Is it true that yuros don't clap when their plane lands?
>Euros don't tip the pilot after a smooth landing
If people clap when the pilot lands safely at an airport what do they do when he completes an emergency landing in a river?
There's this little fanfare that plays on Ryanair flights that land early (which is fucking all of them because they give themselves more time than needed all the time) some people ironically cheer and clap when they hear it.
>Clint Eastwood is making a movie about that
are you clapping at the end of a movie at the cinema?
>Had an mericunt who clapped in cinema once. Plz dont do that.
Why not? I won't be like the other American and say its the highest form of compliment, but I do think clapping is a way of publically expressing your enjoyment and happiness. Do Euros never cheer or express joy together when it comes to your soccer games?
What would you do if you saw this before a movie?
Maybe he'll star in it too. Doesn't look extremely different from the pilot.
It's very common here. I guess it's not very different in Finland.
We finns are very silent and introverted people. But when someone slips and falls on an icy road, everyone witnessing that will start clapping, cheering and laughing. This confuses many tourists.
>Work as a taxi driver
>Sometimes get some American tourists
>Few months ago start reading about the way americans clap on planes
>Want to have banter with it with my american tourists so they will tip more
>First tourist I get is a pair of girlfriends and boyfriends
>don't say anything while I drive them to their hotel because the girls are hot and it makes me uncomfortable
>we get to the hotel they are staying it
>I quickly remember my banter
>turn my head to one of the girls
>stare at her for a few seconds
>say 'APPLAUD' in a really loud and angry voice
>say 'CLAP AMERICANS' in the same voice
>they look at each other confused
>'err... how much man?'
>want them to laugh before they pay me
>'PUT YOUR HANDS TOGETHER'
>they start clapping
>they look at each other
>they get out thinking that was the fare
>because of this shithole
reminder, 4chan is not real life.
That's exactly why we clap.
When I take the plane, I'm expecting to die.
When we land, it means I'm still alive, so I clap because I'm happy.
I thought it was a Quebec thing. Americans do it as well?
Americans definately do it, especially after a long or turbulent flight.
we don't clap for a 2 hour, seamless flight which required nothing because the pilot had autopilot on the entire time