By Pacifica, in 'Non-Latin Talk', Nov 24, 2017.
Input is in+put.
Are you serious?
I forgot it, and it dawned on me again.
Well, I suppose that's the whole point of this thread ...
I think in Europe, we are often prejudiced towards Americans thinking they should at least know the most basic things about Europe while we really have no idea about the USA either.
I'd find it hard to name all 40 states, for example ... let alone naming the capital of Ottawa.
Or about Europe.
In America, Europeans seem to be snobby, proper men.
that's basically true, though half of us are women.
Are you joking with that first part? You probably are, but it's hard to tell.
I know ... there are people who think Belgium still exists!
What did you say last night? You know, about me getting rude? Oh, you said you liked seeing me being rude towards others but not towards you. Well, watch out.
I want to mention that there are 50 states, and not just 40.
I like how you doubted the first part, but not the second one.
Man is only masculine
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