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Jason Donner

Jason Donner devoured the universe and you are all living inside him.
  • It’s always good to know what not to do in a new country, to avoid offending others. Thanks for sharing!- Janeen

  • rrmin437@charter.net

    Why isn’t the US on this list? Oh yea, that’s right, we kowtow to everyone elses beliefs in this country….

    • Jason_Donner

      Because this is an American site with a largely American audience that assumes that Americans don’t need tips on how to behave in their own country, but if you would like to continue to feel victimized, please continue.

      • rrmin437@charter.net

        Thank you for allowing me…. But, it seems to already be a right of every US citizen.
        It would be nice to hear some American culture no-no’s… I can’t think of any, but, I’m probably too close, or biased or something like that. Can you think of any ?
        I was just trying to be funny and didn’t mean to offend the excellent writer of this awesomely informative article…

        • WillofTheGods

          Tipping for nearly everything is the go-to American piece of culture not found elsewhere. Tipping exists elsewhere but not so extensively.

  • Ethos Mc’Spoopy

    Don’t create a selection of slightly patronising generalisations about people in a country?
    I’m not crazy annoyed, but I’m British, and we love it when people invite us over! Seriously, get us a fucking cup of tea and some cake and we’ll be down for anything!

  • WillofTheGods

    So in America, you can just cut in line whenever you want and no one cares? Mint.

    The French tips are rubbish btw. Almost all French people speak a second language outside of the elderly and the rural. And it’s no worse for Vegans there than anywhere else.

    • Jason_Donner

      Not normally. Honestly, I’m not sure what the cutting in line tip is all about.