• Unusual greeting
Yuri Nikulin in his book, recalled that in the early days of the war on our territory in large numbers thrown Germans disguised in the form of the Soviet military. One of these saboteurs summed encounter on the street with the Soviet general: instead of to take the salute, he threw his hand up. In this ten something about greetings.
10th responsibility of all to the cheers of the Japanese approach. They used three types of bows - saykeyrey (lowest), medium bow - from the angle of thirty degrees and easy - with the angle of fifteen. Lowest bow welcomes the most respected and wealthy people.
9th place: In the Akamba tribe in Kenya as a sign of deep respect, imagine spit on the counter. Also greet spitting in the Masai tribe. However, they spit on his hands, and then shake hands with the other.
8 place: The famous phrase "Memento more", it turns out, was also welcomed: so say hello to the Middle Ages, members of the Trappist Order. The monks reminded each other that a person must live in dignity, to avoid punishment for their sins in the next world.
7 place: Very original welcomed Russian peacekeepers in Yugoslavia during the NATO bombing campaign told our local instead of "Hello" - "S-300", alluding to the fact that it is time to start fighting back. By the way, in the thirties in Germany, some risking their freedom and life, instead of shouting at rallies Heil Hitler "Halbach letters", that is, half a liter. 6th place: Cheers inhabitants of Easter Island: become straight, squeeze hands into fists and pull them in front of him, raised above his head, to unclench their fists and give hands quietly fall, this is the first option. If this sounds complicated, you can just lay your hands, palms, forehead lift, turn palms up and slap on his beard.
5 th place: In some Indian tribes adopted at the sight of a stranger to squat as long as the stranger shall not come and will not notice you.
4th place: Tibetans at a meeting remove a hat with his right hand, left hand lay behind his ear and stuck out his tongue.
3 rd place: Representatives of the new Guinean tribe-CODI meeting with tickling each other's chin.
2 nd place: In Samoa, you misunderstand, if you do not sniff at a meeting of his friend.
1st place: Greeting Aboriginal New Zealand Maori. Get ready for a little gymnastics. When Maori first meeting shouting words in a ferocious and staccato manner, then slapped his hands on his thighs, and then with all his might stomp your feet and bend his knees, and finally inflate the chest, his eyes bulge, and from time to time his tongue