"I’m from Brazil: Kitchen with island, sinkhole with the garbage disposal, air conditioner everywhere in the house"
"Bathtubs apparently. I see them in so many tv shows. Even characters who supposedly aren’t well off have a [email protected]$$ bathtub in their bathroom."
"Cereal! We don’t have ANY good breakfast cereal in Nepal Only DUMB Kelloggs cornflakes and chocos.
I want those sweet honey nut cheerios, colorful fruit loops, them flavorful cinnamon toast crunch, those amazing looking frosted mini-wheats. Just give us some variety!!"
"24/7 diners, I don’t know if they actually exist but they sound awesome"
"Having sufficient toilet paper in public places."
"Having films set in your country, the only films I can think that are set in Scotland are Filth, the trainspotting films and that bit of Avengers: Infinity War set in Edinburgh (with the beautiful sign saying ‘we will deep fry your kebab’)"
"After reading all this, I am going to my favorite Mexican restaurant and having a burrito as big as my head."
"Tap water in restaurants additionally to the normal drink."
"Being able to buy stuff online, have it received in a reasonable time, and don’t have to pay almost double in customs."
"Tailgating looks fun!"
"Good movie selection on streaming sites without having to use a vpn."
"A theatre where they serve you actual food (like pizza, not popcorn) inside the theatre, while sitting on a spacious reclining chair with a little mini table."
"Frankly, I wish my country was as supportive as the Americans when it comes to music, literature and cinema. So many talents have been wasted by the lack of support for the creatives here."
"Street food that doesn’t cost ££££. I hate the fact that in the U.K. (esp. London/Birmingham etc.) 99% of street food is deemed to be as pretentious as possible. Just because food is inevitably sprinkled with Parmesan/Truffle Oil/Whatever DOES NOT MEAN it’s allowed to be charged as much as it is inside a restaurant."
"The suburbs. Only ever saw them in movies. If you could see where I’m from (South East Asian slums) you would consider a typical American suburb a great luxury and privilege. My favorite pastime is looking up suburbs in the US and “walking” around in google maps. I dream of different lives I could be living in the houses and streets that I like.
Feels like a movie, sometimes a novel and then I realize they’re real places and somebody else’s reality. It is so surreal to me."
"Walking systems. In Chicago everyone walks on the right. You try to get in the left and slap back in your lane b#tch….we’re animals in Ireland"
"Breakfast food available after 10:30 am"
"Brazilian here, I’ve always wanted to go to the movies in a drive-in, the idea of watching movies in your car seems comfortable and fun, and if I’m mistaken we do have some of those but it’s not very popular.
Halloween also, it’s my favorite day of the year, we do kind of celebrate it, but not so much."
"Going to the bathroom in a public space without having to pay money. It really pisses me off sometimes."
"Land. I come from a tiny island, like less than 145000 acres. I dream of wilderness, woods and animals. One day."