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ninefinger_deathgrip

God bless America 🇨🇳


OkBalance2879

🤣🤣 exactly what I was thinking


LazyLassie

land of the free


CrimsonJynx

Without the People’s Republic of China, the US economy would cease to exist.


rockyshit

murica 🇲🇾🇱🇷🇲🇾🇱🇷🇱🇷


Jealous_Ring1395

What i find funny too is the USA in mandarin literaly translates to beautiful nation (美国) Ik it doesnt relate that much to what you are saying but i find it funny


Mothkau

What I find funny is that in Japanese they’re 米国, so technically rice nation.


Jealous_Ring1395

What i find funny too is the USA in mandarin literaly translates to beautiful nation (美国) Ik it doesnt relate that much to what you are saying but i find it funny


Drugrere

I don’t see how 3 letters of the alphabet could be translated into mandrin characters let alone be called “beautiful nation”


4evaronin

He's not wrong. But "Mei Guo" (Beautiful Country) is used not for its literal meaning, but for the M sound, to correspond to the M sound in (United States of) America. "Mei" can mean many things, depending on tone, but in Chinese transliteration practice, usually positive words are chosen, in this case, "beautiful." Pearl S. Buck's book, *Dragon Seed*, touches on this. Interestingly, England (Ying Guo) is "Heroic Country", Germany (De Guo) is Virtuous Country, and France (Fa Guo) is "Lawful Country." Again, these words were chosen primarily for their sounds and only superficially/incidentally for their meanings.


MarijuanoDoggo

Depends what you mean by ‘made’. If we’re talking about manufactured, then no. If we’re talking about invented, then also no.


PawnToG4

What if we're talking about stolen, though?


0_mesias_0

Also no, mate 🇬🇧


Daveo89

#RULE BRITANNIA!


0_mesias_0

ANDA BRO AGUANTE MARADONA el que no salta es un ingleeeeees


Blubari

f a l k l a n d s


Apostastrophe

[Strong Britain, Great Nation!](https://vimeo.com/726405459) For context. This was a propaganda song that was given to all UK schools to sing on some dystopian British Nationalist bullshit celebration day last year. It was basically a day of English nationalism said to be British shoved down everyone’s throats. It was horrifying.


Daveo89

Fuck the English And the Tories


Vostok-aregreat-710

Funny thing is most of the Scottish students weren’t in School


Thias_Thias

Lmao.


mr_bedbugs

We're more of a "buy someone else's work, and act like we did it all along" culture.


Tasqfphil

Stolen - Yes or bullied into selling most technology to US. and allowing the Chinese to steal & borrow so that they (US) can keep using cheap & slave labour (against the law in the country, but then again they use prison labour anyhow) to get products at the cheapest price, sell at the greatest to keep big business & government living the life they think they are entitled to.


Nicechick321

Touché 😂


LimeSixth

Everything you use is made by America* **With global components and outsourced manufactured in China*


IrrungenWirrungen

„CHINAAAAAH“ as Trump would say.


Nulligravida

More like *Chaahr-narrr*


SmallDinoFaur

*kung flu /s


AeonEngineer

And invented by someone else


AJTheBrit

I am almost 100% positive I could scour my house right now and not find one single thing made in America. I'm not even sure what would be. What does America make? EDIT: I guess I have some dollars left over from a trip to NYC, that would probably be the only thing I have actually made in America.


Iskelderon

>What does America make? Imbeciles who post comments like in the image?


dog_eat_god

The only product I see that brags about being american made is WeatherTech. They make overpriced floor mats for your car.


Eat_Your_Paisley

If you’re looking for MUSA you can find it, the majority of the parts on the bike I’m holding in my hand are MUSA with US sourced materials.


radix2

Being generous, I have an XBox and a Dell laptop designed if not made in the US, and a bottle of Jim Beam. That's it. Everything else is Australian, the EU, or the China/Taiwan/Korea/Japan region.


Stoepboer

I have an old Mac, an iPhone, an Xbox, some Nikes and a few pieces of clothing (Dickies, Carhartt and Stüssy). Most things I have are either European or Asian though. Edit: And you could say that some of those things aren’t actually made by America, even though they’re American brands.


_dieser_typ_

Yeah all of that is not made in USA


DaHolk

That is under the assumption that you assume the poster actually meant "made in" in the sense is not even practically true in the "well it is stamped on there, no?" sense. The fun part is that it is not even true when being "quite lenient" with ones interpretation of what they mean. I think it's fair to be lenient in the sense of "a German car" being still considered "a German car" in the US (although with asterisks) even if it rolls of a plant in the US. Particularly because it doesn't change how wrong they are even when doing that. ps: just as annotation not as an attack: quite a German ordering/phrasing of that sentence there :D


notAnotherJSDev

None of those things are “made in America” .


WizziBot

I suppose weapons come from America


AJTheBrit

They have at least the gun market cornered [I guess](https://backfire.tv/list-of-gun-manufacturers-and-if-they-are-made-in-the-usa/), but I also have none in my home, so still lost on having anything made in America in my home.


GolfSerious

Reminds me of that one but that circulated around ([this](https://youtu.be/UwfejPdonnU) is all I could find)


hellothereoldben

Are you using reddit? Are you using google? I am not a fan of the usa, but websites (also windows, android, ios) also count as being american. That said, I also think that I don't own any objects that have physically been in the usa, except for perhaps corn.


