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Now, I understand these are tiny issues, but they have bugged me for a long time. I live in the US and there are a few issues with the vocabulary and items that detract from the "I'm an American living in the Southern Midwest" vibe. First, Americans call a "spade" a "shovel." I understand they are two words for the same thing, but it is true. EDIT: It was illustrated in this thread that a spade and shovel are two different things, but the in-game art is in fact a shovel. Second, few Americans have any idea what remoulade is. It would be more realistic as tartar sauce. While a form of remoulade, it is significantly more common in the US. Third, almost every American household has ketchup and the rarity of this item is disproportionate, especially when compared to remoulade. Fourth, I've admittedly never left the country, but here in the US pickles are almost exclusively sold in jars. And, as such, it is my opinion that they should leave an empty jar behind. I appreciate everything the devs are doing, I really like the direction this game has been going, and I understand there is a lot on their plates. Thanks for taking the time to read my short rant, I'll update with anything else I happen to find. EDIT: Also, there should also be sounds from cooking popcorn. Potentially, cooking in general creates smells that attract zombies. EDIT (again): Also, in the US a 'vest' is called either a 'tank top' or and 'A-shirt' (less common).