No really, but don't hold back, tell us what you really think!
Some of those things actually make me kind of interested - if you don't mind me asking - where are you from myself? Just asking because when it comes to some of the rude things you mention in the beginning, in trains and on phones and in queues, I've seen Americans, Germans, all kinds of Europeans do the same. And when it comes to interrupting people when they're talking, they are worse about that here in Hungary, it really takes me aback -- not to even mention South-European countries, or course. So now I'm wondering, or curious, where you're from, like whether maybe you're from Eastern Asia for example, or I don't know where?
Dutch people are loud, though, that's true. Not as loud as Americans (sorry, folks), but definitely louder than Belgians (who consider us Dutch people rude, arrogant boors, not without justification), louder than French, Scandinavians, Central Europeans and, dare I say it, Germans. The lack of capacity to give compliments and the endless discussions at work to create consensus that nobody then feels accountable for, oh yeah, those are recognizable too. And being patronizing, we're very good at that - it used to drive my ex-gf completely batty.
they critisize everything and everybody and seem to be always about to come up with the most intelligent say. they always finish your sentences when you start to talk. they talk a very bad english and think they are all born linguists.
This last one's a bit rich though, considering the garbled English in which the paragraph itself is written...
Where are you moving to?