It's bound to happen at least once in your life. That's one of the perks of living in Montreal; our cultural diversity (and poutine of course). It's so exciting to go out and never know who you'll end up running into. Especially since it's so hard to guess what nationality a person is from these days.\nYou're one quarter Chinese, half Brazilian and a quarter South African? Damn I don't even know one person from any of those countries.\nThe beauty of diversity, people.\nDid you know, according to scientific research, children from different nationalities end up being smarter and taller than children from the same nationality? I know I didn't. Time to get out of your comfort zone and meet Mr or Mrs. [enter exotic last name here]. You never know, you might learn a new language, or it'll make you open your mind to things you've never seen before...\n1. More easy going.\n[embed]http://imgur.com/k9BZBj0[/embed]\n2. Are more knowledgeable about other cultures/countries.\n3. Experience more holidays.\n[embed]http://imgur.com/4uinhkH[/embed]\n4. Eat different foods.\n[embed]http://imgur.com/mWf8CBb[/embed]\n5. Become more open minded.\n6. Get to learn a different language.\n7. People will never confuse you for siblings.\n8. You're from different groups of friends. (Therefore no running into ex lovers).\n9. Have a free place to stay in a foreign country.\n10. You'll make beautiful babies.