Does anyone else not know what they’re looking at, or am I an idiot?
@DesignatedElfWhipper, I cant vouch for that 2nd part, but I think its just referring to the words we use. I definitely feel like everything in America is always "awesome"
@DesignatedElfWhipper, descriptors used based on the quality of the the things being described
@DesignatedElfWhipper, I don't know if this is a serious question, or if this is a "whoosh" moment for me, but it's a bell curve for product testing over... let's say, 100,000 units.
Usually when you get product that is bad, you're at the left side of the curve. Product that's average is in the middle (where most of the product falls), and product that is exceptionally good falls to the right of the curve. This is saying that based on where you live is how you will view product on each part of the curve. I know this, because this is part of engineering six Sigma, and production yield.
@DesignatedElfWhipper, It is a flawed representation of American speech. Everyone knows that the right end of the spectrum should say "This needs cheese on this."
@DesignatedElfWhipper, as an Asian, I immediately think it's talking about grades... 🤦
...what is the product?
@ptitty1231, As stated in the graph, stuff.
@ptitty1231, I think its just the words we use
@ptitty1231, I think it’s just how we feel about thing in general from country to country
Lots of stupid people on here who can’t figure out what they’re looking at...
To answer all confused patrons of funny pics, the graph stands for “what do certain regions grade things based off how objectively good those things are” for instance an objectively “okay” product is “pretty good” to americans, etc...
What is this graph representing?
The last one is a lie, we have "pretty average" at the bottom
Seems like a joke on the overall outlook and personality of people in a region
It makes sense. Americans are more grateful for mediocre things. That’s why we have thanksgiving.