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Approaches to death can differ significantly among Aboriginals. Your best bet would be to go to a good Aboriginal museum or cultural centre but some Aboriginal people believe that people effectively cease to exist after death so will not discuss anything related to it. The Aboriginal Australia Culture Centre in Alice Springs has a page that includes ...
Schorem is a barbershop in Rotterdam (The Netherlands) which allows men and dogs, but is not accessible to women. This is stated on their business hours page. Probably other barbershops exist with the same rule, but their webpages do not state it explicitly. I'm not affiliated with Schorem, just thought it would be a valid answer.
I grew up in Texas and I have always observed it to be very common for family and close friends to cheek kiss when they greet one another, especially in a home or holiday setting. When we were young it was mostly the adults and little kids, but it has become more common all around. However, some people find it an odd invasion of their personal space (family ...
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