10 Things Americans Do That Confuse All Other Countries

  • Published on Aug 22, 2018
  • How to avoid some awkward situations abroad? The US is home to some customs that are very confusing to foreigners. Do you know which habits you should leave in the US before heading out on your travels? Check out this list of things Americans do that confuse the rest of the world.
    No metric system 1:04
    Customizing restaurant orders 2:30
    Vacation time 3:15
    Can I get a to-go box, please? 4:42
    Tipping 5:53
    Alcohol laws 6:35
    Variety of goods 7:13
    Thumbs up 8:15
    Being extremely patriotic 9:06
    Sales tax 9:59
    #americanfood #americanrules #newyork

    - The rest of the world is familiar with meters for measurements, kilograms for weight, liters for volume, and Celsius for temperature. But not the US! Only 3 countries in the world still use the imperial system of measurements: Myanmar, Liberia, and the US.
    - In America, it’s customary to request substitutions, additions, or changes to a menu order. But some foreign cultures that take great pride in their cuisine might consider it impolite if an American wanted to make substitutions, order a different sauce, or ask for an item to be left out of a dish.
    - Americans have very little time off compared to the rest of the world. 30% of American workers have 5 to 9 days off annually, 38% have 10 to 14 days, and 16% have 15 to 19 days. 8% have less than 5 days, and a lucky 2% have over 24 days. This means that the vast majority of Americans only have 10 to 14 days of vacation. Since there’s no law in the US to say that vacation time is mandatory, one out of every 4 Americans doesn’t get a single day off work.
    - A common American custom is to ask for a to-go box for their leftovers. However, if you do this in a foreign country, it might be frowned upon.
    - In America, given that waiters earn a small wage, it is customary to leave a 15%-20% tip. In Europe and most Asian countries, the service charge for restaurant dining is already included in the bill. Tipping in countries like China and Japan is practically nonexistent.
    - Most countries in the world have a legal drinking age of 18 or 19 years old. The US, along with countries like Sri Lanka, Samoa, and Kuwait, has a legal drinking age of 21.
    - Foreigners are amazed by the variety of goods sold in American supermarkets and pharmacies. Foreign supermarkets are mostly designed to offer food and a few home necessities. American superstores like Walmart offer a huge selection of food, furniture, car items, home improvement tools, and clothing.
    - Americans might think that giving someone the thumbs up is a universally positive sign, meaning “Well done!” or “Everything’s good!” But don’t use this gesture in Australia, Greece, or the Middle East as it's a rude way of telling someone to get lost. You might think that pointing at something is OK, but not in China! That gesture is considered to be very rude.
    - A lot of foreign countries reserve the use of their national flag for official government buildings. But in the US, you see the flag everywhere.
    - An aspect that confuses most foreigners visiting the United States is sales tax. They might be confused when they take an item to the register only to find out that it costs more than advertised. In Europe, sales tax is already added to the price displayed on the price tag; in the US, it gets added at the register.
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Comments • 5 374

    BRIGHT SIDE  3 months ago +135

    Hey everybody! Are there any confusing things in your countries?

    • Robyn OfRye
      Robyn OfRye 4 days ago

      many visitors in germany are confused about the deposit you have to put down for bottles and cans :D

    • Tamara Walsh
      Tamara Walsh 6 days ago

      I was in Spain for business and took breakfast at my hotel. I automatically left a 15% tip, and the server was very confused. He said I was giving too much, I told him it was a tip (propina), he shook his head and gave it back to me, which left ME confused!

    • Liad Sharon
      Liad Sharon 10 days ago

      canada is almost the same

    • Nirav Bhanot
      Nirav Bhanot 10 days ago

      +varun kapoor who told you this?? Its 21 years dude...

  • Carter Wallis
    Carter Wallis 36 minutes ago

    Never because i live in Amercia

  • Linda Dawson
    Linda Dawson 2 hours ago

    I'm one of them I get no paid vacation

  • Mine
    Mine 10 hours ago

    This is total rubbish

  • Mansi Shah
    Mansi Shah 12 hours ago

    Narration needs to be more human like!

  • sudhita talluri
    sudhita talluri 12 hours ago +1

    A to go box is ok in India

  • Colin Leitch
    Colin Leitch 17 hours ago

    1:10 I'm pretty sure most of the US depends on meters, it's metres that they don't use.

