When you sneezes, someone else (if they are polite) will say "Bless you", "Gesundheit", etc.
[Side note: In Spanish, the proper response to the first sneeze is "Salud"("Health"), the second - "Dinero"("Money"), and the third - "Amor" ("Love"). My freshman year of BYU boyfriend would always respond to my sneezes in Spanish, and would teasingly get mad when I only sneezed twice.]
If you cough, you, generally, say "Pardon me".
What about when you hiccup? Why isn't there a proper response to that? Instead, when you hiccup, everyone just looks at you like you're insane. The looks get worse the louder or more often you hiccup. It's just uncomfortable for everyone, but the poor victim of the hiccups gets increasingly embarassed and all the other people just get annoyed. That's weird.
Secondly, I'm all for saving the planet and using reusable lunch containers. Also, I love pandas.
These are great - insulated, reusable, unfold into a placemat (also great for cleaning).
But I think the tiger looks mad, the bunny sick, and the panda sad.
Oh, and the placemat looks like a diaper. Who wants eat their lunch out something that resembles a diaper?
Just some "What's up with that?" moments I've had tonight.