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Most Americans' car horns beep in the key of F.

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They do. I've noticed that for a long time. American cars beep in F, and this can be verified by recording one and comparing with a keyboard. I only know because I know pitches on hearing alone.
Perhaps the meaning of the sentence is that the notes played by most car horns are each individually in the key of F. Perhaps you don't understand what a key is. Perhaps you're retarded. In any case I have no idea if this is true or not. Probably not.
First, most horns only play one note. This is a pitch, not a key. Second, is this site serious? I have heard all kinds of pitches come out of horns! I'm sure I've heard more than just F..
Trevor just by saying urban legend, implies that it is untrue.
That's an urban legend that isn't true. The majority of cars in America are extremely off-key.

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