I'm Sorry, But These 36 Questions Non-Americans Asked Americans About Fall Will Never Not Be Funny

As you know by now, I love to search "do Americans really" on Twitter because it's ALWAYS funny.

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Because it's officially fall now, let's take a look at some of my all-time favorite questions non-Americans have for Americans about this lovely time of year.

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Twitter: @themfookinavos

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Twitter: @Ray_Alhusseiny

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Twitter: @HeroOfZeon

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Twitter: @inkandstars1

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Twitter: @latinabarb___

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Twitter: @ABlondeAvocado

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Twitter: @CursedGloryHole

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Twitter: @tinymurdergnome

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Twitter: @SoftwareMert

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Twitter: @CarlosSaraiva17

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Twitter: @theswiftone13

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Twitter: @rlawnsausw

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Twitter: @catsoo12

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People in line at Spirit Halloween
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Candy corn on a shelf
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A woman holding a pumpkin
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A woman posing with a pumpkin
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Halloween decorations
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"Please take one"
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People eating at a Halloween party
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Twitter: @MILFMUNNEE

36.And lastly...

Happy fall!

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