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The thing about Denmark is true, but only when the single person turns 25 and 30 years old.
I am South African, and I have never heard of the ‘South African’ tradition of throwing furniture out a window?
Was about to say the exact same thing. Which South Africa are they referring to?
Furniture out of windows NOT TRUE
The one about Hungarian tradition is incorrect. Hungarians don't clink glasses when they drink beer - the reason is more or less correct in the text.
Clinking glasses when you drink any other kind of alcohol (but beer) is fine in Hungary.
15 is not true .it is normal to be left handed and it’s not rude
No doubt we use water, but not the way it is shown. We also use bidget spray. I have same installed in my NY apartment.
We as South Africans do not through furniture out of the window. This fact is incorrect.
I am South African and I have never seen people throwing furniture out the window on New Year's eve. Incorrect
The South Africa thing is only done in a small part of Johannesburg city. It is not done by South Africans, but by a certain West African group.
Therefore this is largely untrue.
Hungarians decided not to clink glasses for 150 years.
But it's already been 171 years since 1848..
Number one about Indian bathrooms is completely untrue. The only time you get water in a restroom is when you poop and you WANT to use the SANITARY HOSE to wash your bum. It is completely optional and most people just use wipes and toilet paper.
Even Nigerians too,we arrive two hours later and it is call “African man time”
The south africa part is a lie
Im a South African and I can boldly say there is no such tradition in South Africa. To think how I was really enjoying getting to know these new things about the rest of the world, and now I'm thinking, Is it even true??mmmh
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