whoever wrote this line needs to receive a medal
I will reblog this until my fingers bleed
Yup, sad but true that this particular freedom, the freedom to make decisions about your own body, are still controlled by men. I’m not even a super feminist (in the ball busting way, that is)
Breaking a nail, while sitting there doing nothing.
Something you normally do in your country may not mean the same thing in another country! Check out these strange rules of etiquette from all over the world.
A must for people who like or plan to travel, as you might offend people who live there without even know it!
SO THATS WHY A GUY SNICKERED PAST ME WHEN I SMILED AT HIMWHEN I WAS IN KOREA HOLY SHIT I WISH I SAW THIS SOONER
I’m from greece & that part is 100% true.
The part about even number of flowers is valid in Kazakhstan, too.
I remember when I first moved to the US, a student blew her nose inside the classroom and I was like “…D:> Is everyone just gonna ignore the fact that she just blew her nose in front of us…” I noticed a lot of people did it so after a while I just figured it was normal here lol. I’m still uncomfortable with it though…
Using the index finger to call someone over in the Philippines is a surefire way to get punched in the face. Instead motion using the entire hand, with both the palm and the fingers facing down. It’s a “go away” gesture in most cultures, but carries the exact opposite meaning for Filipinos.
Hmm, is that business card thing true about Japan? Because I can tell you that the ones about Australia are wrong. Mostly because we can read contextual cues and aren’t stupid.
I hear insects are the food of the future. How long til there are cricket and grasshopper battery farms?