In Eastern Europe (former socialist world) they always charge you for ketchup. The sauce thing in restaurants can cost more to borrow for your meal than they would cost in a shop. Same thing in Slovakia, Hungary, Poland etc. People just don't generally have ketchup here. It's messed up.
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