10 Things Americans Do That Confuse The Rest Of The World!

  • Top things Americans do that confuse everyone else! These are the confusing and weird customs of americans and things americans do that confuse the rest of the world!

    #5. “Hollywood Smile”-- Another place that foreigners think Americans are wasting water is at the Dentist’s office. While dental hygiene in other countries may not be as bad as it is stereotyped to be, like in England, they aren’t quite as obsessed with attaining or maintaining the perfect smile in the way that Americans have. Where Americans have been known to spend thousands of dollars on braces and whitening procedures in order to get a pearly white Hollywood grill many foreigners are content with crooked and discolored teeth as long as they aren’t falling out or making them look like Nosferatu. Most foreigners from first world nations care about their teeth, they just haven’t become indoctrinated with the intense beauty standards American society has made a part of its culture in regards to dental perfection. In many countries, having a brighter than normal smile that is unnaturally straight is viewed as superficial to the point of being unattractive or off-putting.

    #4. “Dining Out”-- Tipping your server and taking home leftover food. Two habits that are so ingrained in the American dining experience that they can be hard to kick, but rest assured if you try doing these outside of the US you are sure to draw confused looks and reveal your Stars and Stripes. In most Asian and European countries a service charge is either already included in your bill or it is not customary to leave a tip. In many places if you do try to tip you can offend your waiter, this is because a tip can be seen as a person having pity on their server or offering some sort of charity. In some countries giving good service is expected whereas in the United States the food industry has become a sort of meritocracy. Foreigners see this as absurd, why should a server be rewarded for something they should be doing in the first place? However, In places where tipping is insulting waitstaff aren’t ridiculously underpaid like they are in the U.S. The other habit that can draw the scoffs of onlookers at a restaurant outside the United States is asking for a ‘doggy bag’ or ‘to-go box’. In many countries, especially European ones the idea of saving a hot meal at a restaurant in order to reheat it and eat it at home is a disgusting prospect. Many dining cultures believe that the food is meant to be eaten exactly how it is prepared by the chef or cook at that moment, not to be consumed after the various sauces and meat juices congeal or have their perfect grilling or baking sullied by your microwave. A lot of the reason that Americans have developed this custom of bringing scraps home with them is due to portion sizes being generally much larger in the States than elsewhere. This may be a result of capitalist consumers becoming obsessed with getting their money’s worth causing restaurants to have slowly battled to stuff people’s gullets.

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  • Blunttalker 67
    Blunttalker 67 3 hours ago

    What a load of bollocks about the ice.

  • Michał Janaszak
    Michał Janaszak 3 hours ago

    most absurd shit ever. no tips or ice in drinks in europe? what bullshit is that

  • Thomas D
    Thomas D 4 hours ago

    A real self hating America produced video. As if I care what foreigners like of how we like to live here. Our culture is different than theirs, how shocking. If they don’t want ice, large portions, and refills of soda or coffee then stay at home. If I travel and want a to go box, too bad. Wasting food is a no no to Americans, and getting my monies worth is a yes yes for Americans. Viva la difference

  • NeefNeef
    NeefNeef 4 hours ago

    The only thing that confuses us is your voting system. Choosing between Donald Trump or Hilary Clinton isn't a choice, it's a tragedy! How can you allow for such a system?
    For the rest we don't care enough to be confused.

  • strfltcmnd.
    strfltcmnd. 5 hours ago


  • Brian Kane
    Brian Kane 6 hours ago

    Further proof that the United STATES is a collection of different COUNTRIES and not "counties". One COUNTRY - one tax rate.
    Is it spelt Taffy?
    WHY buy bottles of that which is virtually FREE from your tap?
    They don't even have an earth lead/socket either. :¬0
    A tip is an EXTRA for good service, NOT a compulsory fraction of your pay, by that gauge it is no longer a "Tip" it's compulsory payment. There ought to be NO food left at the end.
    NO - we get ice and have to tell them NOT to put it in.
    Can't think of ANYWHERE without "take-away" cups for coffee.
    You can be SHOT fighting for your country and never had a booze? HELLISH STUPID!
    WRONG - Our idiots are now promming. We'll be another State ere long.
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  • Brian Kane
    Brian Kane 6 hours ago

    Their TEETH?

