[VIDEO]Most Ridiculous Questions You Should Ask EVERY Dutch

What's the most ridiculous or stupid questions Dutch people cannot tolerate?? In order to get your daily dose of happiness, find these questions in the videos and ask your Dutch friends!

Posted by Liu Zhu at Apr 05, 2017 01:50 PM

What's the most ridiculous or stupid questions Dutch people cannot tolerate?? 

"Why are you so tall?"

"Do you eat bread and cheese every meal?" Or...

Find them in the videos and ask your Dutch friends!! Lol

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Posted by Liu Zhu at Apr 05, 2017 01:50 PM
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