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Nothing, its just you.

I seem to be hearing more reports of "Ugly American"
sightings in A'dam these days of late. Have the drunken frat
boys taken over or are people just more prone to commenting on
American behavior in light of recent events? I dread the sight
or sound of pumped up 19 year old American males so much so that
I am suggesting to my travelling companion that we avoid all
the "hot spots" with websites and just kick it between
Rotterdam and The Hauge. Are there fun places left in A'dam that
primarily locals and expats with open minds go to? You can never
step into the same river twice and I fear the Amsterdam of my
youth has turned into a place overflowing with American dorks.
Thank god no one ever suspects my true nationality. I am reluctant
to share this with too many people but Vietnam is still a gorgeous
and fun place to partake of the local and ever so cheap bud!


Well, you're only as ugly as you feel and obviously you have some issues of self loathing. You might as well go to the Nam then.
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