  • Ken Tang
    Ken Tang 11 hours ago

    9: In Victoria, Australia, road trips are quite common. Popular options are driving to Rye, Sorrento or Rosebud.
    7. Nah bruh, Australia is fat af too.
    6. Australia has the same problem, our water is very drinkable, but a lot of people I meet find it disgusting and rather drink Voss, Fiji or Franklin.
    3. Malaysia, ice in drinks is very common.
    1. Australia. High school graduations and prom is common. Here, we call prom; formal.

    This video is hilariously wrong.

  • Ham Spam
    Ham Spam 12 hours ago

    Watched video good

  • 999999999999999 subs with egg

    There's always ice in UK u have to ask to not have it

  • yummy 3.14159
    yummy 3.14159 Day ago

    6:48 nose faratuuuu

  • monstersince
    monstersince Day ago

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  • monstersince
    monstersince Day ago

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  • Bryan Sorohan
    Bryan Sorohan Day ago

    While there are some things I agree with here, the makers of the video are clearly talking about a few parts of the world, mainly Europe. Seriously, go to China, then tell us about things like bottled water and wasteful food portions in restaurants.
    I've generally expected that when I visit other countries, things will be different from home. Words like "confused" and "disgusted" make foreign visitors to the US sound as if they are exceedingly provincial and naive. Which is not the case at all.

  • monstersince
    monstersince Day ago

    fucking talking

  • Alexander Vegt
    Alexander Vegt Day ago

    11. Invade other countries that arent a threat.

  • TheAnonymous916
    TheAnonymous916 Day ago

    So in other words...Americans are fat. Got it!

  • mr2atara
    mr2atara Day ago

    We had a Texan working with us a little while ago.
    He couldn't believe we would get a box of beers after work, crack one open and drink it on the way back to the yard.
    We told him that as long as you were under the limit, it was sweet as and the police wouldn't do anything.
    He told us you'd be arrested straight away back in his home town.
    It got even sillier though.
    He said you could be arrested for having EMPTY alcohol bottles or cans in your car, even if they had been in there for weeks.
    I'll never forget the look on his face the first time he was with me when we got pulled over while I was having a beer and nothing happened.

  • Scott Legge
    Scott Legge Day ago

    Where has this person travelled? All these things happen in other countries, except tips and that dumb sales tax thing

  • cHubby Love1
    cHubby Love1 Day ago

    Yea. I love to put cheese and apple pie in a blender and add my surplus of water from my toilet and mix it all up with some ice while taking a selfie of my pearly whites and planning a long distance road trip to my cousins high school graduation

  • Peter M
    Peter M Day ago

    They don’t know much about Australia either most of our drinks are served with ice.

    • Greebo
      Greebo 18 hours ago

      Yep. Try and buy a good scotch in a pub in NSW or Queensland without it. I know, because I always ask as I don't want ice in a top shelf scotch, and they refuse because they are not allowed to serve 'shots' under the responsible serving of alcohol laws.
      Australians also drive long distances. We are more likely to than Americans, who fly everywhere. Take away coffee is also huge here. Doggie bags are common.

  • Gert-Jan van der Lee

    I really doubt that Europeans travel by train that much. Most probably drive. Closely followed by flying. Trains are somewhere at the bottom of the list.
    And a month of paid vacation time? 24 days was the most for me.
    And no, people in the United states don't eat as much cheese as most Europeans. USA isn't even in the top 10.
    And no, we don't have to get our passport stamped at the border. Schengen remember!
    And nope, it is pretty normal to get ice in your drinks too here. Just not that much.
    And no, coffee to go is very normal here too. Allthough a lot of people might prefer to sit down and relax while drinking their coffee, we do have Starbucks and similar coffeestands.
    And no, most European countries do not have their drinking age set at 16 or 17 but at 18. Just as the map in your own video showed.
    You know what does suprise the rest of the world? How crappy the fact checking is in your crappy videos.

  • raymond289
    raymond289 2 days ago

    Including Canada. Salty food not as much.

  • Tony Walters
    Tony Walters 2 days ago

    Did you actually do any research for this, or did you just wing it and think it sounds right?

  • Gothus Touchstone Singularity

    It's soft drinks, not pop!

  • Benjamin .Heneberry
    Benjamin .Heneberry 2 days ago

    "In some countries, giving good service is expected..." I guess the person who wrote the script for this hasn't done much world traveling, because the US is known for it's customer service. Go to Belgium if you want to know what it's like when people don't have to work for a tip; hint - it isn't good.
    As an American, I would much rather pay a couple bucks more to not be treated as if my presence in the restaurant was a massive inconvenience.

