Books. Bikes. Boomsticks.
Self-Checkout aisles are like wheelchair ramps for introverts.
That thing is broke. It's a travesty. A vile evil lie I tell you.French. FRENCH? Why I oughtta ...
HA-ha, Frenchie.Heh, can you check on the Champe d Elyse or however you frogs spell it? My inner German feels like some marching.
I came up French, which is ridiculous. If they'd had a proper "haggis" entry on the food choices, it'd be obvious my inner European is from the Hebrides.
Let's me and you go to the pub then, yeah?
I came up Dutch. Travesty it is.
I liked every single thing on the whole list, except the cars were laughers mostly.Guess that makes me Ohioan?
I came up Dutch.
Dutch here too.Must have been those fruity choices for dream car. Not a pickup truck in the lot.
I came up Irish. Since my ancestors from the Isles were Scots, I decided not to post the resukts. ;)
"Must have been those fruity choices for dream car. Not a pickup truck in the lot."Exactly; I prefer trucks and Jeeps.
Jeep has a plant near Vienna. Ten years ago they outnumbered all other US cars in Yerp (not saying a lot). Notice how Trabbis weren't on the list? Yugos? Skoda? SEAT? Meh, notmuchofa.Enzo Ferrari said, "The Americans do not need a sports car. They have the Jeep."
And here I thought "Do you have any Irish in ya?" was just a cheesy pickup line.Who knew?
Swedish? I can live with that. And, hey... Swedish is not French... I'll sleep much better tonight! Perhaps I'll even dream of sacking monasteries...
comatus--'Tis said that a SEAT is nothing more than a FIAT built on last years' worn-out tooling in Spain.At least that's how we felt when I was in Rota.
Used to be. Now it's VW instead. But they build a car called "Toledo," and even Jeep hasn't got the stones to try that.What do you have to anwser on the quiz to be an inner Liechtensteiner? I haven't even seen a Belgian yet. Have these people ever been to Yerp?
Irish, thank God.
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