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#26 2018-11-05 20:09:10

glittersloth
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Re: The real Veganism thread.

MALsPa wrote:

The same sort of thing happens with whatever city you happen to be visiting (or living in).

Visiting and living-in often lead to very different experiences.

Me visiting:
Welcome. Come in. Care for a drink? Honey, come say hello to our guest.

Me moving in next door:
Another foreign heathen coming to take our jobs away. Stay away from our daughters, you gaijin dog!!

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#27 2018-11-05 20:51:19

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Re: The real Veganism thread.

I'm not sure about you living next door, but down the street would be ok. Then we could go out for a drink and a laugh big_smile


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#28 2018-11-06 03:04:49

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Re: The real Veganism thread.

That way he's only half-foreign.

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#29 2018-11-06 04:16:23

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Re: The real Veganism thread.

glittersloth wrote:

Visiting and living-in often lead to very different experiences.

Me visiting:
Welcome. Come in. Care for a drink? Honey, come say hello to our guest.

Me moving in next door:
Another foreign heathen coming to take our jobs away. Stay away from our daughters, you gaijin dog!!

i can confirm 100% and more.

example from finland:
everybody likes a foreigner.
they can polish their english skills and generally show that they are ... what's the word ... international.
but when that foreigner starts speaking finnish and just wants to be one of you, there isn't much acceptance.

also your own, personal experience is different: when you're exhilarated from holiday feeling (probably during spring/summer), visiting any place might be much nicer than when you start going to work there every day...

PS:
Finland used to be so poor that a lot of traditional food is vegetarian, even vegan. Do you like mämmi?

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