One of the most amazing things in many countries is how people address each other. If you are walking in Hungary, don’t be angry if someone addresses you as a “cabbage” or “small insect.” They are not trying to mock you, these words are actually a compliment there. In many countries, their “compliments” might seem very weird. For example, in China, saying “diving fish, swooping geese” is a way to say someone is beautiful. People in Poland use the word “breadcrumb,” and in Japan, “egg with eyes” is also a term for an attractive person, making reference to their oval-shaped face.