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You'll Never Guess What People Eat At The Movies Across The Globe

Yuck.

There are hundreds of countries around the world sitting in movie theaters across the globe. One big difference is the food they eat while in the audience. From dried bugs to salted candies, world customs really have their own distinct palette. Though Americans believe there's nothing in the world that could be better than a nice bag full of buttery popcorn, they are in for a huge surprise. Check out the movie theater snacks from around the world. You're going to be shocked.

USA: Salted, Buttery, Popcorn

It's crunchy. It's addicting. It's SO American. Popcorn is a very traditional snack without a ton of calories...that is, if you don't drench it in a pool of butter and salt. Popcorn has had a long standing reservation in our culture, primarily since corn is such in abundance within our country. We've muti-purposed corn to be just about anything but popcorn is still our favorite creation. Just remember, a small popcorn won't get you through intermission. A large popcorn will make you feel fat. But who cares, right?

Great Britain: Sugared Popcorn

Why am I not surprised that Great Britain would have a seamlessly more proper snack? Compared to American, the Brits always seem to do the exact opposite. From my personal view, I just don't understand the thrill of sugary popcorn. However then again, kettle corn and caramel corn is a huge success in the States. Brits are notorious for their bitter drinks such as coffee and tea paired with a very decadent and sweet dessert. I guess it's only fitting, pinkies up.

Japan: Iwashi Senbei

The first idea that popped into your mind was probably not that these are sardine rice crackers. The crisps are baked in sugar and soy sauce to give them their distinct taste. Rice is a very traditional food within the country so it's no surprise it is a snack as well. And with Japan being a very dependent country on its seafood industry, it's obvious that a leading snack brand would be fish based. Still interesting.

Brazil: Roasted Ants

Okay GROSS. As an American, I will never understand the love for eating bugs. We get it, they are packed with a ton of protein and have a nice crunch. But it's so taboo in American culture. On the other hand, Brazilians loves them. It's an aphrodisiac, or food that stimulates sexual desire, which could be the reason for why Brazilians are such a fan. Talk about a passive aggressive way to show your date that you want to hook up.

Norway: Dried Reindeer Meat

Somewhere in the North Pole, Santa is crying. This food seems so fitting though for the region. Reindeer meat is cut and then dried for a chewy taste. Very similar to beef jerky in the States. Reindeer meat boasts very low fat and high protein. However, I can't seem to feel sympathy for Rudolph & his gang once they find out that the Norwegians are snacking on their friends. Guess Norway is going to become the land of misfits toys soon enough...

South Korea: Dried Cuttlefish

I guess this goes hand in hand with popcorn in the Asian nation. With a meaty texture and briny flavor, apparently South Koreans can't get enough. It can be seasoned in a variety of flavors. Though they're also fans of roasted chestnuts, dried cuttlefish still frequently comes out as the fan favorite. I still don't know what a cuttlefish is.

Russia: Beluga Caviar

This is reserved for the rich and only the rich but a very common wealthy delicacy. Though the average folk may not be accustomed to eating the beluga caviar themselves, they know exactly who is receiving it when they attend the movie theater. Apparently movies in Russia are a more fancy affair, something Americans and other world countries would gawk at. With Russia being known to have extreme customs, this one tops the cake.

Greece: Souvlaki

Okay, this looks delicious. Lamb or beef souvlaki will be a fit for an Grecian attending an outdoor movie. They're tender and savory and it's already making my mouth water. Grecians are notorious for having the best food in the world and it's no surprise that their movie theaters also come with a wide delicious variety of choices. Please fly me to Greece because I'm starving.

Netherlands: Salty Licorice

This could be the most hated snack in America. Black licorice is a very distinct taste that very few people enjoy. In America, our black licorice contains a lot of sugar. However in the Netherlands, they salt their licorice with ammonium chloride which gives eaters a tongue-numbing sensation. Is this candy a drug? No thank you.

