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Stereotypes having to do with people of specific nationalities. Some of them are a little bit Truth in Television certain others more sodue to having some basis in reality. But remember, nations are not Planets Of Hats. If anything, the true face of the country in question is often either not as expected or entirely different.
Not all foreigners necessarily speak with a heavy accent, as many films and TV series seem to indicate. The continent itself calls images of Darkest Africa with jungles, savanna, diamond mines, undiscovered civilizations or creatures, elephants, giraffes, okapis, gorillas, chimpanzees, baboons, meerkats, makis, hippopotamuses, rhinoceroses, lions, leopards, cheetahs, panthers, hyenas, jackals, ostriches, crocodiles, pythons, green and black mambas, tortoises, geckos, chameleons, antelopes, wildebeest, gazelles, water buffaloes, wart hogs, vultures, mosquitoes, flesh eating plants, etc.
Usually whenever people visit Africa they almost trip over all these omnipresent animals, which they invariably always encounter at a dangerous moment. Luckily, they can always escape by swinging on suprisingly strong vines.
Africa is generally assumed to be an entire continent full of black people. Apparently all the Coloreds, Indians, Asians, and all the rest of them have vanished overnight.
As a result, East and Northeast African phenotypes in particular are extremely rare in depictions of black Africans. That North Africa has none of these things is usually forgotten. In reality Christianity and especially Islam are the largest religions on the continent.
Out-of-date, racist images of Africa that crop up a lot in old novels particularly, have their roots in colonial times Ancient Africa.
Black Africans are depicted as primitive, childlike, superstitious people who still worship idols, believe in witchcraft and voodoo and live in huts. They defend themselves with spears and shields. White colonists can easily trick them by selling them worthless junk in exchange for valuable items or scare them with modern technology.
Pygmy tribes are usually small, pathetic little dwarfs who are depicted as if they are actually children. Black African tribes are often portrayed as if they are cannibals. They will catch the Bold Explorer and carry him along with his arms and legs tied to a pole. After arriving in their village they will put him in a large black cauldron for supper.
When they escape they will Chased by Angry Natives. Other stereotypical images are the woman with a lip plate in her mouth or a man with a bone sticking through his nose.
Note this type of neck ornament is also common in Burma with women from the Kayan tribe, but is generally associated with Africa. When they cross a lake by pirogue they will be singing in unison while paddling.
Sometimes there actually is a white person living in the African woods.Walther P1 - 9x19mm. All the post-war P38 can be recognized by a better finish, aluminum frame, the Walther logo in the flag (the only pre-war with this logo is the commercial HP) and the different grips.
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They both seemed to have money.