Alfieb wrote in the chatbox and on apricity that he and his sisters dated mixed race puerto ricans, that he was a Fascist and posted on stormfront as benitto Mussolini. now he Claims not to be a Fascist but writes all Kind of racist stuff still. he identifies with "latins" meaning mestizos and dislikes anglos and slavs, all latins are his kin but not dominicans because they are "niggers" eventhough just as culturally spanish. His Cousin got disowned by his Family for dating a black guy. He calls me in his signature a self hating racist. Id say even God hates Faggots.
When I have been in the Czech Republic they all talked initially Czech to me.
Slovenians in general don`t do that.
Italians think that I am native as well.
But it ain't about how hard you hit. It's about how hard you can get it and keep moving forward. How much you can take and keep moving forward. That's how winning is done - Rocky Balboa
Swedish in Sweden.
I hate it when I go to some shop downtown and the shop assistants start offering me stupid promotions in English, when I say that I speak Bulgarian they give up
Everybody wants to be a pop star, but nobody wants to be me and that's just awesome... - Courtney Love
Bosnian (by other Bosnians in Norway), Russian (in France), British (In UK and Norway), German (in Turkey), thats about it i think...
" I once tried thinking for an entire day, but I found it less valuable than one moment of study. I once tried standing up on my toes to see far out in the distance, but I found that I could see much farther by climbing to a high place."
People talked to me in dutch and in italian in the Netherlands and in Italy but i'm not sure what to make of it.
The only time i can say i was genuinely mistaken for something else was when an ukranian immigrant talked to me in ukranian in my own country.
alex, if you would see me in Portugal, dressed like a native, what would you think? and btw, how do you people dress?
As for you i don't know. I can say tourists are easier to spot on groups, so you on a group of latvians would definitely come across as outisiders. You alone i'm not sure
I went to the Russian grocery store in my town the other day and the staff talked to me in Russian before they realized I was local.
Must be because of the reddish hue of my skin after 3 hours at the beach.
Never happened. In 2010, one Moroccan girl once thought I was Russian, but that's idiocy of her part. It was in a neighbourhood and within company of which I was the only non-foreigner. It's interesting to see Belgium through the eyes of immigrants, though.
For the rest, I do think I can pretty much blend in anywhere in Western Europe, though.
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