You can get just about anything delivered
Booze or ice running low at a party? Call delivery. Hung over in bed with no food or energy to cook eggs? Call delivery. If you can consume it, you can get it delivered, shame-free. I once saw a neighbor shuffling to the door to retrieve delivery from the ice cream place directly next door to our building. That’s lazy -- and awesome. You can even dial the cafe nearby for a coffee and an aproned, bow-tied waiter will come your way with a cup, saucer and silver spoon that he’ll pop by later to pick up. And as if McDonald’s weren’t already easy enough, yes, you can also get that delivered.
There’s no such thing as PC
Nicknames in Argentina stem from appearance, they’re rampant, and often not words that would fly in the US. Someone who is olive-skinned will be Negro (black) while every friend group also seems to have a Chino (Chinese) who’s not actually Chinese. Couples often call each other gordo or gorda, which essentially translates to “fatty”. Pretty sure that would get most American guys slapped. Additionally, most everyone in Argentina is miraculously thin, despite the proliferation of steaks and the aforementioned guzzling of Coke and Fernet.