What’s considered normal in Europe but horrific in America?

What’s considered normal in Europe but horrific in America?

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  1. Few days ago in r/AskEurope someone told a story how their American relatives got so bend out of shape over naked children running around the beach.

    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.

  2. Taking the bus. There is so much stigma around public transport in the US, especially busses, and in Europe it’s just a totally normal way to get around because nobody wants to deal with driving and parking in a big city.

    Also from an employer’s perspective: 25+ vacation days minimum for all employees and unlimited sick days. The absolute horror.

  3. Bidets? I was born and raised in the US and I think they’re efficient and far more hygienic than TP, but apparently most other dudes in this country think it’s gay to clean up after your business is done lol

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