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    😂😂😂So I've realised that Americans are so bloody extra, Christmas and Halloween is made such a big deal over there while across the rest of the world it's not. Also their university life is way different , they party harder and more lol, you will know if you have seen do it for state videos. I'm not trying to make it seem like it's a bad thing but I'm curious, there are some bad aspects to them being over the top like their sexualisation of everything.
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    Depends on the university tbh and whether you're involved in sports or a fraternity. :dontknow: Ime Brits are far more obsessed with alcohol.
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    Their costumes are a lot more creative over there tbh ngl
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    tbh those fraternity houses sound good fun. i wish they had them at my yoony. and cheerleaders.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    Also their university life is way different , they party harder and more lol
    No they don't lmao, have you never seen British university students? Americans wouldn't make it past pre-drinks
 
 
 
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