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23 people share things that are considered normal in Europe but horrific in the U.S.

23 people share things that are considered normal in Europe but horrific in the U.S.

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Deep down, people are all the same: a bunch of weird-looking organs wrapped in skin who enjoy food more when it's cooked in butter. But our geographic and cultural differences can make our experiences as humans very different. And something that is considered completely normal in one part of the world may horrify people living somewhere else.

In an eye-opening Reddit thread, people answered the question: "What's considered normal in Europe but horrific in America?"

These 23 people share the European cultural norms that Americans might find shocking or weird (I learned a lot about Germany's relationship with clothing!):

1.) From CreeperDude6:

Paying for bathrooms

2.) From gerginborisov:

On every beach in Bulgaria I've been, naked children is the norm, women sunbathing in monokini is considered absolutely normal, while naked men are okay only in the nude sections of the beaches. And every beach has a nude section.

Sources: Reddit
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