  • Sadie Lanah
    Sadie Lanah 22 hours ago

    I just realized I don't remember a time not knowing the pledge of allegiance

  • TheTruGamer732
    TheTruGamer732 Day ago

    What confused me that isn’t Liberia in the coast of The Atlantic Ocean?

  • Srainbow60
    Srainbow60 Day ago

    Im been aussie for generations... SINCE WHEN IS IT RUDE TO GIVE SOMEONE A THUMBS UP... XD if thats true then i cang even count how many times ive told my friends or fam to get lost
    Do ur research 😒

  • Vladis Hunt
    Vladis Hunt Day ago

    Not so pleasant things it is

  • Me Man
    Me Man Day ago

    Kuwait is a dry country you retards..you need fact checking your facts

  • djmm77
    djmm77 Day ago

    What are you talking about? Where are you getting your info on Australia? You were totally wrong about Australia on your last video I watched as well (taxi cabs) - I can assure you that 'thumbs up' is NOT offensive anywhere in Australia! ...

  • AP Ndrssn
    AP Ndrssn Day ago

    #3 It's OK to give the thumbs up in Australia. What is offensive, is when you get told to F... OFF, then the thumbs up is used in a side-way motion pointing to the door or the way you should go & F... OFF!!

  • R. Dhammapali
    R. Dhammapali Day ago

    The most frightening thing about US i just heard recently is the practice of child marriage! Anyone would think of India or some middle-eastern country when it comes to medieval things like this but in no country this barbaric child abuse is legal apart from the US it seems. And we the easterners think that the US is progressive!

  • Bella Costello
    Bella Costello Day ago

    Don’t tip Europeans. They get offended

  • enchanted Blackman
    enchanted Blackman 2 days ago

    South Africa is the best country in the world trust me I live in SA and its amazing and there's so much freedom we have complete freedom of speech

  • enchanted Blackman
    enchanted Blackman 2 days ago

    So basically your saying that every place besides the US is foren

  • flowerpowerbunny
    flowerpowerbunny 2 days ago

    i mean the supermarket thing is so false! there are mega malls in different countries.. way bigger than the united states. seriously.. i mean its like a freaking football and sometimes couple of blocks and they sell different items.

  • Konsultarvode
    Konsultarvode 2 days ago

    "Travelling ameicans got a greater knowledge of systems of measurements." HAHAHAHHAHAHA

  • Yoshi Gaming
    Yoshi Gaming 2 days ago

    the thumbnail for the america food has a yoshi head!

  • zoeie93413
    zoeie93413 2 days ago

    America is known as the land of the free/brave.......NO. NO ONE CALLS YOU THAT OUTSIDE OF THE US. It is know AMONGST YOURSELVES

  • Jaison McQuade
    Jaison McQuade 3 days ago

    This video is full of inaccuracies, however, having lived in quite a few countries around the world, including the US, I can say that America is a third world country posing as a first world country. I feel bad for Americans indoctrinated into believing they are the best country in the world so they don't see how bad they have it.

    • zorbathegreek
      zorbathegreek 3 days ago

      I think what might confuse outsiders the most is how the USA has managed to maintain such a vast empire for so long, and why it always seems---or rather, tries to be---on a permanent war footing with perceived 'enemies'. When the Cold War ended in the 1990s, for example, the Warsaw Pact was dissolved, but not NATO, which has pushed its boundaries right up to Russia's border, engaged in 'humanitarian' interventions(though not so for those unfortunate enough to be on the receiving end), etc. Obviously, NATO is an exclusive tool of American foreign policy, given that the USA is effectively in charge of it, and not to defend Europe. Defend it against what, exactly? The same kind of question could be asked about why the USA still has bases in Japan(oh, just in case Japan launches another Pearl Harbour attack on Uncle Sam, or whatnot).
      At the end of the day, the defeat of the USA by the Vietcong was merely the beginning of the end of the American Empire, IMHO. Don't you agree?

  • NamelessWonder5
    NamelessWonder5 3 days ago

    A weird thing Americans do is forget to tell aliens that there are other countries to be attacked

  • Leo S
    Leo S 3 days ago

    Whoever made this has clearly never been to Australia, but may have experienced the great Aussie tradition of messing with foreigners. 👍

  • WD Steed
    WD Steed 3 days ago

    I don't know about other states but where I'm from anyone even going in to a bar has to be over twenty-one. So a mother can't take her new born in to the tavern to show it off to all of her friends, because she would be breaking the law and could get the place shut down.

