I witnessed a mom opening a number of packs of sugar and sprinkle it of their children Coca Cola. I’m nonetheless speechless.
I can also’t comprehend how folks suppose personal medical health insurance is a risk to their freedom or that personal prisons could possibly be a good suggestion.
Lastly, the hole in the bathroom doorways. WHY
Instructional system sucks and is made to print cash and throw the youth below the debt bus. Professions that do not make any sense to spend years in uni for (nurse for instance) as an alternative of doing an apprenticeship course.
In an interview with Yale News, Sterling Professor of Political Science, Ian Shapiro, stated that the belief in politicians, events, and democratic establishments has develop into eroded. The reason for this? The switch of political energy to the grassroots. As such, there was an increase in divisive and populist politics within the US.
“Many individuals are involved in regards to the injury Trump has inflicted on America’s political establishments. What they’re lacking is that Trump is a product of unhealthy political establishments. The primary infirmity is that the USA has very weak political events. They’re weak as a result of they’re topic to manage by unrepresentative voters on their fringes and those that fund them,” Shapiro stated.
I went to the US in 2014. We landed in San Francisco and needed to hire a automobile. We thought: “we’re in america, let’s hire an enormous automobile” So we rented a “large” automobile. Then we joined the I101 and we have been the smallest automobile on the street… So with our redefined automobile we went to the Golden Gate Bridge however we have been hungry. So we stopped at a diner. My brother ordered a burger and a small 7up. He obtained a liter of 7up. He wasn’t even midway and the waitress got here to ask if he’d like a free refill (!). To quantify the bigness could be an insult of the bigly bigness that’s american life-style. Definitely a shock for me.
Strangers talked to me for no cause. I could possibly be strolling on the road and a complete stranger would come as much as me and say “good jacket” or one thing comparable.
Once I was a younger baby I went on vacation to Florida. I bear in mind going to a museum and seeing a ‘non weapons’ signal on the entrance. My mum has to clarify to younger me that within the US folks often carried weapons round, which blew my thoughts. Nonetheless does right now.
The Dutch redditor who created the thread within the first place shared their very own expertise with going to America for the very first time.
“I went to the US in 2014. We landed in San Francisco and needed to hire a automobile. We thought, ‘We’re in America, let’s hire an enormous automobile.’ So we rented a ‘large’ automobile. Then we joined the I101 and we have been the smallest automobile on the street… So with our redefined automobile, we went to the Golden Gate Bridge however we have been hungry,” they wrote.
I noticed extra overweight and morbidly overweight folks than I ever had seen earlier than in my life. Actually, earlier than I visited NYC, I feel I solely a couple of times noticed a morbidly overweight individual.
“So we stopped at a diner. My brother ordered a burger and a small 7 Up. He obtained a liter of seven Up. He wasn’t even midway and the waitress got here to ask if he’d like a free refill (!). To quantify the bigness could be an insult of the bigly bigness that’s the American life-style. Definitely a shock for me,” the redditor shared their expertise and simply how big all the pieces appeared as soon as they arrived on the West Coast.
Extraordinarily unhappy to see folks freak out about having to get medical consideration and/or sickness at work. Additionally going by means of the difficulty of verifying my journey insurance coverage certainly cowl me within the states. I’ve been much less involved going into literal struggle zones.
Having to say the ”Pledge of allegiance“ each single day, not gonna lie I discovered that actually unusual as a result of it kinda gave off North Korea vibes to me, that’s simply one thing that will be exceptional in German faculties
All the pieces is sugary and candy. I swear even bread was sugary as an alternative of salty.
Loads of folks have heard loads about American tradition with out having delved into the tradition firsthand due to how prolific motion pictures, TV reveals, books, video video games, and different types of media from the US are. So it’s solely pure that some people have a skewed understanding of how issues in American society work, basing plenty of their knowledge on stereotypes.
I went for the primary time in 1999, to Washington DC, it was the primary time I had ever seen actually overweight folks, I grew up in Eire and sure we had some chubby folks however nothing comparable.
My spouse was shocked by all of the open house, and the way we horizontally fill a lot of it up with low, swiftly constructed buildings. Strip malls and such. “It is like you’ve gotten extra space than you recognize what to do with.” And it is true!
She was additionally astonished which you could drive by means of dozens, generally even a whole bunch of miles of untamed empty nothingness, with nothing however the street you are driving on to point you are still in civilization.
