“Bleisure” seems to be the buzzword on the lips of many travelers who happen to be working on the go. However, you know what they say: “work hard, play hard.” It seems like Belize is the perfect place to do this, especially with this beautiful overwater bungalow.
There are many countries in the world who are catering towards individuals who are looking for some “bleisure.” In case you didn’t know, this is a combination of “business” and “leisure,” meaning work trips that allow travelers to still enjoy the finer things in life.
It appears that Belize is the latest hot spot to achieve this goal, and now, people are even creating a new buzzword in honor of this Central American country: “Belizesure.” This has sparked a new trend in Belize.
In fact, Belize’s tourism board is trying very hard to attract workers from abroad who want to work, but in a relaxing environment. This has paved the way for the Belizesure Coworking Bungalow.
This is a place where guests can open up their laptops and work like any other day, while still enjoying the sun, beach and everything else that the tropical country has to offer.
If you are desperate enough to want to reach this beautiful destination, then one can take part in a competition. Only three winners will get the chance to be flown out to Belize and experience the overwater bungalow in its full glory.
It’s a five day trip on Tobacco Caye, a remote island resort. You have to send an e-mail to email@example.com and who knows, maybe Belizesure will make your dreams come true.
Of course, you can pay for the trip and book a room at the bungalow. However, this takes nothing away from the fact that winning a competition is so much more rewarding. Treat yourself!
40+ Photos That Make Us Question What They Teach In Schools In The States
America is one of the leading nations when it comes to technological advancements. However, the same can’t be said for some of its citizens. The people on this list are so foolish, it makes you wonder just how bad the American education system really is. Keep scrolling to see for yourselves…
The Northern and Southern hemispheres are divided right in the center, with one being cold and the other hot. However, when someone on Reddit commented on the Southern hemisphere, there came a reply from a person who mistook the Southern hemisphere for the Mason Dixon line.
Texas is in the United States, which is located on the Northern side. Whoever answered this should have stayed in class if they didn’t want to embarrass themselves online. At least you get some anonymity online and people won’t laugh at you in real life.
Watching sports — be it tennis, baseball, or football — is one of the biggest sources of entertainment you can come across, and as long as you pay attention, you’ll begin to understand the rules of each sport after watching a few games or matches. This American believed that it would be too difficult to explain American football to others outside of the country.
The real reason it probably takes people so long to understand the sport is because it’s so barbaric. In any event, the OP doesn’t even realize that Europe and South America are continents so we find it hard to believe that they understand the world of football.
Bidet or Water Fountain?
Alright, we’ll try to give this next person the benefit of the doubt considering that America hasn’t really embraced bidets the way Europe has. Why? Well, bathrooms in the U.S. aren’t really built for bidets. So, when this Instagram user came across a bidet in a foreign bathroom, you can guess how it all went downhill. Mistaking the bidet for a water fountain, this woman tried getting close for a drink.
With all the fecal matter that fills the air in the bathroom, you know how disgusting it is the closer you get. So, when someone puts their face close to the toilet, it’s sure to make anyone gag. How did she not notice it’s a toilet?
It’s no surprise that Americans are some of the most overconfident people around — to the point that it oftentimes borders on arrogance. Someone decided to make a post saying they drank water for free at restaurants only to flex on Europeans. If you’re firing shots, though, be prepared to get hit back because the internet isn’t as soft as you think.
It wasn’t long before someone clapped back to point out that Europeans get free healthcare, while Americans do not. Who flexes with water anyway? Now you know what to say when you get into an argument with a dumb American.
Here’s an example of a person who really seems to be lacking in brain cells. What this dude doesn’t know is that the ancestors of living Native Americans arrived in what is now the U.S. at least 15,000 years ago — possibly much earlier.
When the Europeans arrived, there was a huge decline in the Native American population due to new diseases that they had no immunity to, wars, ethnic cleansing, and enslavement. After its formation, the U.S. continued to wage war and perpetrate massacres against many Native American peoples, removing them from their ancestral lands in the process.
What Even Is Scotland?
Imagine being so dumb that you don’t even know what countries exist outside of the United States. This person was under the assumption that Scotland is not a country, so you may be wondering if they ever went to school. If they did, then they must have skipped out on every single geography class.
