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It is well known that for a foreigner, Americans often look like a bunch of weird people. Solo red cups, free refills and bulk shopping are all just the tip of the iceberg, where it gets much weirder. But most interesting is how Americans ask questions of foreigners.

So when an Australian TikToker, @Voidable from Brisbane, asked people, "What's the worst thing an American has ever told you?" the multitude of questions immediately pervaded the entire social platform, with people telling stories about it.

From questions like "Do you speak European?" or "Asian?" Let's really ask ourselves if a person from Egypt lives in a pyramid, are these some of the most "serious?" questions to non-Americans. Get ready to giggle, then make sure you check out our previous post with Americans who are headless on the moon and back.

1.What country?

2.European cruise

3.Electricity in Germany


5.Egypt pyramid

6.Running our country

7.Foreign ID

8.I’m Spanish

9.Peter Pan is real



12.US history

13.Our sun is brighter

14.It snows?

15.Internet access

16.Volcano eruption

17.Florida of Europe

18.Gravity questions

19.Best country


21.Countries have presidents




25.American taught Canada is a third country


27.Do you speak European?

28.I have freedom


30.American dude

31.I’m Italian

32.Polar bears

33.Grass in Mexico

34.When's December for you?


36.Driving a lot

37.Do you watch TV?

38.It’s mercury

39.Visiting LA

40.From Libya

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@2844_panda_7438 I was once asked by an American if we have cars in Germany he thought that we ride horses lol and then I told them Germany invented cars and we have one of the best cars he was shocked lol

Quora is an ever-improving set of questions and answers used by millions of people around the world. But many users, especially beginners, find it difficult to get answers to their question.

This is because their question is not visible to people and hence the question remains unanswered. So, here we present the most effective way to ask a question on Quora and you will definitely get an answer.

In 2009, two young employees of the social network sat in a small Chinese restaurant near the Facebook office - technical director Adam d'Angelo and Charlie Cheever. Over lunch, they discussed potentially interesting niches on the Internet, where there is room for development. A small study showed that this niche is question and answer (Q&A) services. Yahoo Answers alone attracted about 50 million users each month. Only the quality of the answers was depressing: they were either from people who did not really understand the question, or they did not exist at all, d'Angelo and Cheever saw potential in this.

So this platform gave the opportunity to people to ask random questions, from the smartest to stupidest one.

1.What are some clever ways I could fully castrate myself?

2.If you had .0000000001 second before your wiener turned into a singing walrus, what would you do?

3.What would happen if the Sun turned into a tennis ball for one second?

4.I have been washing my face with my own urine for the past two weeks. My eyes have become all red and puffy. What could be the problem?

A few months later, they left the good positions in Facebook and sat down to work on their own project, which later became known as Quora. In an interview, d'Angelo said that Facebook was developing quite dynamically and there was no particular need to continue to stay in the company. “I realized that I could do more by launching something new,” he said at the time.

There were already dozens of Q&A services on the market, Wikipedia, as well as thousands of sites that were given out by Google and other search engines. Therefore, the founders of Quora set themselves a different task: to give not just an answer, but to attract people who will be able to share their own experience and knowledge. A wide circle of friends among the leaders of large Internet companies contributed to this goal.

Just a few months after the launch, Quora became popular in California, and then in the United States. D'Angelo's main goal is to bring the model they created outside the United States. With the $85 million received in the last round, he intends to launch versions in other languages, as well as actively develop monetization tools.

In 2010, after several months of development, Quora exited closed beta testing and became available to all users. Among the first questions that appeared on the site was a question from a user named "Mark Zuckerberg". He asked which startup might be an interesting takeover. Among the responses was a young company Nextstop, which was engaged in the selection of travel recommendations based on information from social networks. Later on Quora began to discuss how much the deal could cost and how someone managed to guess that this particular startup would be absorbed by Facebook.

Acquaintance with key entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley allowed the founders of Quora to immediately attract the attention of the press and users. Attention was also drawn to the story that the startup was launched by two former employees of Facebook, one of whom left the post of technical director of the social network.

Big names helped, but the young service needed content: no one would come looking for answers to a site where there weren’t even questions. Therefore, d'Angelo and Cheever wrote over a thousand questions and answers themselves under various names. They did this until the site gained a critical mass of users for self-filling.