India: Samosas

This is my favorite. Look how good that looks! Bollywood theaters are all the rage in India far more popular than any Western movie. Samosas are potato stuffed pastries that taste as good as they look. With Bollywood movies comes a delicious combo of chutney and cheese sandwiches and vada pav, potato fritters in a bread bun. I could definitely ship this idea in the USA.
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In Korea they also have popcorn and nachos. I never saw cuddle fish as an option, but I did see a cup of dried squid. O.o
I scrolled through all of these thinking "nom nom nom" ants included.
Brazil and the Netherlands needs to get their 💩 together 😝😝😝
These all look so good...but ANTS? I don't think I could handle it 😳
@marshalledgar I would assume it's like jerky; I would try it, but roasted ants is a no 😖
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매우 간략하게만 적어서 더 많은 고급 디테일들이 있겠지만 이정도만 해도 2,3년은 거뜬히 입을 수 있음 ㅇㅇ 물론 여기서 쓰는 옷들은 대부분 10~20 (만원) 이상은 할 것임.. 코트는 100 이상 할 수도 있고.... 그래도 운 좋으면 저렴하게 이런 템 발견할 수도 있긴 함 1. 블라우스, 셔츠 류 + 샤랄라한 원피스류 소매선, 몸통 옆선, 어깨선이 통솔/쌈솔 봉제인 것으로 고를 것. 보세나 저렴한 브랜드(+창렬인 브랜드)는 보통, 이런 오버로크 봉제를 많이 사용함. 그나마 펄럭 (국내) 에서 제작한 제품들은 한번 일자로 박아주고 추가로 오버로크를 하는 경우가 많은데, 짱깨 제작 타5바5산들은 일자로도 안박고 그냥 여유천도 없이 오버로크만 띡 박은게 많음. 이런 경우는 튿어지면 그냥 바로 구멍이 남. 통솔 봉제는 이런거. 한 번 일자로 박아준 다음에, 뒤집어서 이전에 박은 부분을 또 접어서 일자로 박는 봉제법임. 오버로크는 오버로크 기계만 있으면 드르륵하고 금방 끝나지만, 이런 봉제는 일일이 일자로 두 번이나 박아줘야 하기때문에 시간도 소요되고 그로 인해 인건비도 올라기 때문에 원가 비싸짐. 그래서 싼 옷들이나 마진을 많이 남기고 싶은 브랜드들은 이 봉제를 안함. 쌈솔은 보통 청바지에서 많이 보는 이런 봉제인데, 남성 셔츠나 캐주얼한 자켓에도 쓰임. 근데 보통 하늘하늘한 블라우스에는 이 봉제를 안씀. +) 통솔 처리된 브랜드라고 해도 그래도 겨드랑이는 보통 오버로크되어있을 거임. 겨드랑이까지 통솔처리 되어있다면 매우매우 괜찮은 옷이다. 2. 스웻셔츠(맨투맨), 티셔츠 이건 신축성이 있는 원단이라 오버로크 많이 씀. 나붕은 잘 안입는 템이라 그냥 간략한 것만 사진으로만 올리자면, 이런 식으로 목 부분 겉면에는 두 줄로 박음질 되어 있고, 뒷목 부분에 볼록하게 테이프로 한 번더 덧대어 박아준 옷들을 사는게 좋음. 가격대가 좀 있는 옷들이지만, 비싸다고 다 이 봉제를 쓰는 건 아님. 이런건 앵간하면 사지마.... 환경을 위해서라도... (추가: 더 고오급은 저 테이프가 안쪽 어깨선까지 둘러져 있는 옷이다. 이런 옷들은 잘 안늘어나서 진짜 오래 입어.) 3. 코트 울 70,80 이상 사라는 글 많이 봤을테고 맞는 말이지만 어깨 약한 붕들은 비추. 그리고 당연하지만 보세 울코트보다 브랜드 울코트가 더 좋음. 