Silent fooligan  

Berlinski 45F
188 posts
8/7/2005 10:11 pm

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm

Silent fooligan

If you are an asian woman living in Germany is pretty tough.
I'm here with a job and visa status...this means I'm pretty much standing by myself.

Although I am being an excellent regident/tax payer, narrow minded Duetsche volks think
I'm here for begging a visa status and european husband like refugee, that's a big prejudice.

I miss America lived 7years.
espacialy California, people are just friendly enough to hang out with on weekend,
I picked up my poor (hahaha) English and bunch of life long friend from saying "Hi!" at first,
and here I am in Germany with different situation that I'm not suppose to be friendly to make new friends.
I learned big difference of between the US and Germany
Response to <hi!> is 180 degree opposite from each..

US version >> hey wazup!
GER version>> ........was.. what.. what do you want from me?

I want nothing from you volks... I only said hi cause' I accidently sat on next you at bar...

some cool member tald me not to be so bitter, yes he's right.. but I'm turning to be twisted woman
can't stop it.... or maybe I just need long vacation to stay away from the country.


rm_ryou1000 48M
23 posts
8/9/2005 5:11 am

肉や野菜が嫌いだから、食生活に不安があって外国に住もうとは思わなかったし、そんな度胸もないし、孤独なくせにホームシックにかかりやすいタイプなので、外国に居る人を見ると感心します。
ヨーロッパでも他の国の人はどうなんですか?アメリカだと開拓地だから、たとえば荒野で出会った赤の他人が悪人なのか善人なのか、危害を加えられないか、早く判断しないといけないから、気軽に挨拶するのではないかな?
日本だと、道や電車で他人にぶつかっても、お互い無視してるでしょ。そんなこと外国でしたら、殺されるぞと心の中で怒鳴ることが多いですね。
今、ella fitzgerald のCDを聞いています。1960年のベルリンでのコンサート録音だそうです。
ちょっと退屈な曲が続くのですが、summertime だけ、気に入ってます。
体に気をつけてくださいね。


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