How To Annoy People In Different Countries In 10 Illustrations

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By Amanda Froelich Truth Theory

Stereotypes rarely serve a purpose other than to divide, but in this case, the following illustrations actually offer educational insight — as well as hilarity.

Illustrated by Cale, the artist behind the popular webcomic Things In Squares, the following illustrations reveal how to annoy anyone from a diverse range of backgrounds. A tad bit humorous, they also inform about cultural norms many of us break without giving it a second thought.

For instance, to upset a Japanese individual, wear shoes into their home. And to annoy an American? Serve them a decent-sized healthy meal. If you desire to pester a Canadian, just assume they are American and you’ll have made an enemy for life.

Did the artist get it right? Scroll through the illustrations and comment your thoughts below!

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