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Italian Life Rules by Ann Reavis
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Italian Life Rules (2014)

by Ann Reavis

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With love to my father James Reavis
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In 1998, I quit my job at a law firm in San Francisco and went off to Italy, on not much more than a whim, for nine months.
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Italians have spent a thousand years perfecting a certain way of living. In a country with a reputation of not obeying rules, there are some hard and fast Italian Life Rules, which are known and followed. You should never greet some people in Italy with a cheery “Ciao!” Why? Italian women can stride across cobblestones wearing stilettos with five-inch heels. How? Studies show that Italians tip less than other Europeans. Why? Tourists can’t go to just any Italian beach and spread a picnic lunch out on the sand during some months. When? It seems like every shopkeeper in Italy demands exact change. Why? When in Italy, enjoy being Italian for a few days, weeks or months, by learning the Italian Life Rules for a greater appreciation of what it means to be Italian.

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