“They’re duller than a chalk sandwich here.”

“They’re duller than a chalk sandwich here.”

Living in a country different from your native country makes you, in many cases, miss things you would never expect you would miss. The most mundane aspects of day-to-day life become a relic. Proof of this has been the video that recently Here Sandra, an influencer of Tiktok, has shared with all his followers.

The young has been living in the U.S. for five years and bases her content on explaining what life is like in the country. But the truth is that everything is not always as nice as it seems and he does not deny that sometimes he feels homesick for his homeland.

For this reason, he has made a list of the things he misses most about Spain. after not having returned since 2019. Among them, one of the things that stands out the most is life on the street.

“Let everyone walk everywhere, That there are always a lot of people on the street, practically at any time.”said the young woman. But it’s not just about being able to walk through the streets, but also about being able to get around by public transport. And, as she explained, in the North American country the subway “is scary”.

On the other hand, he emphasizes both the patron saint festivals, because they are not celebrated there, as well as the “art of the people”. Laughing, the influencer has assured that Americans are “duller than a chalk sandwich.”

The city of Ankara had to witness all kinds of objects flying through the air.

Not only the people and its streets are things he longs for, but also the food. “What I miss most, more than my family, is the food of Spain. But this goes without saying.”Sara tells the camera. Similarly, she has explained that the streets, at lunchtime, don’t smell either: “Here, as long as you don’t pass in front of a McDonald’s there are no food smells in the street”.

The video cThe video already has almost 600,000 views and more than 50,000 ‘likes’. It is therefore not surprising that the publication has been filled with comments assuring that “the little things we don’t pay attention to until we leave”.

Kayleigh Williams