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Now for 9. I'm not sure. I'm from Bulgaria and all the people I know nod their heads for "yes" and shake them for "no".
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In Pakistan don’t talk to a Pashtun women it’s considered very disrespectful act as women are queens to them and this acts can lead you to death or to severe injury
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would you please explain what a Pashtun woman is? I'd be so glad to know more about your country. thanks :)
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People in Pakistan respect their women too much and they don't want strange men to irritate them or indulge in a conversation or touch them.
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A Pashtun woman belongs to a certain area,a certain city of the country, the people over there are called Pashtun. Like you say south American
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ah, I just knew that. thank you for letting me know more about this. so there isn't any way to talk to them, even it's a girl who greets them?
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This is really informative. Although some are funny, like the meaning of NOD in Bulgaria. Generally, a nod means YES.

In my home country, everything is basically acceptable as long as you have money. You would be pardoned your offences and crimes.
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Cutting in line is bad manners anywhere, I would think!
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In kenya it's a crime doing any act of corruption this could lead to loosing your job and bankruptcy
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Few things are realy un-expected. I don't know about those few are common and understandable.
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??Is not equal to the middle finger in Germany ???‍♀️
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Don't walk in the bicycle lane in Denmark either.. You don't want to piss of a viking ?
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Well about nummer 7...

It is true that you have to stay of the bicycle roads. But that is just like standing on the streets where the cars drive. The most important thing in the netherlands that you must certainly NOT do, is standing in the flower fields. This is a part of the Netherlands that is very beautiful, but also very popular by tourist. The fact that they stand in the flower fields to make pictures, causes the flower to break and die under the footsteps of people. By doing this you ruin the flower fields for the other people but mostly for the owner of the land. SO DONT DO IT. We have a special place to make these pictures called: Keukenhof.
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Thank you for reading this and hopefully respecting the flowers if you ever come to the Netherlands
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No offense, but for the 4th one, not everyone one and everywhere in the country touching an opposite gender is a taboo...only of you are a complete stranger, like seeing you for the first time and in the conservative part of the country it is considered unsophisticated
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Indians are not like shown in here as I am from India.
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as a person living in india i have seen a lot of couples skip college lectures and go to sea sude areas nd i have seen most of them making out in public and no one even flinched?
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Addressing an elderly person by first name in Zambia, or without their title, viz, Mr, Mrs or Ms. It's considered disrespectful
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10 is for sure cus I am a Singaporean
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