"At the end of the day, you are married to each other and not each other’s cultures or families," says Reddit user bflowyngz.
"You have to respect and love the person you lie down with at night."Follow Julia on Twitter.
"Everyone had to explain that he was in fact part of our group and no, he wasn’t trying to cut us...." 2.
When couple pics require more work than you’re used to. Taking selfies in the sun is a bitch," says Reddit user ehs5.
When you have to deal with "jokes" about your race. When people try to "guess" your partner’s ethnicity.
Reddit user Banana Twinkie, an Asian woman, describes meeting her husband’s father, who is of German descent. "I’m a white woman married to a man who’s half Egyptian and half Native ...
’ This is way worse than the people who ask things like ’does he speak much English?
’ when he’s lived in Canada longer than they’ve been alive." 5.
"The picture either turns out way too dark or way too bright." 3.
When you both have to adjust to a few linguistic differences.