  • beerborn
    beerborn 2 days ago

    California biggest fucking sales tax in the nation. Time to move to Oregon or Montana. Only problem in Alaska is things are way over priced and that's without taxes.

  • Cell Baciami
    Cell Baciami 2 days ago

    Apple pie and cheese? 🤮🤮🤮🤮

  • Gyyio Animations
    Gyyio Animations 2 days ago

    american are obsessed W/ cheeseburgers

  • Edvin Alcantara
    Edvin Alcantara 3 days ago

    This is full of bs, in sweden we have ice in the drinks everytime at restaurants, graduation is huge, coffe to go in normal, i’ve never seen a outlet with a switch, tipping is not obligatory but very much apreeciated and we don’t even get our passports checked when crossing a european border etc. and btw your tax thing is still stupid.

  • Tim Metherall
    Tim Metherall 3 days ago

    What about gun laws!!!?

  • Nick Jones
    Nick Jones 3 days ago

    We don’t need our passports to travel through Europe. It’s border free to European. And US cheese has no comparison to European cheese. US cheese is cheap stodgy pap. And the reason we drink tap water is it’s safe to do so. Also in the UK we all visit the dentist every 6 months. Also leaving tips is the norm in the UK. I’ve never left a restaurant without tipping and doggy bags are always available. Ice is ALWAYS ALWAYS available everywhere. And coffee shops were invented in europe! Coffee to go has been the norm for 60 years! This list is total bullshit!!!!!

  • 0nly This
    0nly This 3 days ago

    Let's not forget the often exorbitant, highly competitive Latin American Quinceañera

  • Art Jenks
    Art Jenks 3 days ago

    Attention all non- Americans... I live and work in Las Vegas. My advice is to learn “our” custom of tipping before coming here. If not you will pay the price in the end. Don’t get all butt hurt, just adjust to our customs as you expect us to do.

  • Living Faith
    Living Faith 3 days ago

    straNge... to announce sports wins as if it is "the news"! UGGH!

  • Dan Drory
    Dan Drory 3 days ago

    What fictional europe have you visited that stamped your passport when crossing borders. Read up about the schengen area. No car nor train trip will require a passport. And even an airplane trip wont stamp it. It's just a requirement to get into international airspace.

  • Stephen Packard
    Stephen Packard 4 days ago

    God Bless Capitalism

  • Sirynx77
    Sirynx77 4 days ago

    Anyone else get annoyed with the voice and cadence of the narrator to the point that you want to smack him?

    Just me then... move along then.

  • Bob Billings
    Bob Billings 4 days ago

    There's a world?

  • D-Base Rox
    D-Base Rox 4 days ago


  • Mar Sa
    Mar Sa 4 days ago

    Canada doesnt include tax in their price tags either.. Id say its more eof a North American thing... But okay.

  • Louis Befano
    Louis Befano 4 days ago

    68 year old American. Never heard of Apple pie with cheese. The first time I ever had bottled water was in Egypt 30 years ago, Mexico over 25 years ago and 8 countries in Europe over the past 15 years. Sales tax; Most European countries are no bigger than many US states, so the sales tax thing is a joke. Ireland, the UK and Iceland, to name 3, add the VAT at the register. In fact, many places have multiple taxes added at the point of sale.

  • Radio42
    Radio42 4 days ago

    this list is fucking stupid and ignorant

  • Im Just Chillin
    Im Just Chillin 4 days ago

    Well I usually ask for ice I didn't know it was more of an American thing lol

    • Nick Jones
      Nick Jones 3 days ago +1

      Im Just Chillin it’s not, it was actually introduced in fast food restaurants in the us to fill up the cup and use less drink. But it’s been used in sprits for hundreds of years. Particularly in Scotland

  • Gary Terrell
    Gary Terrell 5 days ago +3

    Turn off that awful background music and I might watch this!

  • Wattatsattat Gdfagdfadafda

    Tipping is seen as a compliment for good service instead of being mandatory, but still perfectly common. Taking leftovers home is also normal.
    This video is really not well researched.

  • Wattatsattat Gdfagdfadafda

    Don't want to be a smartass, but Europeans don't have to get their passports stamped when traveling borders.

  • Marilyn Catalano
    Marilyn Catalano 5 days ago

    I agree with the bottled water, but teeth??!!! Come on. Know I know why so many European people's teeth look horrible. Crooked beyond measure. Of course we'd use braces. Teeth are a sign of a healthy beautiful mouth!!!

