Sophia Mitrokostas, who grew up in the US however ultimately moved to the UK the place she now lives together with her husband, thinks that loads of issues which are frequent within the US aren’t so frequent within the UK, comparable to celebrating Halloween, happening journeys to benefit from the fall foliage, and tipping bartenders. You may see the cultural variations in on a regular basis life too.
“The primary time my husband and I ate collectively at an American restaurant, he was alarmed when the server took his bank card away to swipe it after the meal,” Mitrokostas wrote on INSIDER. “He was additionally completely perplexed by the necessity to signal a receipt, which apparently is not the norm within the UK.”
In UK eating places, the server sometimes brings your complete card machine to your desk, and with their supervision, you insert your card and comply with on-screen prompts earlier than grabbing your receipt and leaving.