Please joining in, we are a group of people from anywhere, we are going to talk about corresponded kind of habits but doing in different ways, negatively or positively.
For example...in Hong Kong...
- We only have last name and first name, we never have a middle name. What is the use of the middle name in Western countries ? - We have herbs tea and soup for detoxing. We drink it once a week or a month, do you drink or eat oriented to detox? - Our main foodstuff is white rice, what is yours? - We kind of looking down of people from our own city/country/town, we like watching people's failure then success (which I don't but dunno why this has been a culture) - Our popular recipe... Street food: curry fish balls, fish shumai , rice noodle rolls, egg tarts Bakery: Pineapple Bun, Egg Tarts Drinks: Black Milk Tea, Mandarin Duck (Coffee with tea) , Iced Lemon Black Tea
Tell me your country's version
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Actually regarding middle names, it’s not required to have a middle name. Some people don’t have one. Some have many. I don’t know the origin of it or why it’s a thing, but I guess it can be used to differentiate between people who may have the same name. For example, John Smith is a very common name. This can get confusing. So you have John Robert Smith, John Michael Smith, John William Smith, etc.
Detox teas are a very popular trend here (see Avril lol) but I think they’re kind of dumb. Your body detoxes naturally, maybe the tea helps in some way, but your body doesn’t need a tea to help it detox.
We probably don’t have a main food here in the US but pizza is definitely the most popular. Followed probably by hamburgers and hotdogs. Hotdogs are probably the most popular actually American food we have, other stuff is just adapted from other cultures like pizza and pasta.