물론 여기서 말하는 브랜드란 택갈이 브랜드가 아님 (추가: 왜 좋냐면, 밑에 써있는 대로 일단 원단사에 따라 울 퀄리티도 달라지고... 질 안좋은 울은 애초에 울 원사 길이를 짧게 뽑아서 원단을 만듬. 그렇기때문에 보풀도 좀 더 쉽게 난다.) 코트는 가성비란게 없으니 좋은 코트를 사고 싶으면 돈 존나 써라ㅇㅇ 개붕적으론 캐시미어 100 코트를 좋아하는데, 보통 흔한 막1스마라 스타일의 광이 차르르한게 무조건 고급은 아님. (물론 막1스마라는 이태리의 유명한 컴퍼니 원단을 쓰기 때문에 존나 고급이고) 펄럭에서는 그런 지블링들을 고급지다며 더 선호하는 편이긴 한데, 그건 소재의 질에 따라 결정되는게 아닌 단순 '가공법'임. 그냥 싸구려 울로도 그렇게 만들 수 있음. 개붕적으로는 지블링 가공 안된 폭닥한 캐시미어를 오래 입을 수 있어서 좋아함. 왜냐면 지블링 가공은 드라이클리닝 한두번만 맡겨도 광이 확 죽음. ㅇㅇ 광나는 맛에 입는 디자인의 코트인데 광이 죽으면 좀 그렇잖아..? 새것처럼 오래 입고 싶으면 지블링 안된거 사는거 추천함. +) 안감 없으면 안에 입는 옷들이 마찰되어 보풀나기 쉬우무로 추천 안함. 핸메 코트는 애초에 보온용이 아니지만.. 입고 싶다면 퀼팅(패딩) 안감이나 최소 일반 안감이 달려 있는 것으로 사라. 니트 망가진다.. 캐시미어말고도 알파카, 카멜 등등이 있음. 알파카도 보통 울보다 가벼운 편. 울도 고급 원단사는 덜 무거운 편임. 가격에 따라 정말 착용감이 달라지는게 코트니까 나붕 말이 100% 정확한게 아니란거 알아조... 무튼, 코트는 아묻따 흐콰점 브랜드 세일할 때 사라 시간, gu호, 막1스마라 등등 이런 급에서. 이런 데는 이태리에서 원단 수입해와서 씀. (막스는 애초에 외국 브랜드니까 뭐..) 이태리에도 구린게 있긴 하겠지만 대체적으로는 펄럭산보다 퀄리티가 좋음. 혹은 이런 브랜드가 아니더라도, 원단사가 콜1롬보, 로1로피아나, 피1아젠차, 세1루티, 톨1레뇨1900 같은 이런 유명 회사라면 기본 이상은 함. 이런 원단 쓰고 봉제를 처참하게 할 확률은..... 좀 적지 않을까 싶음. (보통 봉제 괜찮은 곳들은 밑짤처럼 다른 천으로 감싸서 봉제하는, 바이어스를 두르는 방법을 씀. 주머니, 코트 밑단 접은 부분 등등에.) +) 추가로 안감도 고오급 순서로 대충 써보자면, (순서 약간 다를 수도 있음) 가장 흔한게 1. 폴리 100% (일반 안감보다는 사선으로 된 트윌 안감이 좀 더 고급) 2. 레이온폴리 혼방(이정도만 써도 ㅅㅌㅊ) 3. 레이온(비스코스) 100% (이태리, 독일산 ㅆㅅㅌㅊ) 4. 큐프로(큐프라) 100% (여성복에 이 안감 쓰는데 거의 없을 듯) 5. 실크 100% (보통은 샤네루에서 많이 쓰는 듯. 보통 이런 옷들은 백퍼 드라이클리닝용이지만 나붕은 땀 많아서 실용성 그닥이라고 생각..) 이정도가 있다 솔직히 2만 되어도 산뜻하고 좋음 ㅎ.. 하지만 70% 정도의(정확x) 브랜드들은 1을 쓸 것이다... 옷 내부 퀄리티 자세히 적어둔 브랜드 아니면 직접 봉제 퀄리티 보고 사라. +) 자켓 봉제도 코트랑 비슷함. 린넨 100 자켓은 안감이 반만 있거나 없는 것으로 고를 것. 통풍이 안된다면 린넨을 입을 이유가 없으므로. 이 경우 내부는 위의 바이어스 테이프로 마감을 함. 린넨은 ㄹ1투아니아, bell기에산 등등이 고오급. 정장 자켓, 블레이저류는 오래 입고 싶으면 폴리 비추. 코트와 마찬가지로 싼티나기 쉬움. 울 100 정장지가 제일 간지나긴 함. 130수 정도 추천. 180수도 좋은데 많이 비싸고 구김 쉽게 가서 관리 짜증날 것임. 잉국산 - 튼튼하고 비교적으로 투박함. 가끔 거칠한 것도 있음(극단적인 예로는 해ㄹl스 트위드가 있다... 따가워...) 이태리산 - 섬세한 맛, 색감 이쁜게 많음, 부드러워서 영국산보단 구김이 잘 감. 소매 부분 단추가 실제로 열리고 닫히는 리얼 버튼이라면, 원가는 더 비싸진다. 근데 나붕은 안 열려도 노상관이라 개붕적으로 이걸보고 좋은 옷이라고 판단하기엔 좀 애매하긴 함. 출처 코트는 아묻따 비싼거고 그냥 옷들은 봉제선 잘보라는 소리군 확실히 봉제 잘된 옷들이 내구성 좋고 오래 입어도 잘 안흐트러지는듯 근데 반팔티는 경험상 걍 싼거 사서 한철입다 버리는게 최고