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Goodness knows Britain has its own fair share of strange customs and practices.
But as a country that might just elect Donald Trump and his orange, smiling face as president, it's fair to say the US of A might have us beaten.
Redditors have been naming things Americans do that the rest of world just doesn't understand:
The Primary elections and caucuses, the nominating conventions, the announcement of a Vice President running mate, countless campaigns across the country...why is it so long?
Coming home from where? Why?
The hero-worshiping can be so extreme, in some cases coaches actually earn more than teachers.
In the UK, being able to throw a ball in rounders makes you a pretty big deal.
A British road trip would be from, say, London to Cornwall, completed in a few hours. American road trips? They could take weeks.
There are pre-school graduations.
Congratulations, you have graduated from nappy to potty. Here's a hat and a certificate to commemorate the moment.
Oh? You want to tell me about your mother issues, your cheating ex-husband and that mole on your back? Nope.
There's nothing like a hole filled with razor sharp blades that you can accidentally stick your hand in to.
Ain't nobody got time for that.
Ok this one isn't weird so much as awesome.
I'll just put this killing device in my pocket and proceed to walk around in public with it.
The patriotism is a tad creepy.
So. Much. Space.
In the UK there is 12- 15 per cent service charge. In the US, there's 20-25 per cent tipping. And if you don't tip like that? Well, you''ll have to do the walk of shame out of the restaurant.
Why would you...?
This is illegal in the UK and mean.
Don't worry America, we love you really.
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