12 Things NOT to do in Japan

Eurotrash4367
Eurotrash4367

Don't point at another person. It is better to look in their direction and bow your head slightly to the side.

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Eurotrash4367
Eurotrash4367

Don't point at another person. It is better to look in their direction and bow your head slightly to the side.

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Kevser Atik
Kevser Atik

Could you guys just stop with all the Logan Paul comments? It’s really annoying.

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Adarsh Sharma
Adarsh Sharma

So that old women was Misha's grandma from kimi no na wa

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J P
J P

And never yell, ''tonight you die round eyes'' they hate that.

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AudioError
AudioError

I get anxiety when I blow my nose in public so I'm all good with that.

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Christopher Glemet
Christopher Glemet

Sorry but they aren't telling me what I can and can't do

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Julia Black
Julia Black

I like that you give insight into not only why not to do it but how it makes the other party feel (which is part of why not to, but empathy is a rare thing these days). And that you give alternatives.  Constructiveness FTW.

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Olivia Liv
Olivia Liv

Asians in general are very careful with their speech and are therefore, poor at expressing certainty... 🙃😊

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TheSouthpawSoldier
TheSouthpawSoldier

Don't smoke in public. Only smoke in designated smoking areas. Carries a heavy fine.

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M W
M W

I wish America would adopt Japan's rule of NO TIPPING. The restaurant owners need to tip their staff properly. Tipping has gotten RIDICULOUS over here.

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Limmy Lan
Limmy Lan

In Canada there are people that cross the road on a red WITH traffic.

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Fatmir Popaj
Fatmir Popaj

It would have been a good video if it was 3min long. IF

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Daniel Omitted
Daniel Omitted

So if I walked around slanting my eyes and doing my best stereotypical asian voice would that be acceptable or no?

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Kill3rdog48
Kill3rdog48

Just don't be retarded

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Ricardo Costell
Ricardo Costell

On what train-line did you find an empty train car in Tokyo?

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KpoppingOtaku
KpoppingOtaku

1: Don’t film in a suicide forest

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Pollo Frito
Pollo Frito

How about anyone from the UK and the US can do whatever they want in Japan because they own their asses since WWII !!! 🇺🇸+🇬🇧 >>> 🇯🇵

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David
David

How does this video not have Japanese subtitles? I wonder if they would find this video humorous.

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TheRod ofMLG
TheRod ofMLG

1) Don't laugh about the hiroshima

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PrinceAnzo
PrinceAnzo

Can we have a what not to do in Palestine, that would be great. You live so far from real problem it's laughable.

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Jerome Productions
Jerome Productions

A Japanese 7 Eleven exists?

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redfish337
redfish337

"7-Eleven Inc. is a Japanese-owned American international chain of convenience stores, headquartered in Dallas, Texas. "

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Jerome Productions
Jerome Productions

*Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Disappointments.*

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Turtle Lover
Turtle Lover

Don’t be Logan Paul

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Sharon Driver
Sharon Driver

Most of these rules or the same in the USA we don't or I don't eat walking down the street or blow my nose in public ( to the rest room if in public) and never cross the street if it's on red unless u want a ticket so the UK needs to get up to par or is it just you?

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ismael olvera
ismael olvera

Another Brit that is a jerk

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Nick Sande
Nick Sande

Not crossing o red kinda reminds me of germany, its pretty common here too

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Joandthefish
Joandthefish

The lack of bin is a brand new change. There used to be plenty bins....

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kawaii plays aj
kawaii plays aj

I’m going to Tokyo in March 💖 any suggestions?

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Francis Pigeon
Francis Pigeon

most of this applies to Canada as well.

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Dead na Palke
Dead na Palke

seems like they are just very oppressed and shy

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Spy Jon Sachurin
Spy Jon Sachurin

Number 8 really needs to be a thing in the US. As a person who has lived here my whole life, I have seen countless debates that could go wrong.

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Epic video guy
Epic video guy

13 don’t be a Logan Paul

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defector antal
defector antal

am I Japanese? wtf. I mean I do speak Japanese but I didn't know I had the same rules and values that they have.