  • jojofromtx
    jojofromtx 3 days ago +1

    Y’all highlighted the wrong country for Liberia 1:24 wow. Smh. Fire your editor lol.

  • Kiru Tusk
    Kiru Tusk 4 days ago

    Wearing shoes in the house

  • Laura Castañeda
    Laura Castañeda 4 days ago

    I don't understand why people say Americans? Like do you realize America has a tons of other countries, USA is not the only one?

  • Happy Lucky
    Happy Lucky 4 days ago

    when making such videos ment to give tips, be more accurate. Europe isn't a single state with a single set of rules. Service is not included for the most part and the cultures are as varied as the names of the regions.

  • Gisa W Slonim
    Gisa W Slonim 4 days ago

    The one thing that annoys me in America is that when you go to a restaurant, Americans will sit down and immediately place the napkin on their laps. In Europe you take your time, check the menu, look around, order, and then put the napkin on your lap. There is no need for a napkin on the lap until the food is in front of you, the napkin is there to keep you from dirtying your skirt or trousers if a piece of food drops into the lap. No food on the table, no need for a napkin on the lap. I once sat down in a very fancy Chicago restaurant and had barely settled my handbag when the waiter had the nerve to pick up the napkin and drop it on my lap. I was furious...unheard of bad manners on his part. I glared but he was impervious to glares.

  • Kiki George
    Kiki George 4 days ago

    I love the upbeat music

  • Lucinda Verhaeg
    Lucinda Verhaeg 4 days ago

    yes as i lived in the usa for a while. Also they put cheese on litterally everything. And when dining in a restaurant i saw the waiter vacuuming right when we were eating !! I don't understand either WHY taxes don;t get included in the salesprice as i never made it financially to make it thru the month, cause i come from the Netherlands. Plus someone asked me what i was eating for supper right ? Well in the Netherlands you say the vegetable first as this is the main dish on your plate. But !! in the USA they tell you first what kind of meat they're going to eat, which is nearly half of the plate and then some potatoes with little vegetables. Americans don't eat nearly as much as Dutch people vegetables. It seems like a sidedish or so here in the USA. Crazy......:)

  • dylan slides
    dylan slides 4 days ago

    why are you making the usa so awesome

  • Brett Archer
    Brett Archer 4 days ago

    In Australia the thumbs up means the same as US as "its all good". The middle finger means get lost! We are also very patriotic about our country. The Australian Flag can be seen from clothing to houses...afterall Australia is the greatest country on earth 🌴🏄‍♂️🍍🍺🍌😎🏉🏏🌞🇦🇺

  • Wig4
    Wig4 4 days ago

    YES, forgotten is ... notation of a DATE ! 02-10-2018 What is it ? In the USA it's 10th of februari.... in 99% of the rest of the world, it's 2nd of octobre ... Well, interesting when making an APPOINTMENT accross borders without telling more explicit what it means.... (That 02-10 effectively played me tricks when pointing down attending a marriage. I couldn't ... )

  • Jerry Eiff
    Jerry Eiff 4 days ago

    I'm confused when you say American cars use the metric system for all it's measurements. My cars uses miles per hour not kilometers per hour and my temperature gauge reads degrees in fahrenheit not celsius and my gas tank measures gallons not liters.

  • Sudip Thapa
    Sudip Thapa 4 days ago

    I was confused with Football game in America .

  • Ryan sharlotte
    Ryan sharlotte 4 days ago

    Please don't ask "how much is that in Dollars?" or "how much is that in ounces?" I've had both of these questions and I've no clue and don't care about the answer. Asking how much you should tip is an embarrassing question to answer because its rude for waiters to beg outside the USA and if you do decide to tip (yes its an option) then please don't tip in dollars its just ignorant when your in a foreign country.

  • Mac Beckett
    Mac Beckett 5 days ago

    You got the location of Liberia wrong on your map.

  • Shilpa Marwah
    Shilpa Marwah 5 days ago +2

    I live in India and our flag is everywhere

  • Mojah Street
    Mojah Street 5 days ago

    and other thing confusing is the President is Stand up comedian. Remind me to Malaysian old pirate prime minister.

