10 Ways to offend other people

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PostTue Jun 26, 2012 4:18 am » by Evildweeb


Japan seems to have a shitload of hangups.

And I am sure there are 200 other ways to offend other internationals.

Right Marduk?



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Planning a summer vacation abroad? Then don't offend the locals. Here are 10 seemingly innocent ways of offending people in other countries.

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PostTue Jun 26, 2012 5:21 am » by 99socks


11) Don't yell at your non-English speaking mother in law when she tries to undress you at your wedding party.
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PostTue Jun 26, 2012 5:38 am » by Evildweeb


99socks wrote:11) Don't yell at your non-English speaking mother in law when she tries to undress you at your wedding party.


Socks, sweetie, that requires a very long explanation.

And we're waiting, and we're waiting, and we're waiting.....................



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PostTue Jun 26, 2012 5:59 am » by 99socks


Evildweeb wrote:
99socks wrote:11) Don't yell at your non-English speaking mother in law when she tries to undress you at your wedding party.


Socks, sweetie, that requires a very long explanation.

And we're waiting, and we're waiting, and we're waiting.....................



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Umm, yeah....

Got married in Syria... was told that I would be hosted by my in-laws and NOT to offer any kind of help or assistance with general clean-up, food prep, or house chores because it would be considered rude. When I moved to Riyadh, there was a second dinner party for the family that couldn't attend the first one in Syria. THIS time I guess, it was expected of me to do all the work, however, no one bothered to clue me in on it.

So, being 100+ degrees in the home and all, I wasn't wearing anything under my jilbab, and my mother in law got angry that I wasn't participating in the serving and cleaning up. Because we couldn't understand each other, her way of telling me to get to work was to proceed to push up my sleeves and make me "comfortable" for working. I had no way of telling her I didn't have anything else on... So there we were, in the kitchen, surrounded by 20 people, with her trying to pull my clothes off and me trying to keep them on. Finally I screamed at her "Stop!" and pushed her away.

Five minutes later, the entire family had left.
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PostTue Jun 26, 2012 9:39 am » by Yuya63


Umm, yeah....

Got married in Syria... was told that I would be hosted by my in-laws and NOT to offer any kind of help or assistance with general clean-up, food prep, or house chores because it would be considered rude. When I moved to Riyadh, there was a second dinner party for the family that couldn't attend the first one in Syria. THIS time I guess, it was expected of me to do all the work, however, no one bothered to clue me in on it.

So, being 100+ degrees in the home and all, I wasn't wearing anything under my jilbab, and my mother in law got angry that I wasn't participating in the serving and cleaning up. Because we couldn't understand each other, her way of telling me to get to work was to proceed to push up my sleeves and make me "comfortable" for working. I had no way of telling her I didn't have anything else on... So there we were, in the kitchen, surrounded by 20 people, with her trying to pull my clothes off and me trying to keep them on. Finally I screamed at her "Stop!" and pushed her away.

Five minutes later, the entire family had left.[/quote]
:clapper: Thats just classic, Socks... Like in a funny movie.. :cheers:

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PostTue Jun 26, 2012 10:53 am » by Naranja


I heard from a reliable source, in Austria if you lite someones cigarette that person is a prostitute.
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