What Hygiene Rules For Russian Women Shock Foreign Women

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What Hygiene Rules For Russian Women Shock Foreign Women
What Hygiene Rules For Russian Women Shock Foreign Women

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Who would have thought that the rules of hygiene for the inhabitants of civilized countries can have so many differences! For example, did you know that in the representation of the same French women you wash your hands and wash your face completely incorrectly? Or are you making a big mistake when you wash the dishes immediately after eating?

1/6 Surely, you wash your face under running water. Europeans, on the other hand, plug the sink in the sink, collect water and only then begin to wash. This is done in order to save money.

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2/6 How do we shower? We lather the body, wash the head, brush our teeth, make a face mask, think about life, sing songs and all this with the water on. Why turn it off if you need to turn it on again in a minute? Tell that to a German, English or French and she will call you crazy!

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3/6 If in Russia and Ukraine you go out into the street with a dirty head, be prepared for sidelong glances and quiet chuckles. In other European countries, this is completely normal. But to wash your hair every day - no.

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4/6 “Our” women wash the dishes immediately after everyone gets up from the table. As a last resort, on the same day in the evening, when a decent "slide" will gather in the sink. Europeans, on the other hand, expect a whole Everest of dirty dishes to form, and then send it to the dishwasher.

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5/6 In this regard, Europeans are much more "correct" than Russians. If an Englishwoman or a Frenchwoman notices a speck or a small hole on her panties, she will immediately send them to the trash can.

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6/6 Most of the same Englishwomen wash bed linen not more often than once a month, or even less often. Russians in this regard have significantly "bypassed" them - some are used to changing the bedding every week.

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What else in the hygiene of Russian women shocks European women, read our material.

Washing

Surely, you wash your face under running water. Europeans, on the other hand, plug the sink in the sink, collect water and only then begin to wash. This is done in order to save money. And there are such economical Europeans, in whose houses all family members wash in the same water. Agree, this is not very pleasant.

Taking a shower

How do we shower? We lather the body, wash the head, brush our teeth, make a face mask, think about life, sing songs and all this with the water on. Why turn it off if you need to turn it on again in a minute?

Tell that to a German, English or French and she will call you crazy! These women are used to being rational in everything, even in such elementary matters. There are very few of them who shower twice a day. And during lathering of the body, shampooing and other hygienic procedures, they must turn off the tap.

And some Western Europeans, according to rumors, do not wash off the shower gel at all.

And they do this not only for reasons of economy - the compositions of some shower products are specially designed with the expectation that they are not completely washed off, remaining on the skin as a moisturizing lotion.

Hair wash

If in Russia and Ukraine you go out on the street with a dirty head, be prepared for sidelong glances and quiet chuckles. In other European countries, this is completely normal. But to wash your hair every day - no. Local women wash their hair about 1-4 times a week (and of course they do it as economically as possible). They say that it is precisely by the clean, styled hair that you can recognize a visiting Russian woman.

Dishwashing

“Our” women wash the dishes immediately after everyone gets up from the table. In extreme cases, on the same day in the evening, when a decent "slide" will gather in the sink.

Europeans, on the other hand, expect a whole Everest of dirty dishes to form, and then send it to the dishwasher. It often happens that in order not to drive the car idle, you have to wait several days. But what if you urgently need a plate, and it is in the sink? Hand wash? What are you, why! Better to go and "borrow" from a neighbor.

Underwear

In this regard, Europeans are much more "correct" than Russians. If an Englishwoman or a Frenchwoman notices a speck or a small hole on her panties, she will immediately send them to the trash can. Many Russian women, for example, can walk in the same "comfortable" bra for months and finally part with it after a few years.

Linens

Most of the same Englishwomen wash bed linen not more often than once a month, or even less often. Russians in this regard have significantly "bypassed" them - some are used to changing the bedding every week. A recent study showed that about 500,000 women in the UK wash their laundry three times a year, and only one in six women does it once a month.

Of course, the above information does not apply to all Europeans without exception. Each rule has its own exceptions. However, the fact that they are much more economical than Russians in terms of hygiene is indisputable! Do you think this is good or bad?

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