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Painfully Hysterical Pics Of Polish People Cosplaying As Americans

The 4th of July is a celebration for many.

And it seems that a lot of Americans love to celebrate it. I am not saying there is anything wrong with it, after all, every country has holidays celebrating their country so I wholly understand. However, there are a lot of stereotypes that come along whenever you mention America. From Hillbilies with beer guts to many people proudly waving their flag wherever they go. Again, there is nothing wrong with either of those things but when you think of America, that is what comes to mind.

Well, some Polish people took advantage of these American stereotypes and decided to cosplay them. I am pretty sure that it was all done in fun and they never meant to be offensive. This celebration is done on the 4th of July and a lot of people join in with their own interpretations. It is officially called the 4th of July larping and the pictures are pretty interesting. So that is why we decided to pick some of the most interesting pictures for you to see.

Scroll below to take a look for yourself.

Source: Facebook

#1 Just a guy hanging out with a bottle of beer in his hand.

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#2 The flag is what does it for me, to be fair.

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#3 Don’t lie, we have all seen this at the 4th of July celebrations.

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#4 Somebody always gets too drunk and causes a ruckus.

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#5 Whatever your stance on firearms, this is quite accurate.

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#6 He just wants to check on the neighbors.

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#7 It seems that somebody wanted to recreate Breaking Bad.

#8 Why is she changing from sensible shoes into those?

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#9 I am pretty sure that she will try to sell everyone essential oils.

This is what the Facebook group behind this had to say about the start of this larping celebration.

LARP 4th of July is a drama about the wasted American dream. It is a story about hope, about a small homeland, about finding one’s place in the community. More than 200 years later, many Americans are living under different conditions than the nation’s founding fathers imagined. Barely making ends meet, they strive to be family members and worthy Americans, despite poverty and exclusion. Though they live on the margins of society, their home—a small town cluttered with caravans and windswept cabins—is for them the essence of ‘the land of the free and the home of the brave.’

#10 The meat still looks a bit rare in my opinion.

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#11 Just having a chat with the local sheriff.

#12 Honestly, this really isn’t out of the ordinary, especially on American TV.

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#13 She might cause even more ruckus judging by the look on her face.

#14 She might need a darker marker for that.

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#15 Taking home your drunk uncle sounds like most afternoons for some people.

#16 He ran out while trying to paint the sign.

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#17 The only thing missing is a few bikes around them.

#18 I would love to join this particular zone.

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What do you think of this celebration? Do you think it is offensive or do they have well-meaning intentions? Would you ever join in if you had the chance or is it too much for you? Comment down below and let us know and don’t forget to share this with your American friends so they can join in the discussion as well.

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