Some interesting observations about Ghanaian culture.
Hissing is a normal way to get someone's attention.
Many people snap at the end of a handshake, sometimes 2 or 3 times.
"Oh!" is the most frequently used noise to express delight, surprise, etc.
Calling someone fat is not usually rude or insulting, and can even be good.
PDA is extremely rare, even between married couples.
Using your left hand to eat or give/receive objects is disrespectful.
Many Ghanaians bathe 2 or 3 times a day. .
Chopping or a chop bar refers to eating. A spot is a a place to drink.
"Tro-tro" refers to the vans that take between 9 and 20 passengers from city to city.
"Dashing" is a word for gift giving
Saying "It's a lie!" is a way to express disbelief or respond to teasing.
Funerals are elaborate events that can continue for months after the person's death.
"Flashing" means calling someone briefly so they can save your number- which is a startling phrase to hear if you don't know what it means!