Comments to article «20+ Things About Life in Different Countries That Logic Can’t Explain»

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The duck soup one 😐
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I think the chicken claws are worse xD
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I don't even want to know how it tastes :D
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Now I am imagining duckweed soup in this scenario.🌚
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I stayed in the Netherlands in a small town, and when I was walking on the street, everyone was saying hi or nodding towards me, I found it a bit weird but very sweet at the same time :D
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in France in small cities is just the same. It' because in small towns and villages people kind of know each other and very often they are good friends, that's why it's normal too say hi to everyone :)
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Same in Indian villlages,many a times a whole village can belong to same family with everyone related to everyone. So greeting people is a sign of moral values and respect.
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Well Indian Roads are not that jumble of a mess anymore,but still if you are travelling north east,you can expect it. India has very high mountains with narrow roads with steep climb. So well..Best of luck
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Yes I know that. Very steep roads. Sometimes they get blocked due to avalanches then the soldiers of BRO (Border Rescue Operation) would take days to remove it. Then even if wake up earlier than you usually wake up during the morning for the sightseeing you'll always stuck up behind a queue of cars. Coming back from sightseeing doesn't take much time tho as there is no queue filled with cars.
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