To be trustworthy, the flag salut in class. I couldn’t understand it. I had flashbacks to movies seen in historical past class…. Made me really feel tremendous uncomfortable.
However in actuality, the USA is such an enormous nation that it wouldn’t be unsuitable to imagine that even People can expertise tradition shock. Any person going from the West Coast to the East Coast or from Texas to Minnesota would possibly encounter a bunch of variations. Although one doesn’t must journey far: simply going to a metropolis or visiting the countryside is sufficient to present you that the way in which that you just stay won’t be the norm elsewhere.
Swiss are well-known for the love of cheese and placing cheese on and in issues, however America takes that to a different stage…even when the cheese is much less good tasting. They suppose they’ve Swiss cheese, however what they name Swiss like a extremely sh*t model of Ementaller cheese. They’re shocked that we’ve like 400+ sorts of cheese, none of which we name Swiss.
People are shockingly open and pleasant. It’s terrifying at first. The commonly are pretty, however I can see why they suppose we’re chilly. It took me years to know issues like small speak between strangers. Many instances after I first arrived I assumed folks could be mentally unwell, cult members, or attempting to set me up for a criminal offense. lol.
Like different international locations, the US is multifaceted. You’re as more likely to discover somebody who’s prepared to provide the shirt off their backs as somebody who’s impolite to you. Extremely rich and startlingly poor? Test. Socially backwards (which might imply drastically various things relying in your viewpoint, after all) whereas additionally extremely progressive/conventional? Double-check. It’s a rustic of contrasts. Like most (if not all) nations are.
Excessive friendliness to you once you’re a buyer. An excessive amount of in my view, it made me really feel uneasy
As a German the patriotism could be very scarry. I labored in a camp for youths within the woods of North East and the very first thing we did within the morning was to collect on the flag and sing the anthem. Each morning! I can not even bear in mind after I sang the Germany anthem the final time?! One time the boys of my group, who have been the oldest group in camp, randomly stud up after lunch and began singing the anthem once more. All the youngsters joined in and after they have been completed the chanted “USA USA…” And hit on the tables in rythm. I sat there with a man from South Africa and we each have been paralyzed. I suppose for somebody with a historical past that made it essential to replicate critically on patriotism the American patriotism is tremendous scary.
Nonetheless, there are particular options that make America, effectively, America. Based on the concepts of liberty and justice for all, the USA very a lot values freedom of thought and expression, in addition to the drive and ambition to succeed. In any case, the pilgrims who have been a number of the first colonists escaped England as a result of they have been persecuted for his or her faith.
How onerous it’s to stroll in smaller cities. All the pieces is designed round automobiles. Need to go to the mall throughout the road? There’s a 6 lane street, good luck crossing that! For those who in some way handle to do it, you continue to must cross a big parking zone that’s like 10% full.
The portion sizes. The value of petrol is ridiculous.
Teenagers addressing adults by their first title. When the varsity bus driver invited my 16-yo self to “simply name him Dave” I had no thought what to do with myself. It simply would not undergo my throat.
Additionally, the over-the-top-friendliness within the service sector in direction of complete strangers. Yeah, no surprise American’s suppose we’re gloomy and miserable, lol. The primary time a store assistant exclaimed “Hello!! How are you right now??” trying as if the solar has simply come into the shop I had a minor panic assault as a result of I assumed we had met, she knew me and I used to be the asshole who forgot her. Individuals criticize the American “pretend friendliness” and the compulsory “high-quality” however I fairly favored it if it wasn’t turned as much as 11, made all the pieces appear smoother.
Nonetheless, that’s to not say that there’s no conformity within the US. Fairly the alternative. It’s a really human a part of our nature to hunt out those that suppose like us, so it shouldn’t come as a shock that in America talking out (particularly on polarizing matters) isn’t all the time met with respectful listening.
We have been a number of instances, however my first expertise was after I was 15 and transiting by means of Houston to get again to the UK from visiting Mexico.
I feel it was simply the size of all the pieces that caught with me on the time. We by no means left the airport, however the scale of the airport, the sheer dimension of all the pieces (together with the folks I am sorry to say) was monumental.
The scale of the walkways, even the bogs have been greater. I used to be hungry so purchased a slice of pizza, and I swear it was the scale of a dinner-plate (though on reflection in all probability not).
I’ve gotten used to it over repeated journeys and it would not part me anymore – however the US definitely takes ‘greater is best’ to the acute.
On the whole, low worth appears to be favored over top quality. An American will purchase a 10 USD shovel a dozen instances in his life.
