Non American user what are your impressions of various American regions? Are...

Jose Powell
Jose Powell

Non American user what are your impressions of various American regions? Are there any that you lartiularly like or dislike? Are there any that find interesting, bewilder you, or you just have no idea what goes on there?

US regions are a bit fluid and undefined but I’d sum them up as
New England
Mid Atlantic
Dixie
Appalachia
Midwest
Great plains
Rockies
Southwest
Pacific coast

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Dylan Baker
Dylan Baker

My mom usually watch a show about a family of inbred (or maybe just ugly) alaskans living in the woods

Kayden Ramirez
Kayden Ramirez

He looks gay (and I like it)

Juan Wood
Juan Wood

New England
Looks civilised and comfy
Mid atlantic
You own the ocean now?
Dixie
le funny accent
Appalachia
A friend of mine is from there, apparently it's a right shithole
Midwest
People live there?
Rockies
I wanna go exploring there
Southwest
I wanna go exploring there
Pacific coast
Gets better the farther north you go as with most places

Kayden Torres
Kayden Torres

Let me eat olives off your tiny med twink body

Joseph Smith
Joseph Smith

Appalachia is very nice and comfy, only west virginia is a shithole becuase all the mines were removed by faggots

Chase Lewis
Chase Lewis

New York: Looks like Sao Paulo. But Manhattan is amazing

Alabma: retarded racist rednecks

California: mexicans

Thats is

Andrew Edwards
Andrew Edwards

You forgot non-Mainland region (Alaska, Hawaii, Puerto Rico)

Jason Miller
Jason Miller

Mid atlantic is where a lot of the big cities are. Its basically the northeast states that don't count as New England.
New York
New Jersey
Delaware
Eastern Pennsylvania
Maryland

Asher Gomez
Asher Gomez

right, I know about two of those
I can't really wrap my head around something the size of New York desu, it's all very impressive to me

Nathan Hall
Nathan Hall

Too be fair upstate New York is basically New England I guess.

The joke about Western Pennsylvania and Northern New York is that they're basically Alabama except without black people.
Even true for parts New Jersey where I grew up.

Great people, mid atlantic gets a worse reputation then it deserves because all the kikes live here.

Isaiah Martinez
Isaiah Martinez

Also, would texas be part of the south west on your list? I often imagine it as its own thing
Anyway I've been watching videos like this lately and the west impresses me greatly
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Where I live there's always hills nearby blocking your view so you can't see very far away

Juan Reyes
Juan Reyes

texas is kind of the keystone between dixie, southwest and midwest. I would have to say its a more dixie than anything else but its slowly turning into southwest

Jackson Torres
Jackson Torres

USA
Close to based
Texas
Based

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Grayson Stewart
Grayson Stewart

I've ben to arizona once and California only twice, otherwise spent my entire life living across the east coast so I probably know about as much about the west as you.

Texas should probably be its own region desu, though I'd divide it up between southwest, great plains, and dixie.

Cooper Moore
Cooper Moore

D-daddy

Aiden Watson
Aiden Watson

le funny accent
why does everyone think southern accents are funny? It just because it's associated with hillbillies?

Texas is kind of its own category. It's sort of southern but with very western settler/ latin American/cowboy influences. It's not a part of the old south, like where I'm from. I always make the comparison that Texans wear cowboy hats, while those further southeast wear john deere hats.

Andrew Gutierrez
Andrew Gutierrez

appalachia is known as the asscrack of the us for good reason. unemployment, poverty, illiteracy, opioid abuse all over the place. everyone i've ever met from there were raised there and relieved to get out.

Jason Wright
Jason Wright

Spot on actually, I’m impressed
t. Marylander

because all the mines were closed by faggots
t. has no idea of the toll of human suffering and pollution of coal mining
Are you LARPing as a subhuman as some sort of aspiration, or do you have natural talent

Henry Collins
Henry Collins

subhuman
subhuman nigger from baltimore calls someone else subhuman
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Joshua Hill
Joshua Hill

New England
It seems to be the most beautiful one along with the northern Pacific coast. It's also the oldest historical region of the USA. If I could live anywhere in America it'd be here.
Mid Atlantic
Same as New England. But I dislike the big urban centres. They remind me of São Paulo.
Dixie
Seems to be the most different one. The people seem awkward, but I don't know much about them other than through stereotypes. Dixie seems rather unappealing.
Appalachia
I don't know much about this region. I understand the people who live here were seen as poor and strange by the people in the coasts. It seems a distant place overall.
Midwest
I know very little about the eastern states around the lakes. The western part seems very distant and still.
Great plains
It's close to what I'd imagine of a quiet interior.
Rockies
I know very little other than seeing some images. It seems beautiful, though.
Southwest
It seems somewhat alien. The image of a desertic land isn't very appealing to me. But it might be just my ignorance.
Pacific coast
I dislike California. I know it's wealthy but also becoming a leftist shithole. Oregon and Washington seem to be very beautiful and places worth visiting along with New England and the Mid Atlantic.

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