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Native Humor: 10 Hilarious 'Natives Be Like' Observations

Native Americans aren't all the same -- but they sure do have some common experiences that are LOL-worthy.
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What are Natives like? What are the traits, habits, strengths and weaknesses that unite this resilient and beautiful group of people? That's really what's at the heart of the "Natives be like" meme and its spinoffs. The common ground where Cherokee, Navajo, Lakota, Mohawk and all the other flavors of Native are united by chuckling at the same picture. Wherever you go in Indian country, it seems, you'll find Natives who primp for the pow wow, Natives who put beads on everything, and Native sisters and aunties who are not to be messed with. 

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We found these tagged #NativesBeLike on Twitter and Instagram; who made them is anyone's guess, but follow the hashtags and you'll find more.

An 8-camera rig used to capture 360-degree shots for a virtual reality film. Source: cinemersia.com

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An 8-camera rig used to capture 360-degree shots for a virtual reality film. Source: cinemersia.com

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An 8-camera rig used to capture 360-degree shots for a virtual reality film. Source: cinemersia.com

An 8-camera rig used to capture 360-degree shots for a virtual reality film. Source: cinemersia.com

An 8-camera rig used to capture 360-degree shots for a virtual reality film. Source: cinemersia.com

An 8-camera rig used to capture 360-degree shots for a virtual reality film. Source: cinemersia.com

An 8-camera rig used to capture 360-degree shots for a virtual reality film. Source: cinemersia.com

An 8-camera rig used to capture 360-degree shots for a virtual reality film. Source: cinemersia.com

An 8-camera rig used to capture 360-degree shots for a virtual reality film. Source: cinemersia.com