In Greece, a child’s tooth is thrown onto the roof for good luck.
POINTING THE THUMB.
In Indonesia, a person points with their thumb as it’s considered very rude to point with a forefinger.
In Brazil, New Year’s Day is celebrated with a bowl of lentil soup as the lentil is considered a symbol of wealth
TOUCHING IN THAILAND.
It’s considered very rude pointing the bottom of one’s foot at another person, as is touching the top of another person’s head.
In many Western cultures, children leave teeth under their pillow for the tooth fairy to collect – usually in return for some money!
A Norwegian bride traditionally wears a silver crown with dangling charms to ward off evil spirits.
DON’T MUDDY THE CARPET.
Shoes must always be removed before entering a Japanese home. This also holds true for Indian households too.