12 Unexpected Etiquette Rules from Around the World

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    Do you know other countries’ food etiquette rules? 🍽 When you travel abroad and try the local cuisine, you might notice how a certain country’s table manners are very different from your own. Here are 12 quite unexpected food etiquette rules from across the globe! 🌎
    TIMESTAMPS:
    Don’t use forks in Thailand 1:10
    Don’t “clean your plate” in China 1:55
    Be ready to share a plate in Ethiopia 2:39
    In Italy, you’ll insult the chef if you ask for extra cheese 3:22
    Don’t ask for salt and pepper in Portugal 4:05
    Be careful with chopsticks in Japan 4:45
    Don’t touch food with your left hand in the Middle East 5:32
    Don’t just sip on your wine in Georgia 6:18
    Don’t fill your own glass in Japan 6:56
    Only drink cappuccino before noon in Italy 7:32
    Guests are welcomed with half a cup of tea in Kazakhstan 8:21
    A clean teapot is a teapot without a soul in China 9:17
    Music by Epidemic Sound www.epidemicsound.com/
    SUMMARY:
    - In Thailand, picking food up with a fork is considered bad form. However, you are allowed to push food onto a spoon using a fork… that’s it!
    - In China, however, it’s impolite to finish eating everything on your plate. Empty plates indicate that a host hasn’t served enough food and guests are still hungry.
    - As you sit at the table in Ethiopia waiting for someone to give you a plate to eat from, you might miss the actual meal! Everyone else will just eat from one large serving plate in the middle of the table without using any cutlery.
    - Although Italians do love this product, it’s considered rude to ask for extra cheese. It may insult the chef because they take it as you not liking the dish the way they’ve prepared it and wanting to change it.
    - If you ask for salt or pepper in Portugal, you may hurt people’s feelings. It’s kinda like with Italy; the cook may feel insulted by the fact that you need to “spice up” the dish they’ve served you.
    - According to tradition, people place chopsticks vertically during funerals. In a restaurant, doing this may insult the owner.
    - In the Middle East, India, and some African countries, the left hand is used for…uh…cleaning yourself up after going to the bathroom.
    - If you find yourself at a dinner party in Japan and wine is involved, never get a refill yourself. You’re supposed to fill the glass of the person sitting next to you at the table, and they’ll return the favor.
    - Italians do drink cappuccinos, of course, but it’s mostly a breakfast drink or even a substitute for breakfast. But if you drink this milky foamy coffee later in the day, it can upset your stomach, at least according to the locals.
    - When we think “tea ceremony,” we usually associate it with the UK and all their fancy tea-drinking etiquette. But it turns out there are plenty of tea fans in Kazakhstan, and they’ve got rules when it comes to drinking it as well.
    - If you’ve been invited to a tea ceremony in China and offer your help with the dishes afterwards, don’t even think about washing that teapot! The Chinese don’t wash teapots, especially traditional clay ones, with dish liquid.
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Hey guys! Are there any unusual food etiquette rules in your countries? Tell us about them! :)