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Firepaw180 AJ
Firepaw180 AJ

i-i like valerian :( comment back if you do too (get 0 comments) HOWWWW COULD THIS HAPPEN TOO MEEEEEE ;-;

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capo2k8
capo2k8

Save yourself 12.9 minutes: 1. Don't eat or drink while walking (disapproved of) 2. Don't mishandle chopsticks (don't stick in rice or exchange food with others using chopsticks) 3. Don't tip (considered personal criticism, awkward) 4. Don't make phone calls on public transport (regarded as inconsiderate) 5. Don't underestimate the importance of business cards (considered personal and valuable) 6. Don't blow your nose in public (considered rude) 7. Don't get physical (makes people uncomfortable if you're publicly or inappropriately intimate) 8. Don't be overly opinionated (prioritize being kind over being correct) 9. Don't forget to take off your shoes (or people will go ape shit) 10. Don't litter (even when there's no bin available as it's taken seriously) 11. Don't cross the road without a signal (illegal and you'll stand out) 12. Don't worry about not knowing Japanese etiquette (none of these are massively consequential after all) Others added at the end: A. Don't be late B. Don't enter a bath or a hot spring without first showering

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Λαυρέντιος Ψαροκάηκας
Λαυρέντιος Ψαροκάηκας

Dude, i love your drawing on your business card!

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mATEUSZ kurwa
mATEUSZ kurwa

I love how they keep everything clean, japanese people have much more respect for everyone and everything.

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samyenney
samyenney

You missed 1 very important one. DONT open/close your door when u taking a taxi. Let the driver automatically do it for you. They are so particular with it, I have to keep on reminding my bf everytime we get into a taxi because there was one time d back door on d left was opened and as I was getting in, my bf went around to the other side (to get himself in from the right side) and OMG.. as he opened the right side back door, the taxi driver was yelling and tried to stop him, but it was too late.. 😱 man.. he wasn’t happy..

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Haider Raja
Haider Raja

oh heres another don't get fat since it is illegal.

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Redstonedeath
Redstonedeath

The land of introverts! Japan 🇯🇵 XD jippi

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Peachy's RC and Games
Peachy's RC and Games

Never stuff someone's physical extension in your back pocket.. giggity

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ファンキーママ
ファンキーママ

少し大袈裟ですねψ(`∇´)ψ

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Michael Mello
Michael Mello

Is it weird that I already knew all of this from watching so much anime?

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none
none

Do not tell them you can build a bridge or whistle "Colonel Bogey" in public.

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helmetless
helmetless

I am curious why would you want to film a dead body, actually. I can't blame the Japanese for that, on the contrary!

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Yuri Im
Yuri Im

Ever since I've lived in Japan, I actually bow down to my foreign relatives who immediately notice the differences. I used to just wave my hands.

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Mr. BUN-BUNNY
Mr. BUN-BUNNY

Now you know anime is a fantasy world made by Japanese to make there wild dreams come truee my view of Japan being anime like is now a bit blurry

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Mr. BUN-BUNNY
Mr. BUN-BUNNY

10:30 after all TRUCK KUN CAN DROP BY ANY TIME 😈😂😂😂

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Harry CHEUNG
Harry CHEUNG

Top tip) laugh at a body, not any old body tho...

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seckin12
seckin12

Ohh, not good.... there are so many rules to remember....

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RIGENSTEIN
RIGENSTEIN

Youtube keeps telling me to watch this video but I am just gonna say what you pretty much should do or not do in this case is behave like any of the Logan brothers or even like anyone related to those pieces of shit, dont being an asshole and saying thank you and excuse me works for me wherever I go.

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Tombro
Tombro

1. Don’t shout Banzai! 2. Don’t shout Kamikaze! 3. Don’t be American

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MrAlwaysBlue
MrAlwaysBlue

Don't launch a surprise attack on Pearl Harbour

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Jan Folke Rørvik
Jan Folke Rørvik

#11- Don't feel up the women on subways and trains .

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Roberto Tenreiro
Roberto Tenreiro

what if you are black?

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ROY
ROY

13. take your dog

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Donna Peroche
Donna Peroche

Order chinese takeout

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FurryFace
FurryFace

i don't like that anywhere either , talking loudly on a cell phone on the Bus , very irritating

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RodDaG0D XP
RodDaG0D XP

What NOT to do in Detroit: be black...or white......or alive

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RodDaG0D XP
RodDaG0D XP

Apparently Logan Paul didn't see this

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Kinglink Reviews
Kinglink Reviews

Absolutely fascinating video, thanks for this one. In a subway car where there's good amount of room is playing(quietly)/reading on your phone appropriate? Is it the noise you make while talking on a phone, or is the general use of phones frowned upon also? Also how are business cards "graded"? Do they like outlandish cards, or do they prefer simplistic cards (such as the ones in American Psycho "Egg Shell with Roman"?

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Heather H
Heather H

Tbh, I think blowing your nose in public is disgusting in the US too. Just get up and go to the restroom. No one wants to hear the slimy contents of your sinuses being forced out of your nose! Nasty!!

