(Mexico): No one wants to be the awkward first guest at the party. Monique (US): Yeah, well when a nation is as sexy as Brazil anyone can hug or kiss me anytime. Ishmael (Canada): Brazil is a cool-ass country but you need to smarten up about the toilet paper thing. Monique (US): Aside from the toilet paper thing, Brazilians prove that everyone else is a heathen who could use a healthy dose of civility. However, there are many different and unusual types of dating customs abroad.
Will (US): A little bit but it seems like a good idea. Chris (US): [through clenched teeth] I'm happy for them.... I have a toothbrush at work but feel weird since nobody else does it. Elaina (US): Not really, but taking selfies whilst doing it is definitely weird. Susie (US): Good to know, so when I come visit you I can plan accordingly and you won't think I'm disgusting. Chelsea (US): Yes but I get cavities a lot so really, who's the real dummy? Alexis (US): While there is something to be said for the side-snuggle, pretty much every romantic norm I'm accustomed to rejects this idea. Alexis (US): That seems friendly :)Will (US): Hmmm could be weird if I was not familiar with the person and they were older than me. Also who is that man, I like him, he has a friendly face and a casual greeting wave. Chris (US): Yeahhhhhhhhhhhhh I'm a big avocado fan but I THINK I don't get behind this one.
Susie (US): So say you wanna game the system and you invite people for 6PM.
I get being a little late but that seems a little out of control.
Arianna (US): Why not just say it starts at the real time? Ishmael (Canada): I feel like this sets up an unrealistic expectation that you will want to kiss that person when you actually meet them in person.
Ishmael (Canada): Surprise parties must be very hard to organize in Brazil. Chris (US): Oh that's okay with me ;) XOXOAlexis (US): Ew no. Don't touch me, even virtually, until we're friends. Elaina (US): One of my favorite emojis is 😘, so yes, that is totally okay with me.
Erin (US): I saw how much sugar you put in your tiny coffees and I'm not surprised. Alexis (US): Puerto Ricans do the same thing, so I'm used to that. Erin (US): If I threw a party and no one showed up for three hours I would probably cry, leave my house, and go get drunk at a bar.
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