ignorance and indifference. This results in the unfortunate election and re-election of a system who maintains these standards in the name of 'patriotism' and 'freedom;' whilst never really providing either iconic ideal. This group maintains psychological function by instituting self-protecting biases of uniqueness and self importance to maintain integrity, and anything that threatens it is fiercly defended against, furthering the vicious circle. Perhaps after witnessing certain evidential and undeniable mistakes of their chosen system of rule, the population will over time begin to realize that the government is providing more regulations than freedoms and will moderate their opinions accordingly. With the passage of time, perhaps these citizens can accept, and be accepted to a place among the world's great nations, rather than claiming their right as the 'best.'
I am an american (from the south, no less) and I'm proud of my diverse and world aware 50%. I don't believe the US is the best country in the world, however, I don't believe the rest of the world has the right to take the piss on 'americans' for choices half of us didn't make and don't agree with, especially when their understanding is limited and often misinformed.
by Erin82 November 29, 2005

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