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Compare this with a situation where someone visits you, you offer them food, and they say: "No, thanks, I have lots of food at home!" This would be extremely rude in many cultures. It may imply any of the following: Guests eat because they don't have food at home The host may not have enough food, so the guest may be putting considerable strain on them The ...


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