    • Wattatsattat Gdfagdfadafda
      Wattatsattat Gdfagdfadafda 5 days ago

      The video is pretty much straight up wrong there, but it's nice too see how easy it is to trigger stereotypes.

  • Adam Black
    Adam Black 5 days ago

    not very accurate!

  • George Gates
    George Gates 5 days ago

    Europeans are pretty smart - But not with Alcohol.. Earlier drinking age?? Great!! Now you have even more time to obtain that Heavy Drinker Moniker or Alcoholic Degree you always wanted. Or, better yet get that liver transplant you desire. Cigarettes or Booze = horrible death.

    OZYMANDIAS 5 days ago

    I was thinking this must be an older stream but it's not. A few of the things mentioned have taken off in Europe, like bottled water and coffee.

  • MFnDahk
    MFnDahk 6 days ago

    8:40 I've never seen someone have that much trouble eating pasta.. That'd be frustrating to watch for an entire meal.

  • uncle zach
    uncle zach 6 days ago

    Wait, ice is weird? Shit

  • The BoneZone
    The BoneZone 6 days ago

    We should nuke the UK to be honest

  • Sio Witchdocter
    Sio Witchdocter 6 days ago

    Number one trying to put together five nights at Freddy’s timeline

  • Smantha 32
    Smantha 32 6 days ago

    What are we supposed to do about the sales tax thing? This guy makes it sound like we can just quit doing it.

  • CHEF
    CHEF 7 days ago +1

    8:40 doesn’t get a single pice of pasta

  • Peter Van
    Peter Van 7 days ago

    strangest thing American are know for? how about prude?

  • SMGM
    SMGM 7 days ago

    I call BS you haven't been to Japan.

  • Jeffro Kraus
    Jeffro Kraus 7 days ago +1

    I have some experience in Europe (some countries), and some of the things you are saying about 'European' countries -- I have never seen before. In the places I've been, it was essential to use bottled water, for example.

    - Ice in drinks: yes, very american. Agree. :-)
    - Holidays, yes, agree. Most countries have local saint festivals (if they are Catholic), and town holidays and country holidays. More than USA does. Life is better there.
    - Salt and Sugar -- yes, agree. USA has sugar (and the worst kind: the high fructose corn syrup), in almost everything! It's disgusting, and shameful.
    - Toilet amount of water. Yep, Italy has way less water in the toilet.
    - Leftovers. I would never take leftovers in Europe, it's seen as embarrassing . When you go out in some countries in Europe, it's a special occasion. In USA we tend to go out, just anytime we want, for any reason.
    In Italy I've been out in restaurants, we spent at least 2 hours there, eating, relaxing, joking around. Oh, and an additional one ::: They don't expect you to "be quiet" ... you're out, people are as loud as they want, enjoying their family or company.

    - The tipping one is kind of right, for Italy. In Italy you tip, but not really based on percentage of the bill. Just a small token of appreciation. like 5 bucks max, for a bill of 100 dollars, I would say. Also, being a restaurant server is an actual profession, in many countries. So, they get paid more than here, and don't count on tips.
    - Cheese in USA recipes. In Italy, they LOVE cheese. But, the cheese is really good quality. Buffalo Mozzarella (sitting in water at the deli, always available), provolone, etc.
    - Bottled Water. Everywhere I've been in Europe -- they all used bottled water, and DID NOT drink the water form the tap, on purpose.
    - I've never seen switches on outlets in Italy or Germany, where you could shut-off the power directly on the outlet. I have seen it in a movie though. I'm sure it's true, but never seen it in several places I've been, including hotels or people's houses, or where I lived.

  • Jordan Leonard
    Jordan Leonard 8 days ago

    Americans also don't understand why we have to work almost every day of our life

  • Von Musklaus
    Von Musklaus 8 days ago

    I think only Canada , New Zealand , USA, England and Australia add tax on at the cashier. I live in South East Asia, the price you see is the price you pay

    • mr2atara
      mr2atara Day ago

      Take NZ off your list.

  • Michael Ledford
    Michael Ledford 8 days ago

    Screw Europe ,America's economy is bigger by far so how about Europeans learning about the way Americans live ,idiot Europeans drive on wrong side of the road FFS and live with parents till parents die .

  • Rebecca Singh
    Rebecca Singh 9 days ago

    3:50 salt & sugr r not flavours usa! Try spices!

    SONIDODJCORTEZ 9 days ago

    twerking and dancing fortnite moves

  • Gary Gagnon
    Gary Gagnon 9 days ago

    Say what...America isn`t the world....well l just got a rude awaking........NOT.

