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People Break Down The Strangest Thing About Europe That Europeans Don't Even Notice
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Different cultures are fascinating and add color to our world.

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People Describe The Things They Learned About A Different Culture Or Religion That Shocked Them
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It's okay if you don't understand something about another culture. That's fine, just ask. Be polite, keep an open mind, and be willing to learn. Someone from that culture will be more than happy to explain it to you.

What you shouldn't do is assume something you saw in a forty-year old cartoon is indicative of an entire race of people. It's always good to try and learn new things, so start with these culture shocks that people already woke up to.

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Fun as they are, Weddings are notoriously expensive. And not just for the bride and groom. Indeed, it’s often overlooked that guests will often have to fork over substantial amounts of money to pay for travel, accommodation, and possibly a new outfit for the occasion. Sometimes the cost of attending the wedding might even make […] More
Americans Break Down The Biggest Culture Shocks They Ever Faced When Visiting Europe
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Leaving your homeland, even for a quick little getaway can be quite a surprise.

There is a whole world out there.

And no country is quite like any other.

That's why it's fun to experience a new place.

Though it might leave many people surprised, especially Americans.

America has a radically different way of life than say, Europe.

And it's a blast to revel in.

Redditor jrusj wanted to hear about what Americans need to prepare for when leaving the homeland. They asked:

"Americans that visited Europe, what was the biggest shock for you?"
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People Describe Which Things Are Luxuries In One Country But Common In Another
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We take a lot of things for granted in our lives. Look at where many of our readers live, after all. America is the land of freedom, comfort, and all services provided to us by the click of a smartphone possibly all of us are using to read this.

However, when you look at the state of certain countries, even those considered to live in "poverty" stateside have it much better than some in third-world countries. It's all a matter of perspective, and sometimes a luxury in one country can be considered uninspiring in another.

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