Share an interesting Culture with me...
Example – In Bulgaria, Shaking the head means “Yes” and Nodding the head means “No”. (I was informed by Bulgarian friends)
While in the Philippines ... I tried to hail a cab. The driver of this one cab saw me, held out his outreached hand, palm down while fanning his fingers in and out of his palm. To me, this meant go away. But I later learned that in the Philippines, the gesture meant, "come here" or "come to me" or "come on".
by ahorseback3 years ago
I believe that the most important lessons of life were taught to me from being primarily raised in poverty .. I do NOT nor will I ever believe that any good will come of redistribution of wealth...
by jeannie.b6 years ago
my dog has both ears equally swollen but although he is now shaking his head he has not done this pr
by lilmissbookworm7 years ago
Does two crowns on the top of your head mean something?
by Elena8 years ago
What words/phrases are slangs where you live and how do you use them?Example: LondonA) Legless means Drunk (He is Legless)B) Thick means stupid (She is so thick)Any Slangs?
by SilentMagenta2 months ago
Why are police called 12?In rap music police are called 12.
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