  • Professor Taboo
    Professor Taboo 9 days ago

    Tap water is not healthy! 🤦‍♂️ they are adding tons of things to the water including used toilet water that have cancer drugs and hormone that can not ever be scrubbed out .

  • MP E
    MP E 9 days ago

    SADLY PROMS Growing popular in UK ( and thats not Last night of the proms )

  • Shane Mahpar
    Shane Mahpar 9 days ago

    That not tipping in other countries thing it’s total bullshit. The only people I ever hear that from our people who live here. Nobody’s gonna get pissed at you for giving them extra money

  • Laura Denham
    Laura Denham 9 days ago

    Apple pie with cheese?! Who eats that?

    NTMBROGAN 9 days ago

    This is total bull, Canada is the exact same way, if you don't tip in Canada good luck getting service again if you ever go back. We all ask for take out containers. along with Mexico I think you should change it to Things North Americans do that confuse the world. But then again it was made by an American where you only think of yourselves. And in your school system you are taught nothing but American geography. Actually I was in Pennsylvania one time and the girl at the hotel didn't even know where Maine was, thats a state you have on the east coast lolol so maybe it's your education system that's fucked and the curriculum they teach because it's known to all of the world a lot of Americans know nothing about the rest of the world only the state you live in. As I just scrolled down I noticed a lot of people from other countries calling this video out also. I think you should fact check before making a video thats it's false. No wonder Trump throws out the fake news comments all the time. You just read whatever Wikipedia says and make a video silly Americans. But thanks for spending all your tax dollars on the military n keeping the world safe thats all u have to boast about. And yes none of the NATO or UN contribute as much why would we, were smarter then that we will let you tax your citizens to death, oh and th terrifs you put on Canada made our iron ore mines boom we are now shipping thats right to China, Japan, Germany and another little know fact that u have no idea about Canada has the 3 largest oil reserves and guess who our biggest buyers are the United States but ya have a moron in charge like us trudeau is an idiot but guess where were going to send it now that's right China and Europe pipeline running right across the country. So you americans keep building ur military and allowing ppl to die because of no universal health care and shooting up schools while the rest of the world moves on without you because we don't need you rant over

  • Soomega2013
    Soomega2013 9 days ago

    americans are europeans, americans do not have their own identity
    every american has European ancestors and european blood in the veins, more than 60 million germans have immigrated to the usa and live there or come from other european countries like spanish, italian, french etc., the people who call themselves americans have their relatives in europe , on this map you can see the europeans representing america, light blue is german incidentally the american president is also of german descent and also many of his relatives live in germany

  • Doug Van Sickle
    Doug Van Sickle 9 days ago

    I have to admit that almost everything listed as America is also true in Canada.. Weird I was not aware how similar we are.

  • Ken Harris
    Ken Harris 9 days ago

    cliche generalized bullshit.

  • ddale20
    ddale20 10 days ago

    I lived in Europe (Germany) and we drove cars from city to city. In fact, the reason many don't have cars is that they can't afford them. We have a higher standard of living ever since we left Europe and became our own and greatest nation. We now just have to be cognizant of pollution and waste. Also, I agree with the obsession with food and sugar. That has to be curtailed. We are way too fat. Smaller portions and more encouragement to move would be nice, but we don't want government mandating what we do with our lives. That's a recipe for disaster.

  • Alberto Alonso
    Alberto Alonso 10 days ago

    - "We don't put tax on price tags because it would be too complicated". This is probably the lamest excuse I have ever heard. Do your fucking job.
    - "People in the USA drive cars because the cities are far apart". Exactly as apart as in any other country, or do you believe that Paris is two miles away from Amsterdam? Yet the tax money in Europe is dedicated to building public infrastructures instead of war.

  • CowsRus
    CowsRus 10 days ago

    Interesting, but in many of these you said that it's only how it is in America. I guess you mean the USA. Well in England where I live, several of these things are the same as the USA. Oh and I don't mean Europe, as despite the fact most Americans class England as part of Europe, it actually is not (for all intents and purposes). England is part of the UK, and while on the continental shelf of Europe and part of the European Union (for now), only the younger uneducated think of England as "in Europe". It's actually offensive to most though, and the culture here is vastly different from anywhere else on the continental shelf of Europe.

