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American Customs That Are Offensive

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Taco
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American Customs That Are Offensive

Post by Taco » August 20th, 2015, 1:22 pm

If someone drives you somewhere when your in the UK don't say "thanks for the ride". That's my advice.

25 Common American Customs That Are Considered Offensive In Other Countries
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