Extraordinarily soiled and previous public infrastructure – NY subway feels unsafe to make use of at instances, a number of the stations seem like they’re collapsing any minute now
Pleasant but fierce, extremely individualistic however nonetheless very tribal. That’s the US for you, representing a number of the greatest and a number of the worst qualities of the human expertise. However what do you suppose, pricey Pandas? What’s your expertise with America and People been like?
So many whackos round. Individuals simply standing in the midst of the pavement with an enormous “Jesus is coming” signal or comparable
My expertise was that People act or appear to be extra pleasant and private. Nevertheless it all the time appears like they don’t truly imply it. Don‘t get me unsuitable, I met nice folks within the US. However Europeans, particularly Germans, appear to be extra reserved at first or second contact.
How tough it truly is/how a lot information is required simply to not get fats
A/C. I visited New York in the summertime, going from the recent streets and subway stations to the freezing indoors was a shock in its personal proper.
The weirdest factor for me have been homes. They have been, like big, even in center class folks, with an enormous entrance yard nobody used however needed to be excellent and tiny tiny yard for the household. It was only a waste of house for me: you purchase a land and use solely a small half on it. Why a so large entrance yard?
I went to Miami for a day after I was 11. I used to be simply so shocked and disgusted by the slums, the nation acts like they’re thus far forward however their poverty is indescribable. Each nation has their poor and underdeveloped areas, however wow man. Miami gave my system a shock.
So many chubby folks. I will see extra alarmingly overweight folks in 15 minutes in an American airport than in a 12 months residing in Amsterdam
People are very aggressive drivers. Courtesy for fellow motorists appears to not exist. Everybody in all places goes significantly over the posted pace restrict, even when police are current. I by no means discovered what the push was or the explanation for the “me first” perspective when driving. Completely pleasant folks flip into raving lunatics behind the wheel.
The nation is huge and covers many alternative climates and biomes, but it is usually shockingly the identical. One might be on the Wal-Mart in Juneau Alaska or Portland Maine and see the identical merchandise. The plazas comprise the identical shops, with just some regional variation. It’s actually bizarre how comparable the texture of all of it is…even when the folks and panorama are totally different.
On the primary evening of my first journey to the USA we ended up in a restaurant the place just about all the purchasers overtly carried handguns. That was fairly shock.
One factor that also appears to shock me on each journey is the quantity of open house as soon as you allow the cities. Drive an hour from any metropolis and also you’re just about in the midst of nowhere.
In resort rooms: We did not watch plenty of TV, however once we did, I used to be very bowled over by the quantity of commercials. I watched Cartoon Community as a child and I bear in mind the display light to black and instantly again to no matter I watched like each 10 minutes possibly (normally throughout an thrilling half, for dramatic impact). I spotted these blackouts have been meant for commercials, however my residence nation did not try this.
And in addition commercials for booze. And simply normally the depth of them. Some have been hilarious although.
The streets have been typically wayyy extra soiled and filthy than they’re in Europe, and the quantity of homeless folks have been downright miserable. Additionally the sizes of all the pieces you ordered from eating places have been fully unhuman lol. Additionally the inefficiency was stunning, you could possibly simply spend half an hour queueing in outlets or supermarkets, although there weren’t even that many costumers
A single espresso is sort of a liter and but there’s barely any espresso in it.
In golf equipment, partying, girls would come as much as you and begin a dialog. Occurred zero instances in 15 years of maturity in Europe. Occurred a number of instances an evening each time I used to be out in California.
There’s this quick meals chain, known as Sonic. It is principally a drive-in restaurant. Appears to be like like a gasoline station, the place you order from screens the place the gasoline pumps could be. You get your order delivered to your automobile, the place you eat it. It isn’t a drive by means of, you keep within the parking zone, you simply needn’t go away your automobile for a single second.
How non secular the US is. Just about everybody attended a church and the church buildings have been an enormous a part of everybody’s life. Weekly attendance was a factor. Considered one of my lecturers was very progressive (homosexual democrat philosophy phd literature trainer in a Bush worshipping space) and he was requested by his college students about which church he attended. I felt that was bizarre factor to ask within the first place.
I knew the general public transit was fairly unhealthy in most cities, however I did not understand to what extent. I went to Orlando FL and stayed within the suburbs (not even that far out although) and the closest public transport cease for attending to town heart was virtually a 2h stroll
Homeless and medicines ins the road, it’s unbelievable.
