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Eating Etiquette In Other Countries (25 pics)

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Every country has their own etiquette when it comes to eating. These are the things you need to do when you're eating in a different country.


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№1 Author: k0mmon (29 Apr 2014 03:23) Total user comments: 90


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Are these true, cause if they're not im suing for false advertisement :79:
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№2 Author: adzhoe (29 Apr 2014 06:49) Total user comments: 14959


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...must be true, it's on the internet.
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№3 Author: blah blah blah (29 Apr 2014 08:28) Total user comments: 0


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i know the korean, japanese, chinese are true (due to being taught these)
and the french one for asking to pack the stuff up i know is true as well, a friend of mine went to visit family in france and told her not to get a doggy bag since it was considered rude
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№4 Author: dekkes (29 Apr 2014 09:58) Total user comments: 0


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A lot of these are absolutely wrong...
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№5 Author: estonian (29 Apr 2014 10:19) Total user comments: 0


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You dont throw bread away! Never! You kiss it and eat it.
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№6 Author: JSK (29 Apr 2014 10:51) Total user comments: 0


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4 is false : in france we usually split the bill when we eat with our friend.
21 : usually you wait that all other people have their food served before begin to eat
25 : it's very rare to ask for a box, and yes if you don't eat what you have it could imply that you don't like it.
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№7 Author: nicopower5000 (29 Apr 2014 11:59) Total user comments: 23


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as french, I can say #4 is total bullshit.
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№8 Author: nope (29 Apr 2014 19:45) Total user comments: 0


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22, bullshit
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№9 Author: Phynix4 (29 Apr 2014 20:32) Total user comments: 5461


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I dont know about all of them, but most from Japan and China are...# 1 is the elder of the family OR a guest, which is always first served. Foriegn guests should show respect of the culture they are in by learning a little about it, but most cultures I visited through out the world were very generous and forgiving hosts.
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№10 Author: Lu (29 Apr 2014 22:18) Total user comments: 15082


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#17 In the Sotho/Sepedi language it means exactly the same.
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№11 Author: Yussef (29 Apr 2014 22:50) Total user comments: 0


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not true about Egypt
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№12 Author: LadyYoloSwagg (12 May 2014 17:25) Total user comments: 3


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#4 is a lie
It is true doggy bags are not common, and it's really weird to ask for one.
Concerning the bill, if you are amongst friends it is more than normal. If you are with your are with a buisnness client it's bad manner to ask to split of course. French are very formal so if you are with ppl you do not know very well, it could be considered rude.
Sorry for the long text, love potatoe :D
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