A country with a great history, beautiful landscapes, very traditional and spiritual, also with a great potential, either economical or aesthetic, but who started to lick the Americans' fat asses and lost their identity.
The romanians are not gypsies. Gypsies are actually not related to romanians at all, but the romanians were somehow influenced by their lifestyle and by their music called ,manele'' The subject of the manele genre is money, power, women, success, enemies etc.

Romanians are very influenced by music and they love house music, a repetitive and brainwashing genre.If you live in Romania you feel forced to adapt to this situation, everyone likes manele and house music so if you want to be accepted in the society you must do the same. You must also be very vulgar and superficial. The stereotypes of people who share this ideology are called cocalar( for males) and pitipoanca (females) You can spot them by the tastlessness : big sunglasses, too much tan, horrible clothes, sometimes massive gold jewelry, the manele or house/minimal music coming from their mobile phones( they never heard of headphones) and bad vocabulary.

The gypsies are called ,,rromi'' in romanian just because they are so many and they are getting very aggresive when they get called ,,gypsies''. Calling them ''rromi'' instead of gypsies in the purpose of not provoking them was a mistake, because the other nations see a connection between the term ,,rromi'' and the name of the country, Romania.
Romania is such a beautiful country, too bad the romanians forgot who they were and became American ass-lickers.
by thy_mistress September 25, 2011
A country located in central-eastern Europe. A beautiful, yet undiscovered country by many tourists. Famous for the gorgeous plentiful women, Dracula, amazing food and liquors, the 2nd largest building in the world, and parties. Romania is a country that is well established after communism. Romania has 22 million inhabitants.
I never been to such a crazy party in my life, this country is fucking unbelievable.
by RoMo July 26, 2005
TOtally different from the artificial US mentality. Romania is a country with a beutifull landscape, the second largest building in the world, the place of birth of the inventor of the jet plane engine "Henri Coanda" and many others. It is commonly known for the myth of Count Dracula, which I can tell you didn't exist, but it is a cool story anyway.
It is wrong to compare it to the US beacuse Romania has a history, unlike America. Gas is much more expensive because we do not drop bombs on arabs to get cheap gas which we irratioanlly consume driving 5-6 liter engines in huge useless pick-up trucks.
Chicks are actually very very HOT. Unlike other comments said, people have cars that they drive around. They also walk, because distances are not ridiculously huge like in America.
Romania is famous for its leading scientists and researchers.
It also has a great soccer team and awsome gymnasts.
In romania people feel free because the rules are not riduculous as in other countries and people have a great social sense so they behave in an educated and nice manner not because the laws tell them to, but because they fell like it.
Visit romania for at least a couple of weeks and see this stuff by yourself.
People who are not open minded and too much used to an artificial political and social system will not see the beauty of this country
by Johnny001 November 01, 2005
A beautiful country which features many spectacular Medival monuments and churches.
Known for it's urban legend about Dracula.
by Stefi June 06, 2005
A wonderful country whose army occupied Hungary three times over the past one hundred years. This makes Hungarian wimps angry, so they write fake entries on this website.

The food is good, the women are pretty, and it's one of the few places in Europe where Americans are still liked.
Romania, def., a country that kicked Hungary's ass too many times to count over the past century, which makes Hungarian sisses upset so they have to write nasty entries on websites...
by truthteller1000 July 22, 2006
Romania is a beautiful country and Transilvania is a province of it.
by Remus November 09, 2003
This is in response to the 12th post about Romania. It was too disgusting and fallacious of a comment.

Contrary to the fallacies and unfounded claims that you have conjured up, the reality is...

Romania's economy growth is among one of the fastest in the European Union. By nominal GDP, Romania is the 11th largest in the EU. It is not a poor country.
Romania does not have the largest gypsy population in the world. Countries such as Bulgaria, Macedonia, Hungary, Spain, Serbia and Greece also have significant populations of gypsies. Having said that, it should have also been noted that Gypsies are not of Romanian, Spanish, Bulgarian, etc. origin, but rather have roots in northwestern India and Pakistan.

I am not even going to begin listing ACTUAL Romanian traditions, as I believe it is quite evident that what you have listed is pure rubbish and lacks essence, as well as validity.

Romania does NOT have the biggest AIDS infection rate in Europe. In fact, the infection rate per million for 2006 was 8.3, whereas Italy, for example, had an infection rate of 74.4, and Kazakhstan (since you have brought it up in other fallacious claims) had an AIDS infection rate of 117.8 per million.

Romania's literacy rate belongs to the category of greater than 97%. Other countries that are part of this category are Canada, Spain, The U.S. and France, along with others. Perhaps you are the one that is not so literate, as you have demonstrated that you were unable to verify your information from a literate source.

"They are not white people." If you are, again, implying that Romanians are "gypsies", and thus are not "white", you are once more conjuring up unreliable information. Romanians are Caucasian.

Next time you wish you insult a country and its people, do the appropriate amount of research in order to avoid looking obtuse and uninformed.
I am Romanian.
by BytheWay August 31, 2008
Eastern European country famous for Vampires and Vlad The Impailer amongst other things.
"Romania? No, she actually went this time".
by TimFS October 24, 2004

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