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Salamat Dragonzair !!!OMG nagsimula na kong magtagalog..i better stop, i might annoy other people. of course i'm enjoying my stay and i have no problems, so far. all is good here!!
I'm from NYC but through Dominican parents. I love Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic except for the eccessive violence.Originally Posted by lpujols
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Naks, dumami ang mga Pinoy dito! Wow, the number of Filipinos in MH has increased!
It's good to know that several nations are being represented in this forums.
BTW, I'm from the Philippines and I have been living there throughout my life (although I've traveled to a few countries already)
i am from the middle east,jordan,amman,the capital.
but now i am living in the uk studying in leeds.
its funny no one from my original country comes to this forum,since i was introduced to naruto and different anime there
through one of my friends,maybe its becuase people still cant afford more than dial up internet.
me is in Alabama in US (i dont think ther is alabama anywer else)
Well, glad we have you with usOriginally Posted by conan
I'm from Tennessee - close enoughOriginally Posted by edakumi-sama
Vols're better than Tide, tho!
Hey everyone, I want you all to know I'm so gald that there's people here from all over the world, rather just America I'm from Greece, Astros in particular, though when I was 9 and a half I moved to another city called Leonidion where I spent the years till finishing highschool. Now I am a TEI student in Kavala, a beautiful city on the border with Bulgaria.
Following Khaludh's example let me say that Greece is a country of lazy bums, who feel proud for their glorious past, when Greece gave the lights to the world... and stayed in the dark. Following that great example I don't have DSL myself because I'm too lazy to go over the paperwork, since Greece is also The Land of the Bureaucrats (it is to bureaucrats what Mordor was to Nazguls). Of course Greece during summer is a mirage, a heaven fueled by your money, we are glad to have you here and take ALL of your money for the few days you'll stay (so, don't question our smiling faces), though don't expect everything to be in order like in Germany, though we DO love your wallets you more than people anywhere else! And, don't forget to visit our islands and tell us what they are like, because we can't afford to visit them ourselves! Greece isn't the place to go if you don't have Greek friends 'cause following a travel guide is the road to bankrupsy!! And also, getting lost in the labyrinth that our roads are is very likely for those of you brave enough to bring your car. Just be even more brave and ask for directions, people are always glad to help you with a smile, though their English might not be all that well and you might end in up Turkey (in which case, find a net café, enter MH and ask Walkie for directions) . That would conclude my mini "introduction to Greece"
North of Chicago... Ah the lovely midwest...XP
I guess I'll be adding some variety here.
i'm a socal local eastern pacifica dude. heh heh
I live in Bonn, the former capital of the Federal Republic of Germany, the country with the world's grumpiest civil servants and a national soccer team that makes you wish you could say you weren't German. Be friendly to random people and you will get stared at like an alien and don't expect people to be friendly to you, because usually the won't.
Germany is also the country of the weeks-long strikes and the bureaucracy.
Of course, Germany also has its good sides like good cars and the Soccer World Cup. And right now, I can't think of anything else, which is pathetic, because I am German and I should be able to think of more good things about my own country, but I can't.
At least, we have "Umlaute" -> ä, ö, ü
But unfortunately, Austrians and the Swiss have them as well, so that doesn't really count for Germany.
Every country has them, i think, though not as much as you do , but still, german Umlaute > french Accènts
Fantastic! So many people from around the world! But is it me or there really are none from S-America and Africa?
mental note: seems I'm the only one representing Northen and Eastern Europe. Cool! I feel unique.