Non-Americans Were Asked To Describe What's In American Homes. These Are Disturbingly Accurate

October 18, 2022

Someone asked the question "Non-Americans, what do you think every American person has in their house?"

I went looking for jokes, but found a bunch of people describing my home...

things every American house has

1. Peanut butter

I'm an American and it is rare that I don't have peanut butter in my home. Usually two jars.

2. Multiple different types of weird sauces

They take up 1/4 of my fridge.

3. Ranch dressing

As an American I was expecting guns, but ranch dressing hurt for some reason.

4. Drywall....lots of drywall

5. That garbage disposal thing I always see in shows and movies

Another person described it as "the switch that when you flick it it turns your sink into a blender".

6. Plastic bags

A plastic bag filled with plastic bags.

7. Air conditioning

8. Laundry and dryer...

... In my country almost everyone dries their laundry on a wire outside, so the concept of a dryer is baffling to me. I only see them in American movies and shows.

9. I'm convinced almost every american has a mountain of pillows on their bed

Not a mountain but perhaps a small hill.

10. A garage fridge

Filled with beer and frozen boxes of stuff from Costco.


11. Jeans

Is that not normal?

12. Fridge with ice dispenser built in

13. Cereal

14. Dishwasher

15. Popcorn setting on their microwave!

16. Large quantities of over-the-counter drugs in huge bottles

Like Tylenol and ibuprofen? Yes, actually.

17. Every American household has a drawer full of random stuff (dead batteries, screws, shoelaces)

Yes, it's called a junk drawer

18. Eggs IN the fridge

19. Just a literal block of cheese just chilling in the fridge

I officially feel attacked.

20. A dog!

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