The True Stereotypes Across The World
Stereotypes! It’s a word that usually means bad things. This country is dangerous, that country is bad, these people are horrible. You know how it goes. But what about the stereotypes that are actually good, the ones that if they’re true then it’s actually a good thing. We explored Japan New Zealand Thailand and Brazil to explore the positive stereotypes and not the negative ones.
Speaking of Tokyo, it is a beautiful place with all it’s mind boggling places and locations but we’re not talking about the beauty of Tokyo. The story of today is about how safe Tokyo is to live in. It can be called as the safest place in the world.
In Tokyo if you literally put your expensive drone bag across the street unattended, no one would pick it up or pay attention to it. Even if you put your phone unattended across the street no one would touch it. In other countries people might think they would get rich or rather bombed if the pick you bag but that is not the case in Tokyo. No one would give a shit.
Tourists often say that in New Zealand, nothing bad happens. In other countries news tell you about disturbances, troubles and bad happenings but in New Zealand the case is much different. Here’s an example of newscast:
“In New Zealand the following news articles are real.
Flock of sheep sub scotch bad baseball pitch triggers brawl. Man busted for driving a picnic table wild drunk. Yes feature of golf course heading to court. Police find suspicious towel on the ocean and perfectly cut lemons wash ashore. In other countries the news will stress you out and a New Zealand the news will chill you out.”
This country where the crime is remarkably low and peaceful, there are more sheep than human beings and the news aren’t source of stress and tension rather they are about healthy current affairs.
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