Have you ever been on a bus or a trainwith a passenger who thinks it’s a great idea to have an extremely loud fight over the phone right there and now? Or while driving a car, have you ever been startled by a person crossing on a red light just in front of you — and to add insult to injury, they’re walking really slowly? Obviously you’re not alone, and the list of annoying actions done by humans — whether they are just rude or even illegal — goes on and on. But the question is: How do you react to those annoyances? Anyone who has spent time in Germany must have noticed that Germans will not hold back and educate you for your wrongdoings in public — whether with words or with deeds. Here’s what to avoid if you want to save yourself the time and heartache: 1. Oh, the bicycle lane Not all countries are blessed with a network of paved lanes solely for bicycles, but the ones that are take it very seriously — and Germany is no different. Many times, though, the difference between the bike part of the pavement and the one reserved for pedestrians is a tiny difference in color, or bricks cut into slightly different sizes — so it’s hardly surprising that tourists and newcomers fail to distinguish the… Read full this story
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