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Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at 15:34
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In my country, there is old custom who lives today how to greet guests. Every guest is welcome in the house and custom say that you should serve him with this 5 things. It is shame to do not doing this. You served him with sweet fruit, glass of water, home made brandy and coffee with Turkish delight rat-lam. Every house wife in Serbia will do it when you seat down in her house and it is great custom, and you know that you are welcome guest

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In my Vilagge

Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 15:56
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This custom is traditional in the South of Serbia, I agree with you M,
also and my house was used to serve guests with sweet water and a cup of coffee. It's leftovers from their grandparents, who are we to say it's really a shame that the visitor who comes to the house servants. Thank you and have a question.

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Coffee and water

Friday, January 27, 2017 at 14:39
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I remember that my grandmother was custom when guests come to serve sweet, coffee, water, brandy,
Turkish delight.

That now no.

If you get coffee and to be satisfied, of course, joking.

Instead of coffee is an espresso, three in one, two to one, beer, something fierce and good stories.

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How to greet guest

Friday, January 27, 2017 at 05:54
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@GocaSosa, greeting of guest differ from the culture and tradition in my country.

Like is my place the Yoruba to prostrate and lying down on the flood when greeting any guest.

While the Hausa do bend down when greeting any guest.

For the Igbo people they use both sticks and hand shaking when greeting any guest.

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