I really feel like it is a deeply splitted society, both you serve or you might be served. Otherwise you die on the street.
Bagged milk. Who places milks in baggage?! I knew that the canadians did it, however apparently the cheese consuming Wisconsinites are a part of this insanity as effectively!
The sheer distance between all the pieces and the truth that most people think about an eight hour drive no large deal
The friendliness and openness of individuals. Visited the south and everybody talked, some invited me over. The curiosity and enthusiasm of individuals overwhelmed me haha.
I skilled the most important tradition shock when my uncle and I went to get cash at a drive by means of ATM. That is after I realized that People actually do something with their automobiles
The costs. Offers have been excessive. Such as you would get 12 donuts for the value of two.5 single ones. I didnt wish to overpay for a single donut, however i couldnt eat 12. So i didnt purchased something.
Wholesome stuff was 2x-3× the value Im used to. Unhealthy stuff was half the value.
The water stage within the bogs, I walked into Three totally different cubicles in JFK that the place all seemingly blocked, till I realised that within the states the water stage within the bogs is way increased, like half the bowl, the place as right here in Europe theres only a little bit of water on the backside.
All my USA visits have been for enterprise function so I can solely inform how insanely poisonous is US working setting.
additionally as somebody born and grown behind iron curtain, younger silly me idealised USA as nation of freedom not as a rustic the place folks wish to all elements of their lives to be dictated and policed. The variety of arrests within the US yearly is one thing fully absurd to me.
and another factor, I used to be informed I ought to observe some urinal etiquette which suggests use each second one for no cause however I do not know if that was actual or some type of joke towards me.
The sensation that everybody is out to squeeze you for only one extra greenback. Granted, I’ve largely visited touristy cities (NYC, Miami, LA, San Francisco, Las Vegas), so it could be totally different in additional rural/much less touristy areas, however it was all types of small issues which constructed as much as this sense, and it made me extra cautious after I encountered individuals who appeared pleasant, as a result of I would routinely assume they simply wished cash from me. And just about all the pieces got here with a prize tag. So bizarre to drive right into a nationwide park and paying at a sales space to enter.
If you’re sitting down in a diner, any person will continuously high up your glass with icy water. I imply thanks however it was December!
The costs not together with tax so that you by no means understand how a lot you are gonna pay as a result of you possibly can’t multiply by 1.08875 in your head
For me a really unusual factor was that within the USA folks share pizzas, I used to be with a bunch of US associates they usually checked out me very unusually as a result of I ordered my private pizza, then I spotted that everyone share their And it’s not widespread, since In Italy all people have their very own (solely in uncommon circumstances like when ‘meters of pizza’ are bought) I appeared impolite however you recognize, I would like my very own pizzas ! Additionally suggestions, I wanted 5-7 days to comprehend that it’s impolite to pay ‘simply’ the traditional quantities in a restaurant
Subsequent time went to Nashville, fully totally different story. Largest distinction I observed was site visitors and transportation. So many automobiles, huuuge parking heaps in all places, just about inconceivable to get wherever on foot or by bus. And the resort was one thing that might by no means occur in Europe both.
The necessity to do math at 2 AM within the morning whereas drunk to settle the invoice. I do not wish to stiff anyone for his or her earnings, however gross sales tax actually provides to the confusion
The open and pleasant mentality of the folks. Individuals have been all the time useful and well mannered. Being a 15 y.o. teenager and known as “sir” by the folks felt excellent 😀
Mentioned it earlier than, and I’ll say it once more. The gaps in rest room stalls.
I’d heard of them earlier than I visited however they nonetheless shocked me. Actually like 2cm of house between the partitions, for actually zero cause in any respect. Individuals can look proper into the stall. Goodbye privateness! Why? Whyyyyyy? Baffling.
The sheer quantity of promoting and open show of patriotism felt very odd to me.
The scale of the parts was the obvious tradition shock, we have been there with my mum and my then teenage brother who ate loads. However on the second day we stopped ordering three parts and requested for 2 with an additional plate as a result of we have been completely unable to complete them.
I havent been to an American airport that didnt suck. Additionally the queue to get by means of customs is a joke.
How unusually quaint the lorries/vans regarded in comparison with European ones. Very unusual to see them chugging round NYC with their large bonnets.
On our final journey to the US, our automobile rental did not have the automobile we had pre-booked out there anymore.
They requested if a model new Dodge Viper could be okay.
YES, IT IS VERY MUCH OKAY, stated we, with the joy of the harmless.
