Things That Aren’t Considered Sketchy in Spain, but Would Be In America


January 15, 2013 by ebostick1212

It is pretty interesting how culture works, eh?  It leads me to believe that Americans, myself included, are pretty overly-suspicious at points!

1.  Hand written posters advertising rooms for rent

2.  Drinking in public

3.  Selling fruits or olives on the side of the road

4.  As previously mentioned, mullets and/or one dreadlock

5.  Teachers giving their students hugs


One thought on “Things That Aren’t Considered Sketchy in Spain, but Would Be In America

  1. blogyear says:

    lol! the fifth one cracked me up!

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