If You Relocated To The US, What Are Some Things You Love About American Culture?

As an American, it's easy to take some of the great things about our culture for granted.

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When I travel to other places — especially other countries — I often get wanderlust and say I'd live there in a heartbeat because sometimes the grass seems greener on the other side.

So I'm turning to those who relocated to the US of the BuzzFeed Community to ask, what do you love about American culture compared to where you were living prior?

Maybe you love the school pride in America and you noticed this when you relocated here for college.

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Perhaps you, oddly enough, love the big portions of food most American restaurants serve.

A plate of rigatoni pasta with tomato sauce and a serving of braised meat, garnished with seasonings
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Or maybe you really love how friendly people are and how strangers will randomly strike up a conversation with you.

Whatever you love about American culture, feel free to share it with me in this anonymous form or in the comments below, and you could be featured in an upcoming BuzzFeed Community post.