Stereotypes: Arabic vs German vs Indian vs Filipino

I woke up at 6 AM, had my breakfast, drank green tea, showered and then I went to gym just in time for my 8:30 AM circuit training. I followed that by a… Continue reading

Mexican Stereotypes

So let me start with less controversial and well received stereotypes and then gradually move on to the more offensive stereotypes. Mexican Parenting I love this topic. Everyone knows that the western style parenting… Continue reading

Gender Stereotypes

Let me start by saying this. I am a Man and I admit that women are far more superior then men in at least 60 % of daily activities encountered by Human beings.… Continue reading

The Emirati Stereotypes

I have been living in the United Arab Emirates for over 7 years now (few years in Dubai and few other in Abu Dhabi). I love this country and its people for many reasons; I… Continue reading

The South Korean Stereotypes

It all started on November 26, 2014 when “mixo” commented on my professional stereotypes post, saying: Hey MantisShrimp, been following your blog silently. Love your posts. Would it be possible to do stereotypes… Continue reading

Professional Stereotypes

Do you think that professional stereotypes exist? Anna : I am dating someone new🙂 Ria: Wow, really? tell me about him Anna: He is a young handsome guy, he works as a dentist, I… Continue reading

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I seldom go off-topic (away from stereotypes) and even if I do, I still write about people, men, women; about countries, possibly about laws and their effect on societies… but I don’t go off-topic,… Continue reading

Ten things I have learned from Indian men

How to get a Girl Friend? Who else could you turn to for some advice in love? The inventors of the Kamasutra; they do know it all, don’t they? So here are few… Continue reading

Arabic Stereotypes

Perhaps the most inaccurate stereotypes you might come across are those related to Arabs. Why? The Arab world hosts around 400 million people (almost 80 million more than United States’ population). The difference… Continue reading

The Lebanese Stereotypes

I wasn’t even planning to write this article this soon (certainly not before writing the Stereotypes of bigger nations like France, Italy, Russia, Sweden, Canada, Australia… etc)… why am I writing this article… Continue reading

The Perfect Woman

Imagine this… It is year 2454… You are a 25 years old man, you live on Earth in an artificial man-made dream city floating on top of the Atlantic Ocean. You are working… Continue reading

The American Stereotypes

My first encounter with American citizens was when I was 1 years old while being carried by my mom. According to my parents, everyone used to smile at me and one sweet girl… Continue reading

The Filipino Stereotypes

Love Karaoke 83 % of the Filipino women and 72 % of the Filipino men dream about becoming a famous singer… well, i just made these statistics up, but the actual numbers are… Continue reading

The Japanese Stereotypes.

It is going to be difficult to hide my fascination in the Japanese culture and the Japanese people. I grew up knowing that almost everything I am using is “Made in Japan”. The… Continue reading

The Indian Stereotypes

Before I start writing any of these Stereotype Blogs, I usually do a thorough research. While doing just that, I came across this Q&A in Yahoo about Indian Stereotypes. Let me quote a couple… Continue reading