5.If I pee on a man's pillow, will he secretly become addicted to my phonemes and in his sleep and fall deeply in love with me?

6.I've always wanted to pee on my bed after I started to enjoy peeing on myself. I’m just scared of the smell afterwards. What can I do so I can pee on the bed but keep the smell away?

7.What's your best peeing experience?

In its first year of public operation, Quora received up to half a million monthly active users and $11 million in investments. The lead investor was Benchmark Capital, and the total valuation of the service was $86 million. D'Angelo then said that the money would be used to attract new employees that are necessary for the development of the company.

At the same time, d'Angelo also had his own funds, which he accumulated during his work at Facebook. He invested not only in his own company, but also financed other projects. For example, d'Angelo is one of the first investors in the Asana service: in 2009, he joined a group of business angels who invested $1.2 million in a startup. And in 2011, he participated in the A round, during which Instagram raised $7 million In total, d'Angelo made 17 investments. One of them is in his own company.

Probably, the investment from Benchmark was necessary to test the Quora idea: the expertise of people from the outside proved that the service has the right to life.

Almost nothing is known about the life of 32-year-old d'Angelo. He attended the private school Phillips Exeter Academy. It was there that he met Mark Zuckerberg. The guys became friends and together they created the Synapse music player, which compiled playlists based on the user's preferences. D'Angelo graduated from the California Institute of Technology.

d'Angelo has a deep knowledge of computer technology and mathematics. In 2001, he placed eighth at the USA Computing Olympiad, and in 2002 he participated in the World Informatics Olympiad. Fortune magazine would later rank him as the 22nd smartest person in tech.

In 2005, d'Angello joined Facebook as an engineer. In 2008, he took over as technical director of the social network. As a bonus for his work, d'Angelo received a 0.8% stake in Facebook, the funds from which were then used for personal investments and the development of Quora.

8.Have you ever seen a woman pee?

9.How much damage could the Hulk do by farting?

10.Who could fart the loudest, the Hulk or Superman?

11.Do worms turn into snakes?

D'Angello met Charlie Cheever on Facebook. Prior to that, he worked at Amazon. Now Cheever is listed as an adviser to Quora: he stepped away from active management of the company in 2012. The official reason for leaving is the desire to relax.

Along with d'Angelo and Cheever, several other Facebookers left to make Quora. Rebekah Koch, who was one of the lead designers at Facebook, moved to the same position at Quora. The company also brought in Kevin Dera, another social media engineer. As of the beginning of 2011, the audience of the service reached 500 thousand registered users, at that time 18 employees worked in the company. For further development again needed money.

In 2012, PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel led a $50 million round B. He invested $30 million of his own money without using the Founders Fund. “Thiel was one of the first people to support Facebook. Then it helped us a lot. He understands these companies," said d'Angelo.

The head of Quora then invested $ 20 million of personal funds in the company. Quora's valuation rose to $400 million. The company planned to spend the funds received on further development and popularization of the service.

12.How do parent snakes feed baby snakes?

13.How will my cat react if she finds my poop in her litter?

14.Do birds poop on cars intentionally?


15.When will Jesus come back?


16.What do you think about, when you think about thinking?


17.My MacBook Air weighs 2.3 pounds.If I download more files on it,will it make it heavier?


18.Bollywood :Does Rakhi Sawant deserve Oscars?


19.What’s the difference between a secret admirer and a stalker?


20.Why can’t I have a conversation with a girl inspite of being extremely proficient in science and math?


21.My girlfriend is asking me to choose between my startup and her.What should i do?

22.A girl from my school slept in my Minecraft bed with me on a Minecraft server. Does this mean she likes me?

23.I cheated on my Minecraft girlfriend with a girl on Roblox, and she found out. I don't want to lose them both. How do I keep the relationship?

24.Have you ever seen a woman pee?

25.Is it true that girls cannot pee standing up? If so, why?

26.Hygiene: Do women pee in the shower?

27.How does is it feel to pee when you are a woman?

28.Is it true that German people laugh?

29.What are babies made of?

30.Are babies real or made up?

31.Do babies know that they are babies, or do they not recognize age?

32.Why do people enter our lives, only to leave again?

33.Is Kai from EXO gay?

34.Do people actually laugh a lot after typing LOL?

35.What if an alien species makes humans their pets?

