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xytherion said:
From the Philippines. Colonized by Spain for 377 years, then by USA for 48 years and was occupied by the Japanese for 4 years.

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Natsu said:
USA.. I'm surrounded by idiots, but I'm sure it's like that everywhere.

Well... americans in general do have that fame. I do agree it's mostly like that everywhere, but there's degrees of bad. ^^

 

 

I'm from Portugal. We are reigning european football champions!



HomokHarcos said:
Flilix said:
Belgium.

We have beer, French fries, the smurfs, pedophiles, chocolate and Puigdemont.

I never knew that the Smurfs is a Belgian series.

The comics are Belgian, but the tv series is American.



Brazil. Curiously, Portuguese is the most-spoken language in South America and 6th most-spoken in the world, basically due to Brazil that concentrates roughly 80% of the Lusophone population.

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SvennoJ said:
Originally from the Netherlands, too crowded for me but you can easily get everywhere on a bike.
Moved to Canada, Customer service is actually a real word, no longer being treated like a nuisance is very nice.

I still bike as much as possible, yet covering about 0.1% of the country instead of 33% with a 60km radius.
Real seasons, real nature, love it here.

Oh, that's nice. I'm currently living in the Netherlands for a few months. Really like the bike culture, more practical (and faster) than relying on public transportation all the time.

Anyway, I was in Canada last year and agree that customer service there is quite good. And their natural parks are incredible.



UK. Roots are English, Irish and Dutch (lived/worked in the Netherlands a long time).



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Flilix said:
Belgium.

We have beer, French fries, the smurfs, pedophiles, chocolate and Puigdemont.

You forgot that you also invented the waffels.

And, imho, you can keep Puigdemont all to yourselves.



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Brazil,the place were we get excited of Ferdinand being nominated for an Oscar of best animated feature because it was directed by a brazilian dude.



torok said:
SvennoJ said:
Originally from the Netherlands, too crowded for me but you can easily get everywhere on a bike.
Moved to Canada, Customer service is actually a real word, no longer being treated like a nuisance is very nice.

I still bike as much as possible, yet covering about 0.1% of the country instead of 33% with a 60km radius.
Real seasons, real nature, love it here.

Oh, that's nice. I'm currently living in the Netherlands for a few months. Really like the bike culture, more practical (and faster) than relying on public transportation all the time.

Anyway, I was in Canada last year and agree that customer service there is quite good. And their natural parks are incredible.

Just make sure you have enough locks for your bike :)


Here I don't bother locking my bike and never have trouble finding a spot to put it or find it again. Now where did I park today


But it was awesome I could easily cycle to the sea and along the beach. The ocean is quite far away from where I live currently.