+0
1. Cultural Differences in Friendship Hey, it's true. Your friendships and how you look at them depend on your culture. For example, in the U.S. you can be friends with someone, yet not really be expected to go and party with them. Many Middle Easterners, Asians, and Latinos would consider going out of their way a cool and essential thing to do for friends. If you are not willing to sacrifice for your friend, then that person is not really your bud.
+0
I didn't spot any errors, of I'm being really critical I might change the last two sentances .
Anonymous Many Middle Easterners, Asians, and Latinos would consider going out of their way a cool and essential thing to do for their friends. If you are not willing to sacrifice for your friendbuddy, then that person is not really your budfriend.
Comments  

Cultural Differences in Friendship Hey, it's true. Your friendships and how you look at them depend on your culture. For example, in the U.S. you can be friends with someone, yet not really be expected to go and party with them. Many Middle Easterners, Asians, and Latinos would consider going out of their way a cool and essential thing to do for friends. If you are not willing to sacrifice for your friend, then that person is not really your bud.