At least they still had the smarts to check their facts and when realizing they were wrong, they apologized for thinking Scotland wasn’t a country. It still doesn’t excuse the fact that they have probably never looked at a map before.
How to Tell Time
In the real world, there are two ways in which you can tell the time. There’s the more standard 12-hour clock, which is used by everyone, and the other is the 24-hour clock — or military time as some may call it. Despite what some may think, the 24-hour clock is still a very common way to tell the time.
Not this person, though. He decided to check the time on someone’s phone. When he saw that it read 17:22, he decided to take a screenshot and post it online, ridiculing it as fake.
Boston Tea Party, Anyone?
Protesters can be annoying — or helpful, depending on what they’re protesting. Unfortunately, though, it’s easy for these protests to turn into violent riots. If communicated properly, these protests can bring about some change if a higher ruling power sees that the majority supports what the protestors are fighting for.
This American citizen commented on a post, claiming that America was not started by protestors. Naturally, someone responded to that comment, reminding the uneducated Facebook user about the Boston Tea Party, in which a large group of protestors dumped chests of tea into the Boston Harbor.
Who Wrote the Bible?
The Old Testament was written over a thousand years before Jesus was even born. Aside from that, the bible wasn’t written by Jesus but rather by his disciples.
According to religious scholars, it was Moses who wrote the first five books of the Bible. And on top of that, Jesus was born in Nazareth, Israel — meaning that he was not American. But, what do we know about history, sweaty (sweety)?
America has been the butt of many jokes because they use the imperial system of measurement. They also have a habit of making fun of others for using the metric system, in reality, that’s what most of the world uses. Very few countries globally use the imperial system.
This dumb individual made a Tumblr post that poked fun at the word, Celsius. This, of course, earned a savage reply. Without one word, Tumblr user @zarryfooksquad posted a picture of a map, showing how much of the world uses Celsius versus how much of it uses Fahrenheit.
Now, people should be proud of where they come from. America has a rich history, and people fought hard for independence. The iconic U.S.A. flag that most of us know represents that newfound freedom. Unfortunately, despite the fact that this particular individual is American, they apparently have no idea what the flag looks like — further proving just how ignorant some people can be.
Especially since this person seems so proud to be American, and wants to wave it in everyone’s face. If only they hadn’t mistaken the Liberia flag for the American flag…
Just because a currency is used in one country doesn’t mean that’s what the majority of the world uses. This might have been what this upstanding U.S. citizen thought when he replied to someone who asked, “What’s a real currency?”
They replied that the U.S. dollar is the most valuable currency to the point that, if you had $50,000, you’d be a millionaire in London or France. Twitter user @VanEmman tried to correct the guy by explaining that both pounds and euros are worth more than the dollar. Unfortunately, our friend still didn’t understand and mistook the pound for the unit of mass.
This certain individual made fun of the rest of the world for their lack of proper plumbing. In reality, this individual is far too uneducated to realize that America isn’t the only developed country.
We’re glad that someone called the OP out, explaining that there are plenty of other places in the world that are developed aside from America. Europe has normal plumbing, plus a better educational system. Perhaps the OP should ponder that for a second…
Here we have yet another post about using Celsius instead of Fahrenheit. According to this Facebook post, the rest of the world is stupid for using Celsius to measure temperature. Well, sir, if it really doesn’t make any sense, then why do you think that everyone outside of the United States seems to prefer using Celsius?
They also claimed that the U.S. is the one supporting all the other nations when it’s actually one of the countries with the most accumulated debt. This earned a simple yet effective reply of the f-bomb followed by the word stupid.
Alright, it’s time to educate some folks. There’s no denying that The Beatles is one of the best bands to ever grace the world, but it was part of the first British invasion during the mid-1960s. Now, not only was Queen formed after that, but the band was completely made up of Brits.
Sure — the band became popular in the United States during the second British invasion, but Queen’s members couldn’t have been more English if they tried… as much as America would like to claim the band as their own. Do your research, people!
Bugger Off, Then
Here you can see two Facebook users having a gentlemanly conversation amongst themselves about weapon safety and control. Ya know, because America has one of the worst track records in regard to this issue.
So, when Panama finally proposed proper weapon control, someone couldn’t help but brag about it. The OP replied by telling them to bugger off to Panama then. The guy from Panama again replies, “I am in Panama. This is FB (Facebook).”