  • 陈维
    陈维 5 days ago

    But it’s supposed to mean good job when you give someone your thumb in china and Australia

  • Errol Foster
    Errol Foster 5 days ago

    The US imperial measurement is slightly different than the old British imperial measurements

  • naresh ss
    naresh ss 6 days ago

    Credit history for everything is really confusing in US

  • Thanos Stamatopoulos
    Thanos Stamatopoulos 6 days ago +1

    Thumbs up is not offensive for Greeks , the "moutza" is... which is the gesture of extending all fingers and showing your palm. So when you wanna gesture the number 5 just have the palm of your hand facing yourself.
    Lastly one thing that all other countries find it confusing and even irritating is the lack of knowledge Americans have on what exactly is a ball ... It is a round object, it is not shaped as a rockmelon ! So stop calling your sport footBALL since you are NOT using a BALL and you mostly use your HANDS to play this game! On top of that - stop calling the real FOOT - BALL "soccer" !

  • Ann Reddin
    Ann Reddin 6 days ago

    No 2- restaurant dishes.....Irish restaurant manager here and no it's not considered rude or odd for people to ask for substitutions when they are ordering food.....same applies to English, Canadian, French, NZ and Australian restaurants. The customer is usually always right.
    Also No. 7 - doggy bags (to go boxes) are not exclusive to the US and are frequently asked for and again....not considered rude.
    No. 8 Again...wrong. Waiting staff are paid buttons in every country and tipping is not considered rude in the vast majority of European restaurants. The only country I know where it is considered rude to leave a tip is Iceland.

  • Maria V.
    Maria V. 6 days ago

    In Greece, thumbs up means just thumbs up, nothing wrong about it... It's considered rude though to wave t someone with an open palm...

  • Rebecca Salcher
    Rebecca Salcher 6 days ago

    I'm austrian😂

  • Effort civil Engineers&Interiors

    India anyone?

  • shine rohini
    shine rohini 6 days ago

    Any one watching from india

  • tvcharleytown
    tvcharleytown 7 days ago

    No sales tax in Oregon. Come visit and spend lots of money.

  • Jennifer Lorence
    Jennifer Lorence 7 days ago +1

    I live in the U.S. and there are many things I love about the U.S., but even me being a woman, there are some things about the American Culture that get to me ( and not in a good way )...like for example, American Women's Obsession with SHOPPING, and especially White Women in the U.S. neglect their Children Just to Go HOURS at a Store Shopping. They are NOT domestic, but They have children Only to be Stressed by Motherhood and They get married Only to be Annoyed by their Husbands. American Women are the Most Complicated and Difficult Creatures of this World, they are Domineering, Verbally Abusive, Bad Mothers, Filthy, Controlling, Difficult to Satisfy, and the List Goes On and On.

  • Jennifer Lorence
    Jennifer Lorence 7 days ago +1

    I'll stay in America. There are things I Love about the U.S., not everything is Bad. BUT I get exactly what people are saying about dealing with Americans from the U.S. Like for example, here in America, We are ALL ignorant about so many things of the World. Americans ( Some ) Can be Very Prejudice and Narrow-Minded. Not Counting that American Women are the WORST Mothers in the World.

    • Alexsandro Andrade
      Alexsandro Andrade 5 days ago

      +Jennifer Lorence I understood. I'm not American, I'm Brazilian. I asked out of curiosity, because you said that the American mother is the worst in the world. Thanks for the answer.

    • Jennifer Lorence
      Jennifer Lorence 6 days ago

      +Alexsandro Andrade there are So many Cultures here that is difficult to Understand. Like for example, even if I was Born and Raised in the USA, but let's say my parents and family are from Greece, Spain, Portugal, Latin America, Ireland, Japan, etc, my Culture and Upbringing is Very Different than if my family is Caucasian or African-descent and have been here for many generations before me. So, when I mention 'American' Women I am referring usually to Women of the WHITE or BLACK races that families have been in the U.S. for many generations and They Don't identify themselves with any culture from other Nations. I hope You Can Understand what I am Saying...my Upbringing was very different

    • Alexsandro Andrade
      Alexsandro Andrade 6 days ago

      Why that american women are the worst mothers in the world? you are american?

