Why Spaniards Are Always Late | Truth Or Cliché?


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Why Spaniards Are Always Late | Truth Or Cliché?



We confront Spaniards with the most asked and googled clichés.
Now it’s time to unveil: truth or cliché?!

#Spain #Stereotypes #Europe

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Report: Hendrik Welling
Camera: Axel Warnstedt
Edit: Hendrik Welling
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  1. just a word of caution for people watching this at work in the US…. this type of discussion can get one fired. (has already happened to someone I personally know, except in her case, she watched a YouTube video about why Brazilians are good at football….) 🙁

  2. Date several Latinas in the USA (from Brazil, Colombia and Ecuador). Good memories, no regrets.
    But if any of them was even within the hour of the agreed upon time it came close to a miracle. And no, they would not call to let you know they where running late 🙂

  3. Well, any person outside the EU and West have no concept of duty, hurry or time. Just look at food delivery guys, who talk on the phone, walk slower than at home and wave the bag

  4. What you don't seem to grasp: clishés are ALWAYS true. They are based on recurring perceptions. Examples: some say, all male hairdressers are gay. And many are. But a lot of them aren't. So a clishé always describes a part of something. And that part is true. But a clishé never represents the whole picture. Still, in and of itself, it's the truth.