25 Signs You Are An Uncultured Swine
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25 Signs You Are An Uncultured Swine

Ignorance at its finest.

25 Signs You Are An Uncultured Swine

If you're one of those people who doesn't really pay attention to the world around, well listen up. You may or may not be that dumba** who says ignorant things and receives eye rolls upon eye rolls because everyone is sick of your sh*t. Here's a few signs to indicate if you're one of them.

*Caution* Article may only have satirical value to those who are not "uncultured swine"

1. Doesn't know who's running for president

2. Uses "ain't" instead of "is not"

3. Can't pronounce Ludwig Van Beethoven and Johannes Brahms without it sounding like "luhd-wig-van-bee-tho-ven" and "joe-han-nis-brams"

4. Cannot differentiate between "theater" and "theatre"

5. Thinks July 4th is the real Independence Day (when it's really July 2nd...oopsies. Snaps and Claps for America!)

6. Believes feminists hate men.

7. Believes Panda Express is real Chinese food

8. Believes education gives everyone in America an equal opportunity

9. Thinks classical music is for established old men smoking pipes

10. Believes America was founded by Christopher Columbus...(good one)

11. Judges people on their sexuality and not their personality

12. Picks their nose (Please stop)

13. Cannot differentiate between there/their/they're or your/you're (so basic)

14. Doesn't believe there is a wage gap

15. Didn't know the "Star Spangled Banner" was actually from a tune of an old English drinking song

16. Thinks fútbol is really football

17. Believes all Muslims are terrorists

18. Thinks South America is the most southern part of America

19. Watches E! News like it's the 10 o'clock news

20. Thinks Trump will be a good president

21. Thinks black culture includes fried chicken, kool-aid and a whole lotta attitude of finger-snapping hood rats

22. Believes women actually suffered during women's suffrage

23. Thinks all people who are multicultural don't celebrate traditional holidays (since when?)

24. Sees food that's un-American and says "ew"

25. Thinks Twinkies are God's gift from heaven

Times are changing. Look at the world around and notice these changes. Enlighten yourself with learning something new and stop being so damn ignorant. Thanks.

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