…after which we needed to drive at pace limits of 60 and 70mph (~95 and 110Kph), on loooong straight streches of open street 😢.
Why. Why deposit such a toy unto our fingers if you happen to’re not allowed to drive sooner than a dying slug. WHY
Is dependent upon what state. In California i used to be shocked at what number of homeless there have been and that we could not drink the faucet water. In Tennessee i used to be shocked how concerned mother and father have been of their children lives. Even after turning 18 they’re nonetheless thought of children so long as they stay with their mother and father. It is like “so long as you reside below our roof you’ll observe our guidelines”. I additionally observed how current the cops are in all places
Went to Chicago and was delivered to a deep dish pizza place. We ordered a starter, it was breaded rooster and a big portion of fries. Could not consider it. Barely made it by means of a slice of the pizza. My pal boxed up the leftovers, put them within the fridge. On Friday her and her husband would eat all of the leftovers from the week.
Fats wildlife in all places was unhappy, junk meals pouring out of bins.
Superb nature however cafes in all places. Getting donuts on the high of pikes peak. Worker says ‘we needed to get a particular donut fryer due to the altitude, they will not cook dinner correctly in a daily one’. Why get a particular fryer although?!
The poverty. I had been to the US loads, however all the time alongside the costal cities. Certain, I noticed homeless folks round LA and New York, however I’ve seen homeless folks in Sweden too and figured it in all probability needed to do with habit or psychological sickness. Then a few years in the past I made a decision to journey throughout the US. I began in Los Angeles, then Nevada after which simply moved on all through the southern elements of the nation. There have been locations that regarded like a 3rd world nation. Properties barely holding collectively, folks with soiled garments, simply horrible horrible poverty that I’ve by no means ever seen in a developed nation earlier than.
The loudspeaker bulletins about how a lot we love the troopers. What the hell? It sounds so fascist.
The autos are actually large and most of the people are driving the form of heavy truck/van mashups that usually I solely see for the king’s motorcade or one thing. How can they afford all that gas?
I went there for a semester and needed to attend a bunch of sexual harassment schooling lessons earlier than lessons began. Appeared like a approach greater cultural drawback than in Europe.
The scale of drinks in quick meals eating places is loopy, we have been in Florida driving from Miami to Orlando and we stopped on the way in which to eat in Wendy’s, I obtained a medium Coke and when it got here I used to be shocked, it was actually the scale of a bucket, it simply goes to indicate why the weight problems drawback is so unhealthy within the US.
Imperial measurement system. For a complete month I needed to google convert all the pieces to metric. A 12 months later, I joined the army and most American Autos in our military have been are utilizing imperial measurement system and to at the present time that is one thing that annoys me
I used to be not shocked however shocked how soiled the general public buildings (like airport) have been and the way low-quality (doorways, flooring, home windows) all the pieces in buildings (together with plumbing and electrical installations in personal buildings). Sizes normally weren’t as giant as i had anticipated, particularly automobiles have been a lot smaller than I assumed.
I used to be in San Francisco with my household a number of years in the past. Sooner or later we stopped in a Onerous Rock Cafe and I ordered what I assumed could be a small brownie, and I obtained in all probability a dozen of brownies mashed into the most important cup I’ve ever seen, together with a load of ice cream and chocolate on high; even by sharing it with everybody we didn’t completed it, and it was the identical in all places.
The scale of the meals over there’s ridiculous. Additionally the gap you possibly can journey earlier than discovering any signal of life freaked me out a bit at first.
For a automobile centric nation I discovered the roads to be unhealthy (California / Nevada / Arizona). Even the worst international locations in Europe are affordable in comparison with there. The primary journey within the rental automobile I assumed the automobile was damaged, however it was the freeway.
Went to Florida for Three weeks. Requested for instructions to a sure mall on the resort. They stated it is 2 miles up the street. I ask for the closest sidewalk (as they’re removed from commonplace) that might take me there they usually take a look at me like I am an fool.
Receptionist: You’ll be able to’t stroll there, its 2 miles! Me: Sure, and the solar is shining, what’s the issue? Receptionist: Nevertheless it’s actually far! Me: You stated it was 2 miles, which suggests 3,2km to me, or did I get the conversion unsuitable? Receptionist: I dont know kilometers however I do know it is too far to stroll to the mall! Me: Okay. I will strive it and I will let you know if it killed me.
