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While I have enjoyed the food here, I would not constitute it as having much flavor. This didn’t quite fit into my list but it still goes along with the theme of learning about Chilean culture in a comical way.

Chileans are quite honestly a bunch of pansies when it comes to spice. They answered me that this allowed time for people to be late, for the game to start late, and for there to be a longer half time and still not go over an hour. I was wearing a Puget Sound t-shirt one day with the initials P and S on the front with an axe in between them.

I’ve noticed that the majority of Chileans that own a dog, first of all have a very small dog, and second of all, the dog is always white.

Cultural Quirk #3: They have a rhyme here that is the equivalent of “Eenie Meenie Minie Mo” but in Spanish.

What is more, if you don’t show affection to your partner, it may seem to others that you’ve got some problems.

Chile singles aren’t scared to move fast sometimes. Certainly, this is a general rule and it can’t be said about all of the Chileans.

I bought another ticket to Mendoza and again, the trip was cancelled due to bad weather in the mountains.

I enjoyed a spontaneous weekend in Santiago with no plans.

What’s interesting though is that the rhyme talks about God and the Virgin Mary and doing what they would want you to do.Seriously, the first words they say to me are: “¿Quieres salir conmigo alguna vez? Everyday my host mom comes home from dropping my host brother off at school and says, “Hace frío” (It’s cold). They keep telling me it’s winter and as I walk down the streets I see that everyone is in winter jackets with boots, scarves, and gloves. I’ll get stares if I wear a short sleeve shirt with no jacket. Then when we do have the occasional cold day, my host family will complain how cold it is in the house, but yet they have ALL the windows open. The door to patio, the bedroom windows, the window to the kitchen, all open. I wandered the streets and found some new restaurants, new barrios (neighborhoods), and watched one of the biggest soccer games of the season in an American themed bar.Since I have not accumulated any funny stories from the weekend, I decided I would write this blog about some of the interesting things I have come to notice about Chilean culture, things that you would only be able to notice if you weren’t from Chile but had still lived here for a significant amount of time. They don’t necessarily reveal a profound history or cultural influence of Chile, but I find them funny and refreshing. Cultural Quirk #1: I’ve talked about this before, but Chileans have no shame in staring.

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