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One Ping
One Ping

Don't point your toes at the train passengers sitting across from you. I did it once, and the old Japanese woman gave me the stink eye, and then, wile making contact with her eyes, she violently and deliberate closed them to me. I was shunned. Stupid toes.

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Iman Otaku
Iman Otaku

1) don't eat and drink while walking... and then there's the running late to school with toast in the mouth cliche in Anime

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macrokaiju
macrokaiju

don't be late... but don't jaywalk(american)... confusing

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redfish337
redfish337

don't be late... but don't speed or otherwise break traffic laws?

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Ray Bragdon
Ray Bragdon

Thats normal.I lived there for 5 years.

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コントロールベア
コントロールベア

Im a Japanese but i eat and drink while walking all the time. I think its alright.

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Nick K
Nick K

Eating and walking down the street is kind of a faux pas here too...I don’t really like watching anyone do that either. Take a minute and sit down lol.

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Powerful VeganVamp
Powerful VeganVamp

So... just do all these things because, it just doesn’t make a difference if you do or don’t do them... ok. Why did I watch this.

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redfish337
redfish337

Because you shouldn't do them. Yeah, you generally get a free pass. But the free pass says "idiot foreigner" on it.

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Tracey Hurrey
Tracey Hurrey

The not blowing your nose thing is enough to put me off, people used to blow their noses in western countries, as it was bad manners to sniff continuously, that's gone now and people just sniff all the time as i dont think manners are very important any more lol, I always seem to see attractive, beautifully presented women who chew gum with their mouth wide open, and the people with runny noses always seem to sit next to me.

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StarTsurugi
StarTsurugi

But I see schoolgirl running with toast in their mouth in anime all the time! Running and eating!

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CharChar Animations
CharChar Animations

Wasn’t planning on it

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Diamond Tiara
Diamond Tiara

you know, these rules also applies mostly in Europe and even in Russia, and you know who's the most disrespectful? like yelling on the phone on a metro/bus, eating WHILE walking, and so on here: three types.- The Americans- The Arabs- The Chavs/Youth/little punks/brats. you are white, act as one!

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tiger31486
tiger31486

Things I've learned today: "You don't want to stuff somebody's physical extension down your back pocket." Duly noted sir.

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0Funker0
0Funker0

I'm sort of a rules freak anyway, I'd have no problem there. Thank you for posting, I really wish America would adopt some, if not all, of these rules.

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stephen nelson
stephen nelson

dont eat whale .thats the number one thing

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thequestess
thequestess

DON'T wear your house slippers into the bathroom. This is right up there with wearing your street shoes in the house. Yes, if you live with a host family, you will be wearing the same bathroom slippers that everyone else is, and THAT might seem gross. But not wearing the slippers, or going barefoot in the toilet room, is super gross to them. DON'T make the "come here" motion by curling up all your fingers and moving your forefinger between straight out and curled up. (It's very offensive, related to death) Instead, turn your hand palm down, fingers out straight, and move all of your fingers down and back. Don't make the OK symbol, with your thumb and forefinger in an O shape and your other fingers straight up. It means "money" in Japan. Don't stand on the left side of the escalator. If you're on the left, you have to walk. If you want to stand and ride, stand to the right side (even if you're with a friend, just get in front of, or behind them). Don't lick you fingers before you turn a page. (I did this once with the sign-in log at the university library, and I got so many disgusted looks!) If you can't get the page to separate from the others, just figure out another way to do it. Don't be loud and obnoxious. Kind of goes with not talking on the train (except really quietly to your neighbor), and not expressing a strong opinion. Basically, you want to be pretty quiet, polite, and never blunt, anywhere you go. Don't accept a gift on the first attempt. First say something like, "oh no, no, no, that's ok." Don't accept it on the second attempt. Do accept it on the third attempt (even if you don't want it). Unless it's an award ceremony, then take it right away, haha. In either case, receive it with both hands, bow, and say thank you. If it's a non-material gift, like someone bought your lunch, then bow and thank them. When offering a gift, offer it with both hands, and expect it not to be taken until the third instisting. Don't say no. Just like that "maybe my cat is dead" guy. Except you can probably say that you don't have a cat. But if someone asks you your opinion, or asks if you want to do something, you shouldn't say no. Instead you suck air through your teeth and then say, "maybe" in a way that sounds like you really don't want to do whatever it is. Don't quietly eat your ramen or udon. Slurp it loudly! Don't slurp your soup. Drink it quietly. Don't have a personal space bubble. Pack yerself into that train or elevator like a sardine. You will be pressed right up against your neighbors. (Although, if the car isn't full, maybe don't just press yourself up against some random stranger!) Don't forget your hand towel, or you're going to have wet hands after you use the public bathroom. Don't say you're hungry by patting your belly (it means you're pregnant). Do say you're hungry by clasping your hands together and swiping them out in front of your belly, up an down, making the shape of a big fat belly (you know, like how you say you're pregnant in America). Don't pass on the right, when encountering oncoming people on the sidewalk. Japan drives on the left, so they go to the left when two oncoming paths intersect. (It was tough for me, because as an American, my automatic reaction is to move to the right. I almost got run over by a bike once!) There is also driving and parking etiquette, but I was only a passenger so I only noticed a few things. (Turn off your lights when stopped at a red light. Always back in to parking spaces.) DO wear a surgical mask if you're sick. If you're female: DO shave your arm hair and leg hair off. They'll give you a pass if you're a foreigner, but all the Japanese ladies shave off ALL of their visible body hair, which they view as gross to leave on - don't ask me about the hidden hair, lol. (Okay, it's OK to keep your eyebrows, but some of them shave those off too! But so do some of us westerners....) If you're female: Don't pee when anyone can hear it. They usually have noise-makers in the bathroom that you press before you pee. If they don't have a noisemaker, flush the toilet and pee while it flushes. (I know, right?!) And yes, flush it again when you're done. That would be way worse than being heard peeing! If you're cooking where Japanese can see you (dinner party?), DO cover your hair with a bandana while working with food. Also, I really liked this book: The Japanese Mind: Understanding Contemporary Japanese Culture https://www.amazon.com/Japanese-Mind-Understanding-Contemporary-Culture-ebook/dp/B0055TH4GO Which covered a lot of the things mentioned in this video, plus more. I had plenty of time to read it on my flight over ;) Which is what I did too, just like this guy, hahaha.

