Tlotlo: Hi, my name is Tlotlo and I am from Botswana.
Resse: And my name is Resse from Botswana as well.
Tlotlo: And our question is do people kiss in public in your country?
Tlotlo: OK, elaborate.
Resse: Everywhere you go, there's couples kissing and doing all sorts of stuff in public.
Tlotlo: Yeah, I can agree with him actually. I've seen a couple of times people kissing in public and it's become very common and people are adapting to seeing people kiss just in public.
Resse: I thought though it should be something you do in private.
Tlotlo: Well yeah, but I guess you know times are changing, people do different things these days so kissing in public is just one of those changes. Back then yes it used to be like when you see people kissing in public you go like whoah and you'd stare at them and just be amazed but these days you just look at them and just pass and move on with your life.
Resse: I think it's progress to me, I feel maybe the limit should be holding hands and hugging, that's the limit of public affection.
Tlotlo: In public, but kissing no?
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