  • Harrison H17
    Harrison H17 7 days ago

    Americans say curamel instead of caramel and pants are trousers no underwear

    • Harrison H17
      Harrison H17 6 days ago

      Yes Ik but it’s still wrong

    • Harley Gacha's
      Harley Gacha's 7 days ago

      It's Carmel not curamel... I pronounce it like, car-mel

  • Kobus van Staden
    Kobus van Staden 7 days ago

    They don't confuse me, they irritate me

  • Aurora Mannola
    Aurora Mannola 7 days ago

    Most of these are exactly the same in almost all European countries

  • Keeley Meade
    Keeley Meade 7 days ago +3

    In Australia, we can give people a thumbs up and it isn't rude I don't know where you got your information but it is wrong

  • Kwei Kwei
    Kwei Kwei 7 days ago

    In every school they have flags *and you aren’t allowed to wear hoods* no matter what grade you’re in even in 8th grade you still say the pledge and still can’t ever put anything that covers your head.



  • nomansguy 9333
    nomansguy 9333 7 days ago +1

    Whoever made this is confused. Most of these are not unusual outside the US. More importantly it confuses No1. People outside us tip. It isn't mandatory because we pay our staff. Walmart style shops are not strange. They emulate markets. The lack of a metric system is just laziness. All countries have hyper patriotism. Gestures have become universal. We aren't confused by American idiocy. We are simply aware of it.

    • Jennifer Lorence
      Jennifer Lorence 7 days ago

      Mike Donoghue I like your comment, I can tell You for example, in Latin America, Customers have to Tip Waiters/Waitresses.

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  • Nat Taylor
    Nat Taylor 7 days ago

    Thumbs up is not rude in Australia. Where did you get that idea from? It means something is good here.

  • Dena Redford
    Dena Redford 7 days ago

    Asking What ?

  • brenda brugnago
    brenda brugnago 8 days ago

    I'm from Brazil and "horn fingers" just means you like a rock song, but no one actually uses it

  • Calvin Barrett
    Calvin Barrett 8 days ago

    after 1 minute of hearing you run your mouth and saying nothing I refuse to watch the rest of this video

  • Christopher Pisz
    Christopher Pisz 8 days ago

    That was not Liberia lol

  • Mary Kay
    Mary Kay 8 days ago

    To me the horn fingers seems to be "I LOVE YOU" in American sign language.......I feel it would be disrespectful to take it any other way !!!!!

    • Harley Gacha's
      Harley Gacha's 7 days ago

      Yeah, my older sister is deaf, so we use it a lot

  • chinmia
    chinmia 8 days ago

    As an American, I don't have enough time to sit down for this - gotta get back to work.

  • M M
    M M 8 days ago

    in UK you get minimum 20 days not after one year, in first year as well as you can not move your holidays to next year :)

  • Iryna Boehland
    Iryna Boehland 8 days ago

    Yes! Lots of strange things in usa.
    Baking using cups and spoons as measures! Lol! Outdoor shoes indoors. Crazy work hours. Horn finger sign at the rock concert is fine, you don't show it to people with a wink when talking about their sposes. Sneackers/flip-flops and shorts as an everyday outfit. Potlucks. Expensive healthcare and medicine. Crazy diets. Supersized drinks and food portions. Sugar in every food! Food at every meeting, sports event, but only 10 min for lunch. Kids eating their food from a lunchboxes while sitting on the ground. Sanitazing gels instead of washing hands. Undisciplined loud children in public places. The largest list of mandatory vaccinatins. Nonexisting etiquette. And list goes on....

  • Vanatice
    Vanatice 8 days ago

    Number nine is actually very well accepted in all countries I have been to. (Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, France, Latvia, England, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Luxembourg and Czechia)

  • Vanatice
    Vanatice 8 days ago

    1:24. That is not Liberia. Actually, that is Central African Republic. Liberia is on the very west coast of Africa!

  • Yousuf AL Khafaji
    Yousuf AL Khafaji 8 days ago

    Thumps up means ok or good in the Middle East too.

  • Reto Huber
    Reto Huber 8 days ago

    the reason why americans dont have as many days off is brcouae their work shifts are way shorter than in other countrys. for example in switzerland, a normal day at work is around 8 hours or even more. in america people are able to have 3 jobs at a time becouse each work shift doesn't take very long. in switzerland on the other hand its basically impossible to do that

  • Joe's Crib
    Joe's Crib 8 days ago

    The following numbers are also existing in the Philippines. I think it also does in other countries.