Month ago
Natalia Esco
Natalia Esco

No double dipping! USA

19 hours ago
Frank
Frank

I'm from Northern Italy and it's all wrong.. It's long but it's all you should know about Italy and it might be very handy if you need to visit it and you don't want to make a "Brutta figura" (make a bad impression): In restaurants you get served a bowl of grated cheese that comes with your main dish ("Primo", which is usually pasta, Risotto or some products that come with pasta, Maybe oven cooked, such as Lasagna or Rosette). We have many pizza types that come with Cheese on top but don't ask for grated cheese, as they come in flakes. The most common one I think would be the "Porcini" (mushrooms) and "Scaglie di Grana" (literally cheese flakes). Also, we don't have stuffed crusts in Italy (we don't even know what they are), and you shouldn't ask for slices of pizza as you'll get a full one. If you want it pre-cut in slices, you need to ask for it. If you don't eat much pizza, just ask for a baby pizza, which is half the size. Or if you want to eat a bigger one, ask for "Doppia pasta" which literally means "double dough". It can be rude to ask for Pineapple on Pizza, though. You can find some places that serve it, especially in high truism concentration (due to high request from foreigners), but it's not common otherwise. You can ask for custom toppings on Pizza, it usually costs 50c or 1€ each topping, but make sure you choose from the available toppings and don't go too fancy, asking for weird toppings. Another thing I see it's frequently asked is spaghetti meatballs. We don't have them. you'd get the same reaction as if I were to ask for an "English Soup" (Italian dessert) in England. The last thing that can be seen as a bit rude by someone, can be mixing up the "parmigiano reggiano" and the "grana padano". You might define them as Parmesan cheese but in some places of Italy they have grana and in some other they have parmigiano and you should also call it Parmigiano, instead of Parmesan. As etiquette go, here are a few tips: -Don't eat/chew your food with the mouth open and don't talk while eating if you have the mouth full. Showing your chewed food while eating can be considered VERY rude. -Hold your cutlery correctly, as we believe it's uncultured to hold them wrong. I believe you can find some sort of tutorial online. Please don't roll up your spaghetti on a spoon. you can do it in some scenarios, but most of the times it's safer to roll them in the plate, as it can be seen as both rude and uncultured. -when you finished your main course, it's usual to put the cutlery on the side of the plate if you have ordered the second course, otherwise if you finished the second course or you didn't order one, put the cutlery inside the plate. they might take your cutlery after the main course and they'll bring some new ones for the second course, but it's usually done in fancier restaurants. (the main course is usually pasta and the second course is usually meat, which usually comes with ). We tend to be very welcoming and forgiving with foreigners but with food we're a bit strict. Basically trust us on the food, don't ask fore some crazy modifications to our dishes if not well informed on what you're asking, and you won't have many problems. I hope I was able to help..

2 days ago
Shizznit69
Shizznit69

Your number 12 is so wrong, Thai people know that most Falang (white people) can't eat with sticks, so they lay down a fork for them to use and don't get mad about it, them not using sticks. As for the MANNER at which you eat, is different yes. But you complete missed that point and i ain't going to tell! Do your own research or travels.

2 days ago
Kawaii Video Collector
Kawaii Video Collector

In China, there is also a saying, and translated into English, it means:”If you leave anything on your bowl, that will be the pimples of your boyfriend or girlfriend in the future.”. The one of keeping some food left is correct, though.

4 hours ago
Sari The Gamegirl
Sari The Gamegirl

I'm dutch and i have an itaian friend, he never told me about the cheese and the cappuchino's so i basically just don't believe it.

4 hours ago
Sari The Gamegirl
Sari The Gamegirl

When i see the comments i think: wow. I don't trust the internet anymore. Becouse almost everyone here says it all fake and not true. People i'm with you.

4 hours ago
Ibu Raya
Ibu Raya

Woouww..! What can i say..? :))

5 hours ago
Fox Han
Fox Han

No, you are wrong. I am from Canton, clean you dish is good. No waste.

6 hours ago
Padhmesh Waran
Padhmesh Waran

I am from south India😎 You know what guys, I was left handed and I have got changed to right handed 😶

7 hours ago
Winry Hughes
Winry Hughes

I live in Georgia I didn't know that I can't sip my wine when I am an adult.

7 hours ago
Ann Brown
Ann Brown

I'm staying in the good ole USA!!