There’s nothing more American than fast food. According to this Twitter post, someone doesn’t seem to have had the best experience while visiting a local Burger King. For some reason, they didn’t like the fact that there was one single worker in the restaurant and claimed that this was happening everywhere in Ohio.
They blamed this change on socialism, which a different Twitter user then roasted them for. After all, Americans really will blame anything that hinders them from getting their hands on a big, fat Whopper.
Listen, people — if you post something that’s factually wrong, then be prepared for the army of internet users that’ll call you out. This post is the perfect example. One Facebook user boasts about the fact that America is the reason the rest of the world has cars. Uh… no.
While America is now one of the largest automobile producers, the first country to ever produce an automobile was Germany in 1888. So, technically, we can all thank Germany.
Americans Don’t Have Accents
The way a certain someone speaks gives us insight into where they originally came from. This can be seen in mannerisms and most commonly, accents. When an individual speaks a foreign language, their native tongue still has some effects when it comes to pronunciation.
Ignorantly, this person seems to think that everyone outside of America has an accent and that Americans don’t have one. Have you ever been to or met people from New York? Chicago? Alabama? Apparently not.
Let’s be real — Americans definitely lack knowledge in the geography department. Even so, imagine how slow you have to be not to know that Rome is the capital of Italy. Has this person been living under a rock their whole life?
Considering that they didn’t know about Rome, Italy before watching the news, this individual also probably doesn’t know that Georgia the country exists.
This is another example that proves Americans don’t even know much about the country they reside in. A simple Instagram conversation with a Californian is all it took for this Rhode Islander to regret ever talking to them.
Where exactly does this Californian think Rhode Island is located? Perhaps they were thrown off by the “Island” part. Either way, let’s just hope that this Cali-living individual has since learned where Rhode Island is located.
What’s it to You, Rod?
Global warming is a dangerous concern for many environmentalists — and currently, there has been a rise in the number of people who are showing concern for this ever-growing problem. Only not all of them are smart enough to recognize the scale at which global warming has targeted the world.
When Rod Stewart showed concern that we were too late to stop global warming, someone replied by saying that he shouldn’t be worried because he’s not American. Is anyone else shaking their head right now?
Fourth of July
There’s a reason that the Fourth of July is known as American Independence Day and not as the global Independence Day. Some people think otherwise and this individual is a perfect example.
Why would someone celebrate America’s independence if they’re not even from that country? Do people even think before they post, or is that expecting too much?
America sure loves to make fun of others when, in reality, people view America and its citizens as a walking-breathing meme. Outside of America, people use the same format for dates — with the day first followed by the month and year.
So, when Tom Holland posted 14/1/2021 on his timeline, it didn’t take long for a line of dumb Americans to make fun of the format. Some Twitter users called British people weird while the thicker ones wondered whether or not there are other months after December.
Americans are very loud when it comes to voicing their love for the country. Whenever the chance arrives for them to show off and demean other countries, you can be sure they won’t miss it. But, when you make a mistake in the message you’re posting, then be sure to get made fun of.
So when this gal made a sign boasting about America saying that “it’s the best country in the nation,” it didn’t take long for the internet to turn it into a meme.
Just Use the Garden
When you move into a new home, you look for space that can accommodate all your furniture and appliances, including the fridge. However, when this person found a lack of fridges in the homes that she was looking up online, she became confused.
How do you even think that British people don’t have any place to store their perishable goods? You’re paying for the house rather than the appliances, so why would they give you a refrigerator? The dry and sarcastic reply that came after speaks for everyone reading this.
Sheesh, Americans really don’t like stepping out of their comfort zone, do they? Why is it so hard for them to grasp a different measurement system, one that’s used by almost the majority of the world?
When an airline released a statement that said the maximum bag weight for passengers would be seven kilograms, it didn’t take long for an American with a walnut-sized brain to come after it. They ridicule how the world uses kilograms instead of pounds. It’s only stupid when someone speaks badly about the things they do not understand.
When it comes to healthcare, the American system is the source of many jokes due to how expensive it is. So, when an American made fun of Europe by posting about how much the doctors suck, you can be sure that it got a few laughs out of the European health committee.
