Habe ich mal auf Boardgamegeek gefunden.
Fands sehr lustig (und teilweise gar nicht mal so weit hergeholt):
Ameritrash: Twilight Imperium
Wargame: Case Blue
Skills needed to win:
Ameritrash: Good wrist
Wargame: A bookshelf of knowledge on the topic
Place to play:
Eurogames: Some quiet and boring place
Ameritrash: Smelly and dirty apartment
Euro: Couple hours.
Ameritrash: A full day
Wargame: Pass the unfinished game to your son before you die
Wargame: Overweight man with a huge beard
Typical part of the conversation during a game:
Euro: "He is going to win the game."
Ameritrash: "If you'll attack me, I'll only attack you for the rest of the game!"
Wargame: "Let me check the rulebook."
Typical gamer comment in BGG:
Euro: "FFG sucks!"
Ameritrash: "Knizia sucks!"
Wargame: "Case Blue."
Euro: Usually quite cheap, although most of them are a pile of garbage.
Ameritrash: A game is only playable after an expansion that fixes the first 100 expansions that were meant to fix the base game. If you stick with the broken base game, then you can probably afford one.
Wargame: Expensive. Some rich snobs seem to afford these.
Euro: A name of a place or a guy in history that nobody is interested in.
Ameritrash: A name that doesn't tell you anything.
Wargame: A permutation of the words: "East", "Eastern" "Front", "Barbarossa", "Guderian" ,"Blitzkrieg" ,"Campaign" and "Operation". I have heard a rumour that are other wargames that don't have any of those words in their name but I haven't actually been able to find one( Case Blue as an exception).
Most of the time you are...
Euro: Pushing cubes or moving victory point markers.
Ameritrash: Rolling dice, moving minis or playing totally unbalanced cards.
Wargame: Making the setup or reading the rulebook.