I could sit here and ramble on about my self but that would bore even the most forbearing of us. But allow me to bring you up to speed. I'm just starting to figure out this business most call family -In doing so I've met some pretty amazing people along the way. Come join me as I awkwardly navigate through this conundrum known as life finding family, friends, and a home while trying not to be arrested, lost, or killed in Deutschland. Still learning deutsch alongside my man Ludwig. Let's watch and see what happens -Wir wollen gehen!
Spamming more jokes from the book~ This is a long one…
You are invited to an official lunch. You are welcomed by an Englishman. Food is prepared by a Frenchman and an Italian puts you in the mood and everything is organised by a German.
You are invited to an official lunch. You are welcomed by a Frenchman. Food is prepared by an Englishman, a German puts you in the mood but, don’t worry, everything is organised by an Italian.
8 Year old girl from Dublin tries to get her school demolished… Just listen.
Screw you, Irish is not British.
^^ gonna have to go with this bro
As an American, not speaking for ALL Americans -just this one, when I say “British” I mean from Britain. When I want to refer to someone’s accent, let’s say Simon, from Scotland, I’m gonna say “He’s got a Scottish accent” (Not he’s got a British accent because I know that’ll piss him off and he’ll come after me with a butcher knife)
Saying British accent and trying to group Wales, England, Scotland, and Ireland together is like saying you have an American accent and grouping Texan, Eastern, Western, Louisianian, Southern, Northern, Midland, Minnesotan, etc ALL together.
So when I say “British accent” I mean BRITISH ACCENT
If I meant otherwise I would say otherwise
Ya know, jus’ sayin’