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post #166 of 176 (permalink) Old 05-13-2004, 12:44 AM
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No way!!! holy crap that's bad

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post #167 of 176 (permalink) Old 05-13-2004, 12:52 AM Thread Starter
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LMFAO I couldn't make it up if I tried!!! From one of the rich parts too no less. they showed the house on TV The other girl is from Weymouth

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pffff, Italian my ass they come from the US, not a good italian anyways I bet they couldn't even string together a proper Italian sentence without that ugly accent

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LOL I was j/k they just both have extremely obvious long Italian names ending in a vowel

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Naldo, are you fluent in Italian?
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I'm curious about that too.

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No I'm not I used to be when I was a kid, but lost a lot of it. I can understand a lot of what people say, but to speak it no I make to many mistakes and don't know all the words by hand so i stumble a lot. More fluent in french though

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No I'm not I used to be when I was a kid, but lost a lot of it. I can understand a lot of what people say, but to speak it no I make to many mistakes and don't know all the words by hand so i stumble a lot. More fluent in french though
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Actually, its the other way around for me I'm not too fond of French, especially because we are taught the Quebec slang version of french

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well I agree, French is superior

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French is a sexy language.

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