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13 Weird Everyday Things From Other Countries

5. Chewing gum is illegal in Singapore

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If you’ve ever been to Singapore, the first thing you’ll notice is how clean it is. And as much as it pains us gum-lovers to say, we think the abolition of chewing gum plays a big part in that. Would you be willing to give up gum for cleaner sidewalks? We’ll have to seriously think that one through…

4. Be jealous of Britain’s free health service

We can’t imagine Britons have the same fear and insurance woes as we do when they break an arm, because their healthcare is completely free! There are a few exceptions, obviously, and private treatment is also available, but we think that’s a pretty cool thing to have!

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