And how you feeling about that this election cycle? Though I can’t say that things over on the other side of the pond are going much better politically these days.
I gave mine up last year and couldn’t have been happier. That being said, I moved to a pretty darn good country (Canada).
For our citizenship test, we had to eat two pounds of poutine while standing naked in a pool of ice. It was awesome.
I had this idea years ago.
Hair? Close enough. Check.
DON PEDRO: Will you have me, lady?
BEATRICE: No, my lord, unless I might have another for
working-days: your grace is too costly to wear
–Shakespeare, Much Ado About Nothing, Act II, Sc.1
Crap. Does that mean I accidentally acquired Canadian citizenship on my last trip to Toronto?
Fabio: All that is MAN!
The whole point of immigration laws was to keep him out. All for the betterment of Americans who cannot compete effectively with him for mating rights.
My mother-in-law said my hair reminded her of Fabio.
So that’s what the Trump wall was about!
that’s disturbing, it would be one thing if your hair reminded her of his hair, but that it reminds her of his whole person!
Fine! I’ll vote Bernie in the Primary (if he’s still in it), Hillary in the General. It’s a bit of a Hobson’s choice given the likely opposition but hey welcome to democracy under late-stage capitalism.
Might just write in the name of my dog though TBH
That’s a little scary.
There is no such thing as an Italian dream or an English dream but the American dream is alive and well.
Do people really believe that when all evidence points to the contrary? Or is it just a phrase that’s repeated with out thought - a national mythos, self-delusion, whatever?
That’s OK - we don’t have a problem with dual citizenship.
We currently have an English nightmare, and that is a kind of dream.
@beschizza “I had this idea years ago.”
You two should team up and fight crime!
Finally, everyone can stop panicking about Trump. Fabio is her to make everything okay again.