Did you know that Utah has, on average, the tallest mountains in the country? See #12 below. Photo: josephdepalma 1.
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Photo: Joe Stump Tell us we’re from Germany There is a famous German movie telling the story of a group of Bavarians that win the Olympic bobsledding medal in the 1950s.
Lindsey Kone 1. You’re expected to have kids as soon as you get married. From the day after you get married, you will be asked on a weekly basis by every single member of his family, “When are you having kids?
Photo: Simon Oosterman 1. Rattle ya dags! | Hurry up! This one’s a bit gross. The dags are the parts of fleece around a sheep’s bum that are usually caked in poo.
Photo: Andy Pixel Be a passenger aboard ‘Ride the Duck.’ Fuck the duck: a boat/automobile hybrid as ugly as it is irritating.
Image by: Lachlan Hardy 1. You prefaced any games with the rule of playing “sewer to sewer.” 2. Your parents reminisce about playing stick ball or buck buck as kids.
Photo: Luca Rossato If cable news is any indicator, the first horseman of the apocalypse has arrived, and it’s in the form of the murderous plague Ebola.
Photo: Zach Dischner 1. Ski the Minturn Mile It’s neither an epic line nor even a particularly challenging route — just a cruisy backcountry run that ends near a saloon in the creekside village of Minturn.
IF YOU’RE A GOLFER, you probably don’t need reminding. If you’re looking to get into the game, California is the place to do it.
Photo: Michaël Korchia 1. We French win the asshole war. The old stereotype that French people look down on you and talk behind your back — or right to your face as they don’t think you can understand them is not exactly fair.
While already well known in the US, Airbnb’s been gaining popularity around the world. The service, allowing travelers to experience a home-away-from-home environment, has changed the landscape of accommodation options.
Image by Erin McGregor 1. In bocca al lupo / In culo alla balena | In the wolf’s mouth / In the whale’s ass These two expressions for good luck are well-known throughout Italy, but clearly they don’t make any sense.
EVERYONE WHO VISITS ALASKA hopes to see a bear. They might tell you they’re scared of them, but deep down they really want to see one.
Photo: kaybee07 1. You visit your parents’ home country for the first time and realize how American you really are.
Photo: Bob Prosser That one Canadian stereotype might be the truest of them all — most of us are damned good at saying “sorry.” Does it necessarily mean we’re apologizing?
Photo: Gregory Bodnar 1. You can pronounce Whakapapa or Whakatane correctly. Awkwardly, though, the correct pronunciation of “wh” in the Maori language is “f.” 2.
Photo: Michał Koralewski Maybe you know how it feels. Maybe you don’t. It’s a good bet you eventually will.
Image by College Degrees 360 FOR ALL OF OUR SIMILARITIES and for all of our shared history, the United Kingdom and the United States are extremely different places.
Photo: Frontierofficial 1. You’re becoming one with nature. Before you leave for the field, you’ll have this Bear Grylls-style idea of what you’re about to become.