25 SURPRISING Ways To Offend People In Other Countries

You will not believe some of the surprising ways to offend people in other countries. Not that you’d want to. At least we hope not. This list is meant for you to be aware of some of the mannerism that could, unwillingly offend someone else. What might be OK in your country, does not mean is OK somewhere else. SO be careful. These are 25 surprising ways to offend people in other countries.

If you’re like most people, you don’t purposely look for ways to offend people. And if you travel, it would be to your advantage to make sure you don’t do something that could offend someone else. Sometimes, we may do something that is accepted in our country, but could be completely offensive somewhere else. So we have to be careful. Check out these surprising ways to offend people in other countries (and our photo credits and sources) and let us know in the comments below if you’ve ever offended someone else by doing one of these actions:

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Did you know that in some countries, finishing your meal can be offensive? In another country, crossing your arms can be seen as arrogant. If you live in the U.S. though, crossing your arms is perfectly normal. Oh and you know how in the U.S. you should tip when you go out? Well in one country, tipping can be considered rude. Be sure to see all the ways you could be offending someone from another country and not even know it These are 25 surprising ways to offend people in other countries.

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