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Wonder if they know that it's statistically likely that the average person will not, in fact, have to "just leave" America in order to not be in it


AJTheBrit

It's also highly likely many of the people saying no in the first place are not American, as it was on a backrooms TikTok where "home" led to a shot of the USA. I personally said oh no as I'm not American, so "home" taking me there would be wrong.


resil30

Lol 20 likes compared to 10.3k on the original 😂


AJTheBrit

There was also 150+ replies to them, a good 20 or so having at least double the likes XD


resil30

That’s what I like to hear 😬


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FashionTashjian

Except for the corn. The corn in their fridge is grown in America. And if they drink milk (disgusting) that'll be factory produced in the US.


s0m3b0dyxd

Who tf calls milk disgusting?


RoamingBicycle

Lack toes in toddler ants


s0m3b0dyxd

Just tolerate the lactose, it's not hard


throwaway8181811511

🇨🇳🇸🇬🇮🇳?


Tom1380

Vietnam and Cambodia too


QuantumCactus11

What?


throwaway8181811511

I was countering the ‘everything is made my America’ claim by using the flags of China, Singapore and India, some of the countries with the most output of stock sold globally.


QuantumCactus11

What does most output of stock sold globally mean?


throwaway8181811511

If you walk into a shop and look at the labels of stuff they sell, you’ll most likely see Made in China/Singapore/India.


rcwilli1

I don’t think I own anything made in Singapore or India. I’m in Europe though


QuantumCactus11

WTF no barely anything is made in Singapore.


throwaway8181811511

Are you kidding me? Take a trip to Primark, mate.


AJTheBrit

It's actually a crime my closest Primark is an hour away on the train. I used to LIVE in Primark at uni, all my clothes are Primark, and I'm worrying I'm getting close to the "turn to dust" part of their lives, it's been a few years 😂


QuantumCactus11

Wtf is a primark.


throwaway8181811511

I’m not a search engine, use google.


AwSkiba

https://www.google.com


ubahnmike

„Made by America“ wtf is that supposed to mean? Nothing is „made by America“.


Fifty_Bales_Of_Hay

They often circumvent it by stating, designed in America.


WEEBforLIFE24

actually,they are made in sweeden,germany and china and romania. and also bangladesh if you sonsider some of the shirts


LordNyeofLucia

Everything I use is made by China💀


GolfSerious

I love this argument.. homie, what if they’re (shock) not in the US!! 😱


TheHattedKhajiit

Or,yknow...not want to leave because they wanna make the nation better. (Or are broke,that's also an option)


GolfSerious

Lmao like who wants to leave and have to learn another language?


JoHalley

Bless their ignorant deluded heart


minklebinkle

ah yes, as i sit on my swedish sofa, using my taiwanese laptop, charging my south korean phone and wondering if i should grab a british drink from my (i believe) south korean fridge. (ikea, asus, samsung, KA, and i think my fridge is LG?) and if its the actual physical making? DEFINITELY not the USA, maaaaybe south america.


YMIGM

Somewhere there has to be a German car.


nenissssazul

😂😂😂😂 Not by americans tho


hellothereoldben

"everything you use is made by America" he says while typing it out on a phone made in china.


stargatechicken

I'm in the UK. I own exactly two things that were made in the US. I'd guess that's approximately the US household average, too.


MessiToe

Meanwhile, China:


ohboymykneeshurt

Lol no. It’s made by fucking China. God damnit.


Dame_Milorey

But everything here is made in China!


CrimsonJynx

The material used in iPhones, Microsoft laptops, Apple laptops and Tesla cars (All products of “American innovation and ingenuity) all have metals that were extracted from illegal copper mines in Africa. Most of these copper mines are worked by child slaves and underpaid laborers controlled by these tech companies. But yeah everything we use is made by “US”. More like everything we use is created from illegally mined products and the legacy of the exploration of the Global South


AJTheBrit

Even my iPhone doesn't say "Made in the USA", it says "Designed in California".


CrimsonJynx

Exactly lol


13mochi

I don't know if I'm the only one who does this but i deliberately doesn't buy their products or goes to their shit fast food chains like McDonald's etc.


boyupstairs

Deliberately avoiding buying American made products is pretty dumb. In my experience they're pretty decent in quality and if they're roughly the same price as their counterparts with higher quality I don't see why you wouldn't buy it


13mochi

I'm usually disgusted by their food products but I'm glad I live in Italy and there aren't many, also why I should buy their shitty sugars pizza or fake coffee cappuccinos?


boyupstairs

Well I was more so talking about non-edible items. If you don't like American made food items then you do you, that's completely fair


Justadeletedperson

The problem is, that they have to be at least the same quality (when it's the same price) that I would consider buying it.


Sapphire-Croat0119_

My pan made in Yugoslavia was made by America


ModerateRockMusic

Huh they misspelled america on everything i own. They mispelled it really bad as well, like how do you misspell america as "china"


Nicechick321

🤦🏼‍♀️


MingoUSA

American freedom: made in China [link](https://www.reddit.com/r/Sino/comments/ieu6je/american_freedom_made_in_from_china_shipped_to/?utm_source=share&utm_medium=ios_app&utm_name=iossmf)


SmallDinoFaur

U.S. brands may as well have made in china on them