15 hours ago
Hawkleslayer
Hawkleslayer

well my one was i though that you allways wash a tea cup after supper

15 hours ago
Gacha Fruit
Gacha Fruit

Fork I need a foooooooooooork 😭😭😭🤪🤪🤪

15 hours ago
Holly Venetis
Holly Venetis

I slurp my food most of the time and my stepdad always yells at me " are you Asian or something STOP"

20 hours ago
Beth Crable
Beth Crable

First off drop the hotdog guy second In america we just eat it dosent realy matter but we still dont eat like cavemen unless we are babies they eat how they want Lol

21 hour ago
dani's WORLD
dani's WORLD

In Japan if you put black pepper on white rice you will be bowed at because it is only considered for the gods

21 hour ago
-• Kawaii Eevee •-
-• Kawaii Eevee •-

My extra cheese broooooo!!!

22 hours ago
Amy Nguyen
Amy Nguyen

All of these are lies.

22 hours ago
Vi MaDe
Vi MaDe

It is insulting to take someone's plate in Greece even if they have finished eating. It signals that you want them to leave. You take the plate only to serve the dessert.

Day ago
Joshua Starcher
Joshua Starcher

In my country it is proper to eat the meal from left to right on the plate This helps people distinguish what to eat first and last

Day ago
Awkward Child
Awkward Child

When I saw the thumbnail my inner passive aggressiveness shrilled with delight

Day ago
Sherzad Saeed
Sherzad Saeed

Who said you can't even touch plate with your left hand in middle east or other islamic regions that is wrong information.

Day ago
BennyB5555
BennyB5555

Completely inaccurate. General rule to follow when traveling to other countries. Learn a bit of the language and show some effort. This will go a long way.

Day ago
Derpy Demon
Derpy Demon

A cup of tea my fine chap?

Day ago
Emme Griggs
Emme Griggs

I’m never going to India because I’m a lefty

Day ago
Wazahh Das wooozah
Wazahh Das wooozah

Emme Griggs it doesn’t matter. You can eat as much as you want with your left hand even in a public restaurant. -A fellow Leftie :)

20 hours ago
Matt Slater
Matt Slater

In the United States, you have to wash your hands before and after a meal. If you're at a party, let the kids get served first, then the women, then the men. If you have dietary restrictions, let people know before you get served. Oh, and if you see food int the fridge you don't recognize, it probably belongs to someone else, so don't eat it or throw it away (hint hint, dad!)

Day ago
Michael Du
Michael Du

I'm from China, and I lived there for 13 years (now I live in Belgium) and that "clean" plate thing is absolutely not necessary. Pls if you're visiting China just enjoy your food! *:D* But the teapot thing is half-true. I can half agree on that

Day ago
Heyyyits pearl
Heyyyits pearl

I’m Indian but the fact you told is not true

Day ago
Ya Ujin
Ya Ujin

JAPAN ISNT THE ONLY COUNTRY THAT STICKING YOUR CHOPSTICK IN MONGOLIA INSALT US AS THE OWNER OF CHOPSTICK DIED

Day ago
nick Patrick
nick Patrick

Chinese are so dirty

Day ago
Julie
Julie

Cambodians are not allowed to talk back to somebody/someone if they are said to have done something wrong because later on karma goes back to that somebody/someone but there are good things about it too! Check it out!

Day ago
The Grey Jedi
The Grey Jedi

5:50 what if your left handed?

Day ago
Supreme Kittens
Supreme Kittens

are mabey everyone gives me full teacups becuz they don’t know da rule

Day ago
Supreme Kittens
Supreme Kittens

I been betrayed millions of times with the rule guest are welcomed with half filled cups ;-;

Day ago
Sowmya Ramakrishnan
Sowmya Ramakrishnan

I am from South India 🇮🇳 and it true that you shouldn't eat with your left hand 😊

Day ago
Shane Thompson
Shane Thompson

I'm Portuguese and it not roud to ask for salt and paper

Day ago
Shane Thompson
Shane Thompson

I'm

Day ago
Shane Thompson
Shane Thompson

Hi

Day ago
Fanatico9022
Fanatico9022

I'm portuguese and I've never heard about the rule that asking for extra spices is offensive. It's actually costumary for whoever is serving the table to bring along an object with an arrangement of sauces, olive oil, vinagre and even salt and pepper sometimes, in case you want to season you own food a bit more. What I did agree with the video on is that we do know how to heavily season food so those extras aren't even needed :)

Day ago
ANSHIKA JAIN
ANSHIKA JAIN

In india, giving a half cup might b a bit disrespectful bcz the guest might think that u r not willing to provide enough food or that u r not happy with them coming over. Like u always gotta give more than the guest asks for, even if they refuse to consume that much, u still gotta offer a lot more!

