France – Asking about money is considered impolite in many countries, but the French are particularly sensitive about the subject.
Ukraine – People in Ukraine as well as in most Slavic countries bring even number of flowers to the cemeteries.
New Zealand – Honking the horn in New Zealand is generally used to insult another driver.
India – PDA (public display of affection) such as kissing or holding hands is forbidden because it is considered to be something highly inappropriate.
Japan – The Japanese are incredibly proud to provide the best service as standard without waiting for the tips.
Mexico – Mexicans love to make jokes and they are generally innocent, so they treat it that way.
Norway – Many people don’t go to church at all and such a question would be considered rude to ask.
Turkey – This is seen as being an obscene gesture in Turkey.
UK – Such behaviour is considered very rude.
Ireland – Many Irish people don’t actually think they have any accent at all.
Germany – People believe that the person may not live to see the birthday in question if congratulated beforehand.
Kenya – It’s only ok to do it after someone has called you by your name first.
Chile – Manners are everything.
Singapore – Don’t feed birds and don’t throw garbage and don’t spit on the street.
USA – Tipping is considered to be obligatory in the US.
Italy – You can order it in a restaurant, but in such case be ready for the surprised look from your waiter. Italians drink cappuccino for breakfast, espresso for the rest of the day.
Hungary – Though it’s an old habit, some people still prefer to avoid clinking glasses especially when drinking beer.
China – It brings bad luck.