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World Etiquette Guide Infographic

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It's hard enough being polite in the complex, socially-awkward country that is the UK, so how on earth we're supposed to not offend people when we travel to other countries, we have no idea.

But at least we now have a bit of help, thanks to this fantastic infographic, put together by San Francisco company Zendesk.

It gives 35 pieces of useful etiquette advice for 10 different countries. Did you know you should never eat pizza in Brazil with your hands? Well, you do now.

Take a look below and click on it for a larger version.

(Image: Zendesk)

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