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So beware, the longer you live in Spain, the more normal you'll think it is to drop rude words into everyday conversation.

Barely tipping Spaniards barely tip, not because they're mean but because there is no real tipping culture here.

After living in Spain you’ll have sharpened your elbows enough to push through the crowds to the bar as well as any Spaniard.

And you'll be comfortable tossing your olive stones, prawn heads and paper napkins onto the floor.

After living in Spain, however, you’ll become accustomed to greeting total strangers in a much more intimate way than you ever imagined.

Swooning over random kids Stay in Spain for any considerable length of time and before you know it, you´ll be swooning over random babies in cafes, restaurants and on the street.

Cancelling if it's raining Northern Europeans are used to living the majority of their lives under a haze of light drizzle, but it rains so seldom in most parts of Spain, a bit of precipitation is more than enough of a reason for Spaniards to cancel their plans to leave the house.

Eating standing up While the concept of eating at your desk is alien to most Spaniards, who like to enjoy a proper sit down lunch, they do love to eat tapas standing up and, if possible, crammed like sardines into a tiny bar.

You can tell the good tapas bars by how packed they are, condensation on the windows and people spilling out of the door onto the streets.

11) Tu amor me inspira, tu ternura me conmueve y tus besos me enloquecen.

– Each hour that passes with you seems like a second.