Had a pleasant stroll and got here again after a pleasant time out and about, she regarded completely astounded
I’m 30 years previous,look older. Went to a pub after work, dressed good as your common workplace employee. Nonetheless obtained requested for an ID after I ordered a beer. Felt so awkward.
Police are the rudest and most aggressive I’ve skilled wherever on this planet (and I say this as somebody who’s handled some famously prickly regimes). I’m going as much as ask instructions they usually put their hand on their gun. If I’ve greater than a single query they’re principally telling me to again off and transfer alongside. I all the time examine conflicts between American police and residents; with that perspective, no surprise it is an issue.
Tipping is so annoying and I hate the pretend friendliness that waiters placed on. People are already good sufficient, we should not must pay them to faux to be even nicer
The quantity of “fakeness” from folks within the service business: waiters, receptionists, bar workers, retailer workers and so forth
Everybody greets you with a set completely synthetic smile, they converse in commonplace scripts, all the pieces will likely be “their pleasure” and they’ll do it “for you”. You simply really feel they’re performing out a component however truly not listening to what you say they usually definitely by no means do any of the issues they promise. You simply want (a) they’d begin performing like human beings reasonably than pre-programmed service bots and (b) they’d deal with you want an precise human being reasonably than a visiting emperor.
How divided all the pieces is. There are solely extremes, no in between. I assumed this was largely the case on the web.
On the drive from the in Florida airport I noticed an “the NRA is a terrorist group” billboard proper subsequent to 1 promoting semi automated (assault) rifles.
I used to be additionally shocked what number of church buildings there have been in rural Florida. Most appeared to have promoting in contrast to something right here in Europe. Some appeared to wage struggle towards one another.
How giant/large all the pieces is. Broad roads, monumental interchanges, meals/drink portion sizes (!), automobiles greater than tractors at residence
The taxi driver asking me, a pupil driving to an affordable ass motel to remain over the evening and incomes 1/10 of his wage, to offer him a tip after paying $40 for a taxi drive 15 minutes away from the airport.
I suppose simply how gray and industrial all the pieces regarded and felt. All these buildings towering over me like that was simply so intimidating. I imply, I’ve seen all of it in motion pictures and reveals after all, however these simply cannot convey precisely the way it feels to truly be there.
All of the waste and no concern for the setting. It actually irks me.
And the way the ‘greed is sweet’ mantra has taught many individuals how they should not give a sh*t about others.
How large the roads have been and the truth that lane self-discipline doesn’t exist. Bizarre roads with six lanes which is principally a motorway within the UK. The shortage of roundabouts and all the pieces constructed on a grid means you need to cease at a 4 approach junction each couple of hundred metres. Individuals ready when the lights have turned inexperienced. In UK, if it’s inexperienced you go.
The factor I discovered actually bizarre about courting was that individuals would have the “dialog”. So you could possibly simply being courting/having-sex with a number of folks, however till you had the “dialog” there was no indication of monogamy. This was within the early 2000s so maybe issues have modified.
I discovered the American perspective to intercourse a lot much less romantic in some methods, which had it is optimistic and damaging elements. In fact, that is generalising over an enormous nation from a really small pattern.
The faucet water tasted like pool water, that is how a lot chlorine there was in it. If it hadn’t been for the truth that the water from a consuming fountain tasted the identical, I would have thought that it wasn’t drinkable.
Our waitress within the 230-FIFTH Bar in Manhattan INSULTED us (“jerks!”) once we declined to tip her as a result of the service was actually unhealthy. She truly got here operating after us (“Guys, you forgot the tip!”), when my pal circled and informed her: “30 minutes no service: no tip”. I’ve by no means seen a waiter/waitress being pissed, however she was so pissed and had us virtually thrown out after calling us names.
That there gave the impression to be no regular eating places like we’ve in Europe. It was both quick meals or an costly restaurant the place you need to make a reservation.
Distance. No, you possibly can’t drive from NY to Florida for the weekend. A flight to California lasts about so long as your flight from Europe.
My largest shock was how small the statue of liberty was as a result of after I noticed it on TV I assumed it will look fully totally different. Additionally seashores in California aren’t full of fashions that can make you’re feeling like you might be in heaven. In fact gown code in Walmart or outlets normally and morbid weight problems. Additionally seeing an automated rifle being carried by somebody.
The blatant daily racism.
Like, I knew People have been racist however it was simply soo blatant and disgusting.
Washing machines within the freaking kitchen, mixing meals and detergents in the identical room, and never even desirous about that as one thing unhealthy.