  • Kevin Garnett
    Kevin Garnett 10 days ago

    I guess you tink the rest of the world means Europe. Most of what you said in top ten was complete nonsense 😂

  • Mike Miller
    Mike Miller 10 days ago

    Yes us American s have made high school the most propaganda shit put on by the gov it fucking retarded

  • golfmaniac007
    golfmaniac007 10 days ago

    I agree with high school graduation getting too much hoopla. U havent really graduated till u get a college degree. High school diploma is quite useless. Even a technical school trade holds more value.

  • Mike Love Thyself
    Mike Love Thyself 10 days ago

    After watching this I like the US a little bit more now

  • llcoolray3000
    llcoolray3000 11 days ago

    10 Things That Make America Awesome

  • Moon Shadow
    Moon Shadow 11 days ago

    Americans obsessed with teeth? I live in Appalachia and all I can say is... no no no... I myself couldn't care less how my teeth look as long as I can chew painlessly.

  • Daniel W
    Daniel W 11 days ago

    Half of these are biased and plain wrong, lol

  • Robby
    Robby 11 days ago

    No ice? Wtf is wrong with the rest of the world

  • Adjustable Creep
    Adjustable Creep 11 days ago +1

    I live in NH so I feel just as bewildered when I buy something out of state and forget about sales tax

  • Kelvin Alvarado
    Kelvin Alvarado 11 days ago

    Okay buddy now that just insulting

  • Nathan Martin
    Nathan Martin 11 days ago +1

    I haven't cared what Europeans think about what Americans do since 1776.

  • More Lucytheweinerdog
    More Lucytheweinerdog 11 days ago

    *reports for misleading*

    WhatAnESHAY YTB 11 days ago

    Everything is fucking Europe, Do you only know USA and Europe holy shit!
    And wtf Australia has ice in our drinks

  • SCKUK Official
    SCKUK Official 12 days ago

    erm excuse me
    I'm from the uk and all of my daughters have been to a prom, infact i'm currently buying a dress for one of them now... We too do like clean straight white teeth thank you very much. Ice is available on request depending on what you order it may even be offered, we do ask for doggy bags, we do get refills in certain bars and restaurants, we can drive from country to country, oh and another 1 for you we do tip our dining staff. As for the rest you right we do think you americans are weird and somewhat uneducated, sadly this vid does you no favours on the later, coz boy do you look thick right now....
    So please if you are going to try and make a factual video at least get your facts right first.
    I was actually interested in our differences but allas instead i find myself so insulted i now find myself educating you. tut tut
    And you call yourself Factnomenal, should be make it up as we alongenal judging by this video.

  • Noel Evans
    Noel Evans 12 days ago

    I never understand why Americans cut food using a knife and fork and then put the knife down transfer the fork to the right hand and the spear the meat or whatever and finally it reaches the mouth.By the time they are halfway thru I imagine the food is cold ,which probably accounts for why Americans habitually leave so much uneaten.

  • RandomGamer
    RandomGamer 12 days ago

    im american and i dont like ice in my drinks, or llike sweet salt combos,(sometimes but def not pie and cheese, or chicken and waffles)

  • Ken Keicher
    Ken Keicher 12 days ago +1

    Who cares? I wouldn't go to another country and criticize how they do things there. Not subscribing.

  • Kagowitch
    Kagowitch 12 days ago

    that tax argument makes no sense, if they know the price when you are paying.

  • Just Looking
    Just Looking 12 days ago +10

    WHy, oh why, do I ever click on a '10 things' video?

    • Donald Duck
      Donald Duck 2 days ago

      Your comment ironically has 10 likes currently

  • Charlie K
    Charlie K 13 days ago +1

    Passport stamped?
    It must have been more than 20 years I had my passport stamped while traveling in Europe.

  • Rahnie Singh
    Rahnie Singh 13 days ago

    Australian here. We have year 12 Formal and Graduations. Also gradution and sometimes formals from primary school (year 6). We too have ice in cups. Most times you have to ask for no ice if you don't want it. Australia is a larger country, so travelling by car is used a lot. You can drive for hours (or even a day or two) and still be in the same state. Our pies are filled with meat not fruit. You can also ask for a doggy bag at some places. Maybe not the fancy ones but most places are happy to let you take leftovers home. One more thing I don't understand is that Americans feel they have the right to guns but their children don't have the right to attend school without fear of being shot. Gotta love gun laws that work. Easier to run from a knife than a bullet.

  • Christopher H.
    Christopher H. 13 days ago

    they exist. that's the biggest confusion.

  • Sarah Oliver
    Sarah Oliver 13 days ago

    @ 7:00 Brooklyn and bailey anyone?