20. We trick-or-treat
Trick-or-treating exists only in the United States, so as parents, we go with our kids door-to-door to get some candy for Halloween. While this tradition is great for kids, other countries celebrate Halloween in a whole different way.
In Finland, children exchange crafts for treats, in order to keep the evil away, while German kids carry lanterns door-to-door while singing gongs in order to receive candy from their neighbors.
21. We wear shoes inside the house as well
According to MSN.com, “In Japan, it’s considered disrespectful to wear outdoor shoes inside the home. In America, though, it’s pretty common. It’s also super germy, so maybe have your kids leave their sneakers at the door even if you don’t technically have a problem with it.”
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