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Half True Half False XI
This is number 10 in this series. It is about food etiquette around the world. Exactly half are true and half false.
In Vietnam it is unacceptable to put your fork in your mouth. You should use it to put the food on the spoon and eat from it.
In the Arab world people avoid eating with their left hand.
In the UK, it is considered appropriate to tilt the soup bowl toward you.
In Japan chopsticks are used to pass food.
In China it is considered impolite to burp at the dinner table.
In Mexico you should never eat tacos with a fork and knife.
In France the bread is typically placed directly on the table.
In France bread is never eaten as an appetizer.
In China flipping the fish over once while cooking is good luck. Flipping it more than that is considered bad luck.
Dueling is legal in Paraguay as long as both parties have a documented signed will.
In Chile people typically don't eat anything with their hands.
In Korea drinks from elderly people are accepted with both hands.
In Korea, one doesn't start to eat until the eldest person at the table begins.
In Russia, vodka is drunk straight or with ice.
When you drink coffee in the Arab countries, shake your cup to indicate that you're finished.
In many parts of Asia, slurping your noodles is considered rude and annoying.
In Cambodia and Egypt, you should not eat everything on your plate.
In Tanzania you should always try to be on time for dinner.
In Portugal you shouldn't ask for salt and pepper if they are not already on the table.
In Italy, you should not order cappuccino after a meal.
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