  • Abdullah Ali
    Abdullah Ali 9 days ago

    There’s no alcohol in Kuwait it’s banned 😂

  • Cold Glass Of Milk
    Cold Glass Of Milk 9 days ago +3

    This may be irrelevant but I don't think I'm superior or better than everyone else because I'm in the US. I don't even think we're the best country, but I'm proud to be here.

  • Silas Bishop
    Silas Bishop 9 days ago +1

    We have a strong dedication to patriotism in the US because that is all we share. We are different races, different ethnicities, different religions, different cultures...Our civic culture binds us. Without out, we would dissolve.

  • Peggyt1243
    Peggyt1243 9 days ago

    "Travelling Americans have a greater knowledge of systems of measurement" LOLOLOL Americans know nothing about metric or anything the rest of the planet does.

  • bebe Bebe
    bebe Bebe 9 days ago

    Thank god I live in Australia

  • Daniel Larsson
    Daniel Larsson 9 days ago

    Liberia is on the coast homie

  • stylishst
    stylishst 10 days ago

    Oh god it is so sad to come here, believing that I'm learning to be more polite in other countries, and then I see the comments and realize that most of the video are lies (and see that some facts in this video about my country are also lies). It's actually very difficult to say something about some culture without living in the country

  • stylishst
    stylishst 10 days ago

    8:56 I'm Brazilian, and I've never heard that this "horn fingers" is an offence here :/ at least, I've never seen anybody using it to tell that to someone

  • valdemar cardoso
    valdemar cardoso 10 days ago

    what is an American?

  • Sebastian Tamayo Pacheco

    man, I m from colombia and I didnt know that thing about the fingers I dont saying it could be wrong but maybe it is

  • Elena Foutsi
    Elena Foutsi 10 days ago +1

    I'm from Greece and thumbs up is OK for us. Only if you raise your middle finger you will have a problem... As in other countries I think...

  • Lyz Zavala
    Lyz Zavala 10 days ago

    Speaking English confuses some foreigners

  • Misceláneos y Más
    Misceláneos y Más 10 days ago

    Good. Yes I have been.

  • Freakgrl04
    Freakgrl04 10 days ago +1

    I work in retail and I can tell you that sales tax confuses many Americans as well.

  • Patricia Castilla
    Patricia Castilla 10 days ago

    University education is ridiculously expensive

  • Adrian Vidal
    Adrian Vidal 10 days ago

    Sometimes I wish I grew up in Another Country than the United States...

  • S M
    S M 10 days ago

    Ads for prescription meds on TV 😂

  • Darin Nuch
    Darin Nuch 10 days ago


  • wotever99ninynine Hamilton

    sales tax... tipping... imperial system... jeeze, why do the americans love to overcomplicate simple things...?

  • wotever99ninynine Hamilton

    americans have a weird fetish for their flags... i dont get it

  • wotever99ninynine Hamilton

    wow, 1 of every 4 americans doesnt get a single day off work??? why do they tout themselves as such a nice place to live then? why do immigrants want to live there... the 'american dream' sounds more like 'the american nightmare'...

  • wotever99ninynine Hamilton

    i live in nz. we do get up to 20 days off per year. but its certainly not mandatory. you still have to be pretty insistent to get it. i have never taken the full 20 days off.. last year i had 6 days annual leave over Christmas. this year i had 2 days off at the beginning of the year to visit my sister. and have booked in another 6 days over Christmas again... i plan on trying to get more days off next year though. we are still overworked and underpaid.. and dont on average use up most of the available annual leave. we would have angry bosses if we did. but i suppose we just have to learn to make our bosses angry and ignore their comments of us being selfish and hurting the business etc. because the law does say we can have that time off.. :)

  • Raquel Torres
    Raquel Torres 11 days ago

    Umm... that hand sign isn't used in Brazil to say that one's wife's cheating. It means something's rad. Also Brazilians get at least 30 mandatory vacation days.
    Why do people from the US call it America? America is a continent, uncultured pigs.

  • Dina Chakimova
    Dina Chakimova 11 days ago

    I think America is the best country