Elizabeth and Derek, a White U.S. American couple, decide to host German students as part of a one-month program with the local university. Veronica and Julie, the students from Germany, enjoy their stay, but they are not as fond of the food, and at one point directly ask the couple to prepare food with less fat. The request comes on top of Elizabeth and Derek already having had stressful days at work and feeling inadequate about not spending the time hosting that they should. The request might not be unusual in Germany, because directness is valued; however, Elizabeth and Derek perceive it as rude. In the end, they do not have a good time hosting the Germans, who are more direct and independent than they would like. But this does not surprise them—they already expected that Germans would be “rude”, based on what they saw in the media.
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