How to be Dutch

The Quiz

Book Description

After the success of his book ‘How to Be Orange: An Alternative Dutch Assimilation Course,’ Comedian Greg Shapiro now writes the questions that SHOULD be on the Dutch Citizenship Exam. How to Be Dutch makes you redefine the Holland you thought you knew. Shapiro examines the dialogue from Pulp Fiction to ask: how many ‘little differences’ have changed? And he asks pressing questions, such as: ‘If Holland is the Drug Capital of the world, why is it so hard to get antibiotics?’
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About Shapiro, Gregory

Greg Shapiro is a loud
American, trying to fit into a
tiny Dutch country. He originally
came to work for a few
months at a comedy theatre,
but met a Dutch woman
and never managed to go
back. Dutch people like to
tease him for his loud voice,
his awkward Dutch and his
Americanness. Greg has
learned to beat them to the
punch: he makes fun of his
own country first. Then he
makes fun of theirs.