Gosia explained to us that she sees 'Hellos' as something very positive and as such she connects it to sunshine and vitality. She goes on to detail that here ('in the UK') 'hellos' are almost always followed by 'How are you?' another thing that, despite being seen by some as something superficial, she genuinely finds nice. She also recalls that back home people are a lot more tempted to complain or be blunt as an answer to the same question, a thing that can become tiring.
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