Top 5 Italian stereotypes which are true!

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Here is a list of 5 true stereotypes of Italians!

#1 The love for pasta is eternal! they cant live without it. Period.

Well you might meet some Italians telling you, that its not true that we only eat-pizza pasta but in reality they consume the most pasta in the world. 60 pounds a year for every man, woman and child in the country. Do you still think that they dont eat it everyday?

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#2 Impossible to talk without the hand gestures!

Italians express their love with food or hands. Why talk so much when you have cool hand gestures right?

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#3 Family comes first,Italian mama ain’t letting you go!

Family is so important in Italy that people in their 20s or 30s stay near their parents or in their parents house till the time they have a stable job to buy their own flat. Their bond is extremely strong. No matter what, they make it a point to meet up once a week to stay connected.


#4 Always late

Italians exactly know the « art of doing nothing ». They enjoy every moment and love taking it slow when it comes to their appointment or work. If you comment on their lateness, you shall always hear that they were on time but just had to take their coffee!

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#5 Football is a religion

Juventus, Milan, Inter. Italians never leave a chance to support their regional teams. Nothing is more important than a football match for them.


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