Day ago
ANSHIKA JAIN
ANSHIKA JAIN

I am an indian and it's completely normal to eat with both hands! These things might hav been true like 50 yrs ago. But now it's completely normal to eat with both hands. N also a lot of ppl think we don't use spoons or forks and eat with hands. But no, we do use spoons n forks, n they r available everywhere!

Day ago
Every now and zen
Every now and zen

Once you start controlling how much cheese I eat makes things personal. Back off of mg cheese Italy

Day ago
fishy cuber
fishy cuber

the one in middle east is a right hand when it shows a left hand

Day ago
Shaid Hosain
Shaid Hosain

Number 6 is same for me. I live in Bangladesh.

Day ago
Irvin Wittmeier
Irvin Wittmeier

i would break every one of thees rules just because if you think its ok to tell me what to do with my food i will salt freely add cheese when i feel like it don't you even try to pour me drink and i will touch my food or plate with what ever hand i feel appropriate at the time

Day ago
Dana Espiritu
Dana Espiritu

Me: oh so thats the Etiquette rules in other countries cool. Comments: THATS FAKE, THATS WRONG, U GIVE FALSE INFORMATION! Me: oh ok... that was.. awkward

Day ago
Jelena Frolov
Jelena Frolov

2:22 WHY THE HECK IS THERE A RUSSIAN NEW YEARS FOOD W H Y!!!

Day ago
Samantha Shipman
Samantha Shipman

Where I come from, if you have jam on top of your cream on your scone, you are crazy. It's jam and then cream!

Day ago
Sa ns
Sa ns

Hey I'm Italian and the thing about cheese is true we consider EXTREMELY unusual on using ketchup on pasta or pizza or saying that Spaghetti alla Bolognese are basically spaghetti keychup and meatballs or stuff like that in general

Day ago
dxye art
dxye art

6:06 All the lefties I know still eat with their right hand, and clean themselves with their left. They do everything else with their left hand. It's not switched if you're left handed...

Day ago
Katybcat
Katybcat

I have another one! In Italy you shouldn't ask for cheese for your pasta if it has fish I don't think it really has a reason but people will find you weird :p

2 days ago
JackforUltimate
JackforUltimate

is he there the whole time

2 days ago
darkness gacha
darkness gacha

welp im not going to the middle east anytime im left handed ;-;

