Non-Americans Are Sharing Common Things In The US They Wish Were Popular Where They Live

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“Halloween. I’m in Australia, and Halloween here is pathetic. It’s spring, so it’s still bright out when everyone’s trick-or-treating, and when it’s finally dark, everyone’s done for the day.”

“Barely anybody decorates their house, and if they do it’s really half-hearted. There’s like one cool house per suburb. Also, zero people carve pumpkins, and we don’t really get Halloween-themed lollies or food, either. Wish I could experience an American Halloween.”

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