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Stereotypes Colombians Can’t Stand Hearing

Colombia has been declared “the happiest country in the world” on several occasions. But there are certainly plenty of things that make us Colombianos less than happy, like being asked if we carry coke at all times ?. Wanna see Colombianos smile again? Then stay clear of these stereotypes…

All Colombians Sound the Same

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Few things are more annoying than having complete strangers say you don’t sound Colombian because you don’t have that accent. News flash: we’re not all from the same region.

All Colombian Women Look Like This

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Colombian women come on all shapes and sizes, including ladies of Afro and indigenous descendent. Oh yeah, not all of us got boob jobs for our quinces either.

Colombians are Addicted to Coffee

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Every Colombian is a Drug Dealer

Colombian Women are Easy

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Colombians are Only Good at Fútbol

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While Colombia made it to the 2014 World Cup and played fairly well (James Rodriguez is like a God), soccer is not the only sport Colombians dominate. Catherine Ibargüen from Apartadó, Colombia is a Summer Olympics medalist in the high jump; tennis player Marianna Duque from Bogotá high rank sits at 90 worldwide and Rigoberto Urán won second place in the 2014 Giro D’Italia.

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Every Colombian Abuses Cocaine

Colombia is a Third-World Country Where Tourists Get Kidnapped

 

Colombians are Only Made of Mulatos Dancing Salsa

Colombia = Guerrillas and Paramilitaries

Colombia is a Caribbean Country

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Every Colombian is a Party Animal

Colombian Food is Spicy because All Latin Food is Spicy, Duh

Colombianos, what’s the most annoying stereotype you’ve heard? mitú wants to know. Let us know in the comments below. 

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