36.What would flat-Earthers do if they found out the Earth is round and vice versa?

37.Why do I still love my ex-boyfriend when he dumped me?

38.What do I do immediately after I cut the palm of my hand horizontally with a knife?

39.How could I stop crying over BTS?

40.Why should we sleep everyday?

41.How can I kill sperm inside my body?

42.Does sperm increase a woman’s butt or hips?

43.Does sex change the butt size?

44.Why are males’ butts different from females’ butts?

45.Is it appropriate to look at a girl's butt?

46.Girls, how do you feel when a guy touches your butt?

47.What does a girl’s butt feel like?

48.Is it normal to be obsessed with ass?

49.I always look at girls' asses. How can I stop that?

50.Does a man sperm make you fat?

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One of the things we face online whenever we try to buy a product, be it from Amazon or from any other retailer in your country, you inevitably have to come face to face with a funny or fake written review.


There are also cases in which we have well-argued reviews, with notable strengths and disadvantages, but most of the time they are buried in a sea of other comments, if we talk about a consumer product. What's more, the comments on the products purchased were always funny. Sometimes tragic, but most of the time they put a smile on our face.


You can still find the eternal genius of grammar who gives his opinion, the IT misery expert, the impatient mother, but the typologies are not important, more the form that the review takes at the end, and in this case, many of the reviews have were assaulted by an autocorrect.


Below you can see the funniest and fake reviews on Amazon collected by Bemorepanda.


1.Bic for Her


2.Wenger 16999


3.Where is the belly button


4.WMA Blue Amazon Kindle Waterproof Case




6.Creative arts


7.Star wars




9.Overhead Rubber Penguin Mask




11.Veet for men


12.UFO Detector


13.Nexus Silent Wired Mouse


14.The Wolf of Wall Street


15.English Grammar


16.Denon Akdl1 Dedicated Link Cable


17.Modifilan Pure Brown Seaweed


18.Microsoft Winows 95


19.Uranium Ore


20.Honey Male Chastity Device


21.Air Foamposite


22.Microwave for one


23.Wreacking Balm Tattoo


24.Knuckle Blaster


25.Accoutrements Horse Head Mask


26.Hde Usb Wall Charger


27.Kgoal Smart Kegel Pelvic Floor Exerciser


28.Zenith Men's


29.The Holy Bible


30.The mountain three wolf moon




32.LG TV


33.Football ball


34.Astor Bidet Fresh Water Spray


35.Hulk Hands


36.Bluetooth Speaker




38.Solo 18




40.Soccer 2016






43.Pregnant stuff


44.Beds like ice-cream


45.Keeps the car cool


46.Lined Cat Muzzle


47.White Toilet Brush and Holder


48.Pizza Pouch


49. Trump make America great again


50.Tuscan Whole Milk



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It's strange, but people like to torment themselves from time to time by looking at sad photos and pictures, as well as by what causes them anxiety and feelings of inexplicable anxiety. By the way, there is even a scientific explanation for this: some scientists suggested that it is the preventive mechanism that gives us important information about the possible danger, while others explained this by the fact that we react to negative experiences and learn from them more than from positive ones. Considering this strange work of the human psyche, we have put together photographs for you that can be described as "pictures that make you suffer." These pictures are really painful to look at, so don't say we didn't warn you.


"My foot after wearing a wet shoe with holes for 10 hours."



It's a little disturbing to look at



It `s so sad



The shelter workers arranged a birthday party for this cat in the hope that she would be adopted, but no one came.



Personalizing the word pain



To attract the female, the hooded seal inflates a red bubble in its nose. Agree, that's another sight




In fact, the deep sea blob fish is not that ugly - most of the photos are taken after being pulled out of the water and damaging the tissues.



It turned out that the man who "transformed" the minibar with drinks in the shape of a globe ruined expensive antiques



Winter and summer in Siberia



How a tick can grow in just 2 weeks




Looking at this photo, everyone will feel a pain in their hand.



Did you know what a face MRI looks like?



“The scorpion I accidentally found in a bra before I put it on. A teaspoon for a scale "



Yeah, that's just a great idea.




Saturnia polyphemus looks like the result of crossing a moth with a tarantula



Oh yes, another genius



What could be worse than a bunch? Probably a zombie spider infected with a fungus



Vintage mannequin heads designed specifically for the dental practice



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