Is Camping An American thing?

Yes! This is the stuff what American people like.

Imagine yourself being trapped in the middle of the woods without electricity, running water, or a car, you would likely depict your situation as a “nightmare” or “a worst case scenario like after plane crash or something.” White people refer to it as “camping.”

When white people begin talking to you about camping, they will do their best to let you know that it’s simple, and it allows them to get away from the weights and troubles of the urban way of life for a more natural, rearranged, unwinding time. Nothing could be further from reality.
In theory, camping should be considered as a very inexpensive activity since you are sleeping on the ground. In any case, as with everything in white culture, the more simple it shows up, the more expensive it is.
Camping is a multi-day, multi-step, potentially lethal activity that will cost you a large amount of both time and money. Unless you are in some position where you need the friendship of a white person, you should avoid camping at all costs.

Alternately, any camping trip that ends in death at the hands of nature or requires the use of important government resources for a rescue is seen as relatively positive in white culture and society. This is because both situations may, in the long run, lead to a book deal or documentary film about the experience.

Imagine yourself being trapped in the middle of the woods without electricity, running water, or a car, you would likely depict your situation as a “nightmare” or “a worst case scenario like after plane crash or something.” White people refer to it as “camping.”

When white people begin talking to you about camping, they will do their best to let you know that it’s simple, and it allows them to get away from the weights and troubles of the urban way of life for a more natural, rearranged, unwinding time. Nothing could be further from reality.
In theory, camping should be considered as a very inexpensive activity since you are sleeping on the ground. In any case, as with everything in white culture, the more simple it shows up, the more expensive it is.
Camping is a multi-day, multi-step, potentially lethal activity that will cost you a large amount of both time and money. Unless you are in some position where you need the friendship of a white person, you should avoid camping at all costs.

Alternately, any camping trip that ends in death at the hands of nature or requires the use of important government resources for a rescue is seen as relatively positive in white culture and society. This is because both situations may, in the long run, lead to a book deal or documentary film about the experience.