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6 Things Living in Europe Taught Me About America

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There are some things you can only understand with distance. American culture is like that — if you’re immersed in it, it seems normal. But as soon as you step away, you start seeing how weird things are.

I’m a half-Spaniard who has lived in the UK for eight years, Spain for two, and Germany for another year (with multiple holidays and trips throughout). I’ve learned far more…

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