Rules In Different Countries and Don’t Do Such Things Abroad Fast Tips And Advice
FRANCE- DON’T ASK ABOUT MONEY.
UKRAINE: DON’T GIVE AN EVEN NUMBER OF FLOWERS.
INDIA: DON’T TOUCH THE OPPOSITE SEX IN PUBLIC.
JAPAN: DON’T LEAVE TIPS.
NORWAY: DON’T TALK ABOUT GOING TO CHURCH.
IRELAND: DON’T TRY TO IMITATE IRISH ACCENT.
GERMANY: DON’T GIVE BIRTHDAY WISHES BEFORE DAY.
CHILE: DON’T EAT WITH YOUR HANDS.
SINGAPORE: DON’T EAT ON PUBLIC TRANSIT.
USA: DON’T FORGET TO GIVE TIPS.
HUNGARY: DON’T CLICK GLASSES WHEN GIVING A TOAST.
CHINA: DON’T GIVE A CLOCK OR UMBRELLA AS A GIFT.
So, never do these things abroad
Strange laws from around the world, Don’t do These Things Abroad
- Keeping a salmon in the UK suspiciously – The controversial 1986 Salmon Act of Parliament specifies that keeping a salmon under suspicious circumstances is illegal. It sounds really fishy, but it is real.
- Chewing gum in Singapore – Leave the Juicy Fruit at home before going to Singapore, and then pop a breath mint. Gum chewing, a regulation imposed to keep public spaces safe, is among the long list of products that are not permitted to be imported into Singapore. The exception to this is the dental or nicotine gum.
- Anything odd in Denmark naming your baby – Celebs in Denmark will be fucked, as the country has official rules for naming babies. If you want to name anything other than the 7,000 names approved for your baby you need government approval. Sorry to the north, Apple, Ivy Blue.
- Reckless biking in Mexico – Bikers can not raise pedal feet, because it can result in a loss of power. This realistic law was established as a way to protect the riders in 1892. Still no hands are fair game, though.
- Hiking nude in Switzerland – The Swiss kindly suggest that you should not walk naked. Since a naked German man walked past a family picnicking in the Alps in 2009, Swiss canton Appenzell became the first to prohibit the indecent act.
- Being a bird’s perch in Venice – A fine of up to $700 is in store for anyone feeding the pigeons in St. Mark’s Square in Venice. The city outlawed the activity, citing the birds as a health threat and the monuments as poor.
- Whistling in Canada – Ontario’s city of Petrolia has a rule restricting unnecessary noise. The rule says no screaming, shouting, whistling or singing is tolerated at any time.
- Making your chickens cross the road in Georgia – It is illegal to let them cross the road if you own any chickens in Quitman, Georgia. In short, the legislation simply requires owners to always keep their chickens under hand.
- Wearing high heels in Greece – If you intend on sightseeing in Greece’s ancient cities, leave your stilettos at home. For certain ancient monuments, high heels are prohibited because they can destroy them and because they also hinder conservation efforts.
- Peeing in Portugal’s ocean – You can’t pee in Portugal’s ocean, but we can’t confirm or deny it was ever caught. Yet, just keep it out of respect for your fellow beach-goers, all right?
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