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5 Things My (European) Husband is Scared Of in America

If a gun doesn’t kill you, then a side-effect certainly will

Photo by Michał Parzuchowskion Unsplash

There are a lot of scary things in America, according to my Danish husband, and COVID is only one of them. In his short two and a half years in States, he has seen it all: from the pandemic and Black Lives Matter protests to the presidential election madness and the…

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