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    Bwahaha that video is excellent. More bewbs on the tewb please.

    I got used to the sound of French (my dad's fault I suppose). Boyfriend intensely dislikes it and French people in general.
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    Quote Originally Posted by namelesswonder View Post
    Bwahaha that video is excellent. More bewbs on the tewb please.

    I got used to the sound of French (my dad's fault I suppose). Boyfriend intensely dislikes it and French people in general.
    I don't dislike French... well, none I've met here in America. I just dislike listening to their lispy, swishy sloshy speech.
    I've actually met more Brits here in Am that I actively disliked.
    I've liked the Scots and Irish I've met though.
    Weird, I think that many Brits are a bit too much like 'average' Americans, who I don't much like either. (I've probably insulted someone by saying that.)
    But I love the Germans and Dutch... probably because half of my family is VERY German. 100% on my Mother's side. My great grandmothers still made very traditional german foods, blended with poor southern foods...
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    That weather forecast is awesome. Them German's got their wemmens trained real good.
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    I am not really hungry, but I am bored. I haven't been drinking water today. I'm partially afraid that once I start, I'll get hungry. I'm going to head outside for a stroll in a minute.

    I keep thinking it's Friday! Throwing off my groove, man.

    I successfully avoided eating cookies last night, but only by stuffing myself with sweet potato with butter & RLH mashed together. Seems like kind of a cheat, but no new pimples or anything today from the honey so I think that's fairly safe for me in higher doses. I did have a bite of a fresh cookie and it was tasty, but not as fulfilling as they were when I had some of the first batch. Worrying about eating sugar and wheat will do that.

    I want to try making these: Melt-In-Your-Mouth {GF} Peanut Butter Cookies! | One Good Thing by Jillee I'd probably use peanut butter (something from Trader Joe's) over any other nut butter (ooo but I wonder how hazelnut would be?). Maybe a nice treat to try out when I can swing the extra cash for coconut oil (to put on the pans) and I'm sure that the extra sugar won't set off a yeast infection or anything (in a couple of months ).
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    I love that picture of you and your friend. It's amazing how different someone can look by simply changing the hair color. And you look genuinely happy. Love the smile!
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    Haha I saw that one the other day, meant to pass it on to Boyfriend with a note about "if we ever end up in a studio apartment".
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    I speak Dutch (or Flemish if you want ), it's my mother tongue. I also speak fluently Italian (I have Italian nationality, although born and raised in Belgium and lived 6 years of my adult life in Italy, married to an Italian asshole...all the other Italians I know - including my large family - are nice people though ). I speak French, this is the 2nd language in Belgium and is taught in every school as of 5th grade. I can speak a little (and understand most) German, it's Belgium's 3rd language. I speak a little (and understand enough) Spanish. And I speak English too . So yes, I'm always surprised when people only speak one language. I didn't understand why my Italian cousins never learned another language at school (but that has changed now). Travelling to Italy, Spain and France I have noticed that people appreciate it when you at least try to speak their language and are then happy to help you in another language; but if you don't even try they can be real snobs about it and just ignore you .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Candy in Wonderland View Post
    I speak Dutch (or Flemish if you want ), it's my mother tongue. I also speak fluently Italian (I have Italian nationality, although born and raised in Belgium and lived 6 years of my adult life in Italy, married to an Italian asshole...all the other Italians I know - including my large family - are nice people though ). I speak French, this is the 2nd language in Belgium and is taught in every school as of 5th grade. I can speak a little (and understand most) German, it's Belgium's 3rd language. I speak a little (and understand enough) Spanish. And I speak English too . So yes, I'm always surprised when people only speak one language. I didn't understand why my Italian cousins never learned another language at school (but that has changed now). Travelling to Italy, Spain and France I have noticed that people appreciate it when you at least try to speak their language and are then happy to help you in another language; but if you don't even try they can be real snobs about it and just ignore you .
    That's pretty darn impressive. But what I was getting at is that Europeans know more than one language because of the proximity of the languages. The U.S., being a geographically large country, with just one recognized language is much different than Belgium with 3 languages. In Belgium, you could probably drive to 3 different countries with 3 different languages in one day, right? Not taking anything from you, just saying it's different over here.
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    I just wanted to say, not all Europeans speak more than 1 language , Belgium is kind of an exception indeed (like Switzerland too) having more than one national language. And yes, it is a small country: I live very near to the Netherlands (actually going there this afternoon to pick something up, it's like a 20 minutes drive for me), both France and Germany is about a 3 hours drive, Great Britain just a few hours by train (High Speed Train, going under the Canal). But like I said: I know more Italians who don't speak any other language than those who do so it's not that Americans are all that different .
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