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GiGi

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2020.07.03 11:59

In the U.K. it’s very common for strangers to smile at each other

, say hello to each other, and call each other sweet names in certain situations, for example some people will say “thank you love” or “you’re welcome darling” to strangers, also it’s common to hold the door open for a stranger who is behind you
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  • TJ 정 John 2020.07.03 12:12

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    Seems exactly opposite to Korean culture
  • ImperialKai 2020.07.03 12:15

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    Nice tradition
  • No.2 2020.07.03 12:25

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    sweet name?
  • 苏小天 josh 2020.07.03 12:29

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    @No.2 感觉像是亲昵的称呼吧,亲爱的这种
  • Wani さん 2020.07.03 12:30

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    Your post makes me much more eager to live in the uk in my future. Thank you
  • 苏小天 josh 2020.07.03 12:33

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    it's kinda like my hometown, we share food and wine to strangers, but we're a little traditional, we never call strangers daring something, we just use 先生,女生,it means sir and ms.

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