Everything is closed on Sundays
Germans are passionate about shopping and buying new gadgets because they love to invest their money in the right gear and good tools,
But on Sundays every week, and also on holidays, they are comfortable shopping, buying, and consuming.
Although they do not necessarily go to church on Sundays and holidays,
But for them Sunday should be spent outdoors or with family, planning ahead, relaxing and having fun.
If you happen to be in Germany on Sunday, you will feel good and calm.
The missing things get stuck in the trees
If your glove falls out of your pocket on the way to the train station, or if you lose anything in Germany, be sure that you will find it, whether
I came back after thirty minutes or even a week later.
You will find your glove hanging on a tree or whatever you have lost, or you may find another sign waiting for you when someone finds it.
Any lost object on its way either hangs it on a tree or places a mark on the road for the owner of that object even if it returns it finds its purpose.
And no one dares to take something that is not his own if he finds it on his way but is stuck on trees.
Ask the right question to get the correct answer
You should know that Germans love the accuracy and intelligence in dealing and asking questions.
If you ask someone a yes or no question you will only get a yes or no answer.
If the question is, is this the correct way for the train station? The answer to your question will be no,
Sure, this answer is not useful, but this is your fault. If you want to know the right direction for a place, you should ask the right question.
If you want to know the route to the train station, all you need to ask is “How can I get to the train station?”
Giving you an accurate response with lots of directions.
The government can refuse to name children with strange names
According to German law, the person’s gender must be known from his first name, and none of them is confused when hearing the child’s name. Is he a male or a mother?
Consequently, the civil registration office can reject or accept the names of children upon registration.
It is a very expensive process to change the name change after it is rejected in Germany.
This is why many parents go to traditional names like Michael and Maria when naming their children.
It is bad luck to wish someone a happy birthday in advance
There is one of Germany’s most important customs and traditions that summarize the German mentality of the population there,
The habit is that you do not have to be sure of anything until it happens because if you are sure it will not happen;
This is the opposite of the law the whole world walks in, that if you want something to happen, think a lot that it will happen and it will actually happen.
So if you wish someone a happy birthday early before their actual birthday,
It will not really become his birthday, or more precisely this person will die!
In Germany “thank you” means “no.”
If you are sitting with someone in Germany and he asks you do you like that drink and introduced the drink to you and replied “Danke”
Which means “thank you”, this means that you say no thanks to you and you refuse to offer it.
But in reality you should say “Bitte” which means yes please so you accept his offer.
Likewise, if you say “please” which means “please” then you say no.