2 days ago
Frank
Frank

I'm from Northern Italy and it's all wrong.. It's long but it's all you should know about Italy and it might be very handy if you need to visit it and you don't want to make a "Brutta figura" (make a bad impression): In restaurants you get served a bowl of grated cheese that comes with your main dish ("Primo", which is usually pasta, Risotto or some products that come with pasta, Maybe oven cooked, such as Lasagna or Rosette). We have many pizza types that come with Cheese on top but don't ask for grated cheese, as they come in flakes. The most common one I think would be the "Porcini" (mushrooms) and "Scaglie di Grana" (literally cheese flakes). Also, we don't have stuffed crusts in Italy (we don't even know what they are), and you shouldn't ask for slices of pizza as you'll get a full one. If you want it pre-cut in slices, you need to ask for it. If you don't eat much pizza, just ask for a baby pizza, which is half the size. Or if you want to eat a bigger one, ask for "Doppia pasta" which literally means "double dough". It can be rude to ask for Pineapple on Pizza, though. You can find some places that serve it, especially in high truism concentration (due to high request from foreigners), but it's not common otherwise. You can ask for custom toppings on Pizza, it usually costs 50c or 1€ each topping, but make sure you choose from the available toppings and don't go too fancy, asking for weird toppings. Another thing I see it's frequently asked is spaghetti meatballs. We don't have them. you'd get the same reaction as if I were to ask for an "English Soup" (Italian dessert) in England. The last thing that can be seen as a bit rude by someone, can be mixing up the "parmigiano reggiano" and the "grana padano". You might define them as Parmesan cheese but in some places of Italy they have grana and in some other they have parmigiano and you should also call it Parmigiano, instead of Parmesan. As etiquette go, here are a few tips: -Don't eat/chew your food with the mouth open and don't talk while eating if you have the mouth full. Showing your chewed food while eating can be considered VERY rude. -Hold your cutlery correctly, as we believe it's uncultured to hold them wrong. I believe you can find some sort of tutorial online. Please don't roll up your spaghetti on a spoon. you can do it in some scenarios, but most of the times it's safer to roll them in the plate, as it can be seen as both rude and uncultured. -when you finished your main course, it's usual to put the cutlery on the side of the plate if you have ordered the second course, otherwise if you finished the second course or you didn't order one, put the cutlery inside the plate. they might take your cutlery after the main course and they'll bring some new ones for the second course, but it's usually done in fancier restaurants. (the main course is usually pasta and the second course is usually meat, which usually comes with ). We tend to be very welcoming and forgiving with foreigners but with food we're a bit strict. Basically trust us on the food, don't ask fore some crazy modifications to our dishes if not well informed on what you're asking, and you won't have many problems. I hope I was able to help..

2 days ago
luis durao
luis durao

asking for salt or pepper in portugal it's not rude, because in here people know that everyone has their on preference of food and spices, and in my opinion i think that, they just dont care xD

2 days ago
PeachMasterkool
PeachMasterkool

I'm Thai but *probably we use chopstick tho* just for some meal, and using just fork isn't so bad -∆-

2 days ago
nancy De melo
nancy De melo

Ridiculous video ugh

2 days ago
Michelle Ní Shíocháin
Michelle Ní Shíocháin

I’m from Ireland and I never knew that ANYONE cleaned their teapots, Americans are the strange ones here! and, everyone’s said this, but quite a lot of this information is wrong. Only about the last two am I certain they’re correct. But the upright chopsticks, for instance, is bad luck in China, not Japan, and it’s because when you do that they look like the /incense sticks/ at funerals, it’s not to do with the food etiquette itself at a funeral. A lot of the things you said about India and the Middle East are really old-fashioned, stuff that nobody has done in a few hundred years. and Ethiopians definitely don’t leave the meat to last!

2 days ago
can I be emo and part of the ARMY?
can I be emo and part of the ARMY?

Ummm, you know other places have tea too, right? We're not all tea experts. We don't study "the art of tea" in england or whatever you're thinking. In fact, I know a lot of people who don't like tea, just goes to show how stereotypical some people are. Tsk Tsk. Thank you for coming to my ted talk

2 days ago
Why Not
Why Not

Number 2 is wrong I'am from Kazakhstan and every time we have a guest we pour them the whole cup of tea and they stay for like 2 hours or more

