If you wore born and grew up in the U.S., Canada, Australia or any other country considered "developed," there are probably a lot of things you take for granted on a daily basis. Things like clean drinking water, big grocery stores, and even mirrors. But for people who grew up in developing countries and then left, many aspects of life in the developed world might come as a shock.
1.) From 0m3gaMan5513:
My wife’s first time in the U.S she burst out laughing at how a 4-way stop worked, and just couldn’t believe people actually followed the rules.
2.) From paladin400:
Not getting suspicious when a stranger talks to you on the street. I can't get over it, I get anxious every time, but people in Canada don't seem to mind at all
Where I come from, when a stranger approaches you, you nope the fuck out