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'A Little Bit Plump,' 'Loud' And Other Ways People Spot Americans Abroad

06/11/2015 04:29 pm ET | Updated Jun 12, 2015

Americans are apparently "plump," "jumpy," "travel in groups" and "think they own the world," according to bystanders from other countries. Oh, and they go to McDonald's a lot.

A YouTube video from user sw yoon asks people from around the world how to spot an American. Apparently, there are a few telltale signs:

Americans are beasts in the gym...

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...but we need our fuel.

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We're not the best at weather forecasts...

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...but daaayum, we smell GOOD.

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