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matster shardel
matster shardel

And this is why I live in the UK!!

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FanfareT.Loudest
FanfareT.Loudest

That light crossing one is just like me, I must be Japanese, lol! One time there was no traffic either way but out of habit while I was walking I pressed the button to change the light anyway to cross.

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I am
I am

When I saw the thumbnail I thought it was *Elon* *Musk* 😐

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Kiters Refuge
Kiters Refuge

15. Don't go to Japan to chill out. 16. Go to Japan if you are Swiss...it will be home from home.

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Br4ve H3art
Br4ve H3art

Never go into suicide forest vlogging

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Madame Mayhem
Madame Mayhem

I’ve been there and they are not that timid.

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Exploding Baguette
Exploding Baguette

Logan paul hate comments everywhere

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Ken Foye
Ken Foye

I don't think rubbish bins are "disturbingly rare" in Japan, and I've been here for 20 years. That is probably just a Tokyo thing. "Don't blow your nose in public" seems to be a Tokyo thing too. I live in Hokkaido and I've seen people do it fairly frequently.

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sapphiro
sapphiro

People in Japan can spontaneously become animated.

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Ash Ketchum
Ash Ketchum

But you should still watch Anime. (Capitallized for our respect for it)

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wbfields
wbfields

Wait... "Valerian and the city of a thousand disappointments" tho... lol

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Paul Weissleder
Paul Weissleder

Don't cross on a red ever (also in Israel)

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helder skelter
helder skelter

Things not to do in japan... tell people you are american.

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T. C.
T. C.

Imagine the DON'Ts if there was a third nuke.

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TheThoerlChannel
TheThoerlChannel

In Germany there is this understanding amongst most pedestrians that you can cross a street on a red light IF there are no children around to see you. If there are children standing and waiting for green, you set a good example by also waiting. If there's no one around tho... most people will probably still cross the road on red.

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TheOneTrueKaliban
TheOneTrueKaliban

Don't go around making big, expansive mushroom shaped gestures with your arms and saying, "Kaaaaa.....FOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOooooooooooooooooooooommmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.........." Jesus, they HATE that!

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Kiana Ant
Kiana Ant

"It's all about the respect logang"

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WesIsaLeo
WesIsaLeo

Say you have a weapon in a men's stall. You'll be shot and then float off into a metaphysical adventure filmed by Gaspar Noe.

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BlueKavet
BlueKavet

In Australia we never tip.

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Forty
Forty

I carried an empty can of coke around for over 2hrs in Tokyo a couple of years ago because there was no bins anywhere haha. Great list, takes me back to Japan. Great country, great people.

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Dana Reese
Dana Reese

You forgot don't hand money to a person when buying something, that what the trays on the counter is fir near a register.

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jose ventura
jose ventura

Such clean subway.

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