2 days ago
Shalva Dvalishvili
Shalva Dvalishvili

I AM GEORGIAN AND THIS IS TRUE

2 days ago
lindt
lindt

in my family (american), we had to finish everything on our plate, no getting up unless you asked to be excused, seconds were discouraged, we had to sit "properly" in the chairs, we couldn't use our hands to push food onto the forks, we had to cut our food into small bites with a knife before eating, no elbows on the table, no hats or coats/jackets at the table, the table has to be entirely cleared of everything other than food and dishes/cutlery, no complaining about the meal, and if we were guests at someone else's house or were being offered food, we were required to refuse it. We also had to ask before we ate anything and for a long time we had to pray before meals (that is, until my sister and i became athiests and refused, and eventually it got switched to "sharing what we're grateful for"). We also had to wait until everyone was seated and had their food before we would be allowed to eat. No reaching across each other either, we had to ask for something to be passed. We also couldn't talk about anything considered "gross", anything liable to start an argument or a fight, and of course no swearing or talking even remotely loud. My parents (especially my mom) are very strict catholics and did a lot of really abusive stuff to me and my siblings growing up (much more than this lol). looking back on it, it seems really excessive, but it seemed normal at the time. Nowadays i'm a homeless college student after being disowned by my family and i mostly eat snacks and ramen/pasta, other than the dining hall food. When i eat alone i'm as gross as i want and i never let anything go to waste, even if it's not really etible lol. When i eat with friends we all cuss, yell, laugh, eat messily, talk about whatever we want, and have a good time. I still have a hard time taking food (or anything, really) offered by anyone because i feel like a burden though lol. I'm pretty sure my experience is not the norm, though, and most of the families I've eaten with are a lot more reasonable and mostly just care about basic stuff like if you're getting enough to eat lol

2 days ago
Kasik Koziol
Kasik Koziol

I pay for the food I eat how I want

2 days ago
Liliana Gonçalves
Liliana Gonçalves

I'm Portuguese and I can safely say that the thing about not asking for salt and pepper in Portugal is completely false. In fact, in almost EVERY restaurant in Portugal you will find salt and pepper containers on the table so you can season your food at your own taste.

2 days ago
Liliana Gonçalves
Liliana Gonçalves

+Febi Ariaty Dethan No, not at all! :)

Day ago
Febi Ariaty Dethan
Febi Ariaty Dethan

oh so is not offensive to ask for salt and pepper in Portugal ???

Day ago
Dancing Pusheen Bryanna
Dancing Pusheen Bryanna

Thailand, because I am half Thai and my family always use forks

2 days ago
Musarrat Tahir
Musarrat Tahir

Excuse me.. Where is pakistan??

2 days ago
Koki Moussa
Koki Moussa

In egypt,your betraying god aka Jesus if you eat or drink with your left hand

2 days ago
Mr.LWearsTopHats
Mr.LWearsTopHats

I'm gonna have nightmares about talking hotdogs telling me to leave a little bs on my plate. When I was still in Airforce ROTC, my Major told us that when visiting another country, just do your best to do what everyone else is doing, and use common sense/be polite, if you do something wrong they're not gonna cut your head off. I'm actually going to be living in Germany for a few months as part of a program for school, so if anyone (anyone except hotdog man) has any specific advice on manners- food related or otherwise- I'd really appreciate it. Thank ya kindly!

2 days ago
Aimee Vu
Aimee Vu

So why did God give us these things?

2 days ago
Blossom FieryFlower
Blossom FieryFlower

11 I am Chinese, been to China more than ten times, and have never heard that.

2 days ago
Sri Wati
Sri Wati

In Indonesia, we must finish our food

2 days ago
I_AM_WEIRD :D
I_AM_WEIRD :D

Isn't the rising sun very bad? So I are like being rude to Japan??

2 days ago
Miles Prower
Miles Prower

"remember to use your right hand" * shows a picture of a left hand *

2 days ago
Walk-in Mysoes
Walk-in Mysoes

Myths.... all of them!

2 days ago
Liana Bik
Liana Bik

well...the Kazakhstan thing is true hahah..but I personally dont have a problem with getting hot tea refils :)

2 days ago
Lots of Lainey
Lots of Lainey

But I’m left handed....

2 days ago
Layla J
Layla J

Same, I do almost everything with my left hand.

Day ago
Laura Conti
Laura Conti

Italian native, living in Thailand ... completely wrong what video says.

2 days ago
Maria Alcántara
Maria Alcántara

But....i'm left handed i use my left hand to eat and I use my right hand for holding the plate

2 days ago
Lily John
Lily John

I have one, Dessert means get out.

