12 Stereotypes About The Spanish That Are Totally NOT True Reply

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Margarita Lázaro writes for Huffington Post.com–What do you REALLY know about Spanish people? If you were to ask a foreigner, his response would probably consist of one accurate statement and many, many misconceptions. That’s how it appeared to us in a cliche-ridden New York Times article called “Spain, Land of 10 P.M. Dinner, Asks if It’s Time to Reset Clock.”

Foreign films and television series only serve to reinforce these cliches. In “Knight and Day,” there were bulls running through Sevilla and in “Little Fockers,” Dustin Hoffman was traveling to Spain to learn how to dance… the flamenco! (Was there any other option?) The time has come to shatter these myths about the Spanish. The following stereotypes are totally not true:

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