Shocking Things One Should Avoid Saying While Visiting A Different Country
When we travel to another nation, we take in some valuable expressions, for example, 'How are you?' and 'Would i be able to pet your puppy?' You know the fundamentals that we may require at all times. So on the off chance that you wind up in Spain dribbling for Sushi, don't even incidentally approach them for a tuna roll. On the off chance if you do, don't be astounded if you get served a thorny green cactus on your plate. Truly, the word 'tuna' implies cactus in Spanish. Hope you find the entire list shocking and entertaining.
Never accept something called a ‘Gift’ in Norway
If anyone offers you a ‘gift,’ in Norway you better RUN. Don’t get confused, The term ‘gift’ in Norway means poison.
When You are in Russia You never ‘Won’
If you have collected more points than your opponent in an Ice Hockey Match in Russia, you should never claim that you ‘WON’ the match. You’ll end up beaten black and blue. You will be mashed up not just because he was defeated but because you told him ‘he stinks.’
You might not want to introduce yourself in Japan if your name is ‘Gary’
Gary in Japanese means Diarrhea. Better use a pseudo name would be much better.
Always ask for ‘Air’ even if you are thirsty in Singapore
Malay is one of the four official languages where ‘Air’ means water. Pretty confusing but you will surely get a hold of it soon.
No ‘lager’ for you in the Netherlands
Dutch’s like to call their storage units ‘lager.’ So better not ask for a lager if you are hoping anything other than a shoe box instead of beer.
You should eat ‘Crap’ in Romania
Crap is basically carp fish that is served as fish-egg salad and is delicious. The word is pretty disgusting but get you will surely get along.
Avoid car ‘bumps’ in Sweden
In Sweden, bumps means ‘dumps.’ So unless you want to avoid the awkward silence between you and your driver, don’t even accidentally tell the driver to slow over the bumps.