2 days ago
ผม เอง
ผม เอง

Yes,Thais eat with fork and spoon,and the fork is used to push food onto the spoon.Chopsticks are only used for noodle soups. And the Japan one is true too

2 days ago
Christopher Bresett
Christopher Bresett

WE CAN'T USE FORKS SPOONS WE HAVE TO USE OUT HANDS

2 days ago
Artic Fox
Artic Fox

FINALLY THERES A PLACE IN THE WORLD THAT ACCEPTS BURPS IM HOME WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO

2 days ago
Ems
Ems

3:56 do they look very Italian??

3 days ago
AlexTms
AlexTms

I'm Italian and I've never heard something about drinking capucino in the afternoon. If you want to drink one, just do it, nobody cares what you do.

3 days ago
Animations And Drawin' With Eli
Animations And Drawin' With Eli

Umm i just saw this,im in Georgia xD

3 days ago
Mr.LWearsTopHats
Mr.LWearsTopHats

I can't figure out if the video is talking about Georgia the country or Georgia the state in America. I'm from Georgia the state, what about you? Nice to meet ya either way :)

2 days ago
xx_laura nico_xx
xx_laura nico_xx

He is a liar I was born in portugal and to ask for salt and pepper even extra salt and pepper it wont do anything to the chefs so give this video a thumbs down

3 days ago
Shakedro MU
Shakedro MU

5:30 this is false

3 days ago
MrMaxibombo
MrMaxibombo

every restaurant in Portugal have salt pepper olive oil and vinacre in the table, if don t have its not polite to the gest!

3 days ago
MusicLover Forever
MusicLover Forever

I am from a middle-eastern country, and in our country if you leave food on your plate after you have had your meal it is considered to be a bad etiquette. In our country we believe that if food is left on the plate after you have had a meal it means you are disrespecting the food and the cooks as well.

3 days ago
Kimchi Choo
Kimchi Choo

5:52 *umm...does they know how to ...wash hands* lol

3 days ago
maya bishara
maya bishara

wth are these untrue facts

3 days ago
maya bishara
maya bishara

I am Italian and the more cheese for us, the better

3 days ago
maya bishara
maya bishara

Where are you getting these facts? I have been to all of these places and my best friends are from these places none of these facts are true

3 days ago
Josephine Confido
Josephine Confido

As much as i know, do not cry wheb eatibg in indonesia. This is a curse to forget your parent's love. I live there.

3 days ago
Enjoy life
Enjoy life

My Italian friends told me that a lot of cheese/parmesan is a must ... don't listen to this video

3 days ago
Manda Paigude
Manda Paigude

but west

3 days ago
Manda Paigude
Manda Paigude

I'm Indian!

3 days ago
Ellie B
Ellie B

We are one second in and I'm hungry....

3 days ago
silencestar
silencestar

The one about salt and pepper in Portugal is just a lie. You can indeed ask for it and no one will bat an eye or be offended.

3 days ago
alka tomar
alka tomar

Mine is the lr

3 days ago
sakura
sakura

12 doesn't account to SPork, only Fork

3 days ago
hgjlh
hgjlh

Can't go before the oldest man finish eating You only eat from the food in front of you if someone gave u a piece or something his insulting you, like you are not man enough to take it ur self "actually someone did it to me i gave him a bigger piece :L.. the host don't eat before the guest .. sometimes he don't eat at all if you used your left hand it's like a social suicide and if the food's hot like really hot you got to eat it and if u made any sound it's a sign that u r not man enough it's saudi arabia , hmmm i know we're not welcomed that much excuse my english .. thx..

3 days ago
Mr.LWearsTopHats
Mr.LWearsTopHats

Your English isn't too bad, actually, and those are interesting facts.

2 days ago
Anime is life
Anime is life

I cant stop looking at the hot dog man in the corner ._.

3 days ago

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