Differences between Italy (and italians) and North European Countries - Luciano Giustini (en)

Differences between Italy (and italians) and North European Countries

Posted on October 1, 2007 3:09 PM in

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1) Proportions: In Italy there're less relationship gap between men and women than in North Europe. So, if you search for a good woman, here it's more complicated.

2) Lunch break: In all other countries than Italy, you can have a lunch break but you can also have nothing. In Italy at every level of job, school, and social life nobody can not eat al lunch time: it's considered uneducated, unhealthy, un-all.

3) Civic education: in Italy the house can be perfectly clean while the public terrain can be horribly dirty. In other countries, statistically speaking, especially for those in North Europe, they're both perfectly clean: inside and outside.

(to be finished)

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