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22 non-Americans share what confused them the most on trips to the US.

22 non-Americans share what confused them the most on trips to the US.

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We all know America is the land of the free (except for healthcare), and the home of the brave, because you have to be brave to tackle our restaurant portion sizes. But what are some of the more surprising aspects of life in the USA?

A bunch of non-Americans answered questions about what shocked them about American life. From our aggressive friendliness to our gigantic everything, here's what they said.

1. We celebrate our military service members at random times.

I went to seaworld with my mum when I was in my mid teens. Halfway through the show, the performer (Not the whale) asked everybody in the military to stand up and the whole crowd gave them a round of applause. They sat back down and the show continued as if nothing had happened. Couldn't imagine anything similar happening back in Blighty [the UK]. - Daverotti

2. This is because our toilets are less skid-mark-prone.

Not seeing toilet brushes in hotels. I know, I know, room service and stuff, but is my family expected to look at my skid marks meanwhile? - jursla

Sources: Reddit
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