They stated that if you ever got a broken leg in Europe, then you’d be out of luck. Imagine thinking a doctor wouldn’t be able to heal a broken leg just because they’re British. How stupid can one person be?!
As we go further into this list, you may feel your brain diminishing further — and we apologize, because this next one is a doozy. Americans have found another thing to criticize and this time, it’s a page. It’s not even a real page but rather a page on the internet.
Naturally, it was an American who asked whether or not the page they were looking at was foreign. Someone came in with a witty and sarcastic reply saying it was the internet. However, it seemed to have gone over the first person’s head.
Time and time again, Americans have tried to undermine Europe but the only ones being clowned are the Americans themselves. Someone tried to make another jab at Europe and surprise — it’s about healthcare again.
They speak about Europe being unaware of what goes on outside its borders when it’s the opposite, but what gave fuel to the fire is when they called Europe a third-world country. For those of you that don’t know, Europe is a continent… and it’s quite developed.
Countries or Continents?
Queen B is an icon with a voice to match so it’s not surprising to find out that she reached No. 1 across 100 countries. This left one Twitter user scratching their scalp in confusion because they didn’t understand that there are actually more than seven countries.
What makes it even worse is the fact that they tried naming them and only came up with Africa, Europe, and Asia — after which they admitted to forgetting the rest. It seems like they mixed up countries and continents.
Some Americans think that they are the most advanced in society, and many of them are under the impression that people from other countries live a much “simpler” life. This text exchange shows just how uneducated some people are, as the American asked the Brit whether or not they have televisions over in that part of the world.
Naturally, the Brit sarcastically replied with, “No, we don’t,” before explaining that they were joking. After all, “it’s England… not 1800.” Should we feel offended or sad for the Americans?
Eh, Who Cares About Canada?
Here’s yet another idiot who mixed up their countries and continents — but this time, they were discussing their favorite rappers. Someone posted an online poll to ask people who their favorite North American hip-hop star is.
Out of J. Cole, Drake, and Jay-Z, Drake was the one with the most votes. Someone was quick to point out the fact that Drake is actually from Canada, not North America.
When you watch a film that’s in a different language than your native tongue, you need to watch it with subtitles if you want to know what’s going on. However, in classic American fashion, these individuals complained and gave the movie a bad review because it wasn’t in English. Because, ya know, everything has to be in English — according to Americans.
So, why pay to watch a foreign movie you know is in another language when you don’t even like reading subtitles? Seems like a waste of time and money.
NASCAR or NASA?
NASCAR — National Association for Stock Car Auto Racing — had banned the showing of the Confederate flag at its events. Knowing Americans, it isn’t a surprise that some people had an issue with this new ban.
So, when people started rolling out the negative comments, we couldn’t help but laugh when someone mistakenly went after NASCAR for NASA’s moon landing, which is apparently a hoax and a scam. How do you mix the two up?!
How Could You, China?
This post really has to be a joke, right? When finding out that China’s timezone is 12 hours ahead of America’s, this Twitter user took it a bit too literally.
They then started to bash China for not warning them about 9/11 as they could have prevented the demise of around three billion people. There aren’t even three billion in the United States, and that’s like half of the total population. If three billion people passed away, the world would be a way different place.
There’s a fine line between fiction and reality, and sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference when many films and stories are inspired by real-life events. Titanic is one such example as it was made to pay homage to the real ship that sank in the North Atlantic Ocean after striking an iceberg.
This person here made fun of the Canadians for thinking that the sinking of the Titanic happened in real life, and isn’t just a film starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet. All it takes is a simple Google search, dude.
You Guys Use Cutlery?!
Some people are so lacking in what goes on outside the United States that they don’t even know what kind of utensils the Brits use. This person here asked a question about whether or not the British use a certain kind of cutlery to eat.
If there was a tournament for the most stupid question, this would be high on the list. British people know about manners more than Americans, considering that they basically invented etiquette. What do you think? How does the Queen eat her meals? Obviously with cutlery…
The Letter ‘A’
Americans are so lost when it comes to geography, they even get things wrong about their own country. When asked to name a few countries that don’t have the letter ‘A’ in them, it went downhill… and fast.
One person answered, Kansas. Now, not only did they spell it wrong — as there is an ‘A’ in it — but it’s also not a country. The same person also wrote Turkey as “Truky.” The second person offered up London, which also isn’t a country.