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Do's & Dont's
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America Travel Do's & Dont's
Do not call black people Negro.
Do not ask income, assets and other personal information from anyone.
Do not gift white lilies. Do not give presents with company logos as its obliged for advertising.
Do not casually take off your shoes or bare feet in front of others. which gives people the impression of barbaric debauchery.
Do not pull socks in front of others, which are considered impolite. If laces loose, find a quiet place to tie up.
Do not stick out the tongue to others, which is considered as rude, vulgar, on scene behaviour.
Do not smoke in front of others without consent.
Do not use or ask for toothpicks at a restaurant or at a guest home. Americans love their pretty teeth. They usually use dental floss but rarely use a toothpick.
Do not be gaudy or do make up in public, which is thought to be bad nurture.
Do not start to eat until the hostess starts or ask to start a meal. Do not make chewing sound when dining.
Do not forget to greet children. Americans treat children equal to adults.
Do say hi/hello when first meet , its not necessary for handshake but d respond appropriately if they shake hands, nodding or hugging first.
Do make a tight grip when shaking hands and have eye contact. Americans consider it as rude and arrogant when shaking hands without looking at each.
Do make an appointment before visit someone and do prepare a small gift when visit a friend.
Do drink modestly and maintain gentle manner at public places.
Do avoid number 13, 3, Friday as they are associated with bad luck.
Do mind the conversation topic. Try to avoid some taboo topics, such a s polygamy, abortion, paedophilia etc.
Do take off hat, coat and sunglasses whenever indoor.
Do say hello to strangers. Turn your eyes away or pretend not see others is considered disdaining others.
Do wait in front of the restaurant door for the waiter to lead you to the table.