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This Indians Vs Americans Trend Shows Desis’ Funny Reaction In Same Scenario, Even You’ll Relate 

This Indians Vs Americans Trend Shows Desis’ Funny Reaction In Same Scenario, Even You’ll Relate

United States of America (USA) or America used to be a dream country for Indians where they wanted to go and settle because of the advancement that it had made in the 90s and 2000s. Whenever someone wanted to go to a foreign country for work, the first name that used to come in the mind was America however now the things have changed and people have started looking towards other nations as well. It won’t be wrong to say that after the coronavirus pandemic, the Indians are more than happy to stay in their own country as the condition of the developed nations such as USA, UK, Itlay, Spain, etc is far more pathetic than India.

Let’s leave the COVID-19 aside and try to ascertain how a person brought up in USA would and a person brought up in India would react to a similar situation. Well, it is quite obvious that the reactions would be different as there is no similarity in the culture, traditions, language and lifestyle of both the countries.
Let us make it easy for you as the twitterati has already done very hard work on this matter and we are sure that you will also find them very much relatable.

Here are some selected tweets which will explain in a very good manner the differences in the reaction of people in same situations:

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In the present scenario, it is best to stay where you are and don’t even think of travelling to USA because in the last 24 hours, around 1,62,000 new cases of COVID-19 have been recorded and if we talk about casualties then more than 354K people have lost their lives. On the other hand, 16,375 new COVID-19 cases got recorded in India in the last 24 hours which is the lowest in the last six months but more than 150K people have lost their lives in India to this disease.

Do you find these tweets relatable, do let us know?

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