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How about you?
Apparently I should learn Swedish. Which is disturbing, because it suggests that I should move to Sweden. Or learn to quack.
You Should Learn Japanese:
You’re cutting edge, and you are ready to delve into wacky Japanese culture.
From Engrish to eating contests, you’re born to be a crazy gaijin. Saiko!
Ah So! Domo Arigato.
Be interesting learning a language where perhaps & interesting can also mean No.
You appreciate the finer things in life… wine, art, cheese, love affairs.
But do you start running when you hear someone apeaking German?
I should learn French too
Funny because that’s what I took in HS/freshman year of college.
It’s hard though.
French. How about the month of August off so I can start learning the language?
Most definitely not. I’m an American at heart and in reality. Why would anyone want to live in a country where, in recent decades, the intellectual sphere has been dominated by flakes like Derrida, Althusser, Baudrillard, Barthes, and Foucault?
When it comes to foreign languages, I took Russian. If some of you think French is hard…
I got told I should learn chinese, and that I’m a ‘natural entrepreneur’ . The first sounds interesting, but not enough to encourage me to do it. The second made me laugh until I fell out of my chair.
Japanese…I’m apparently cutting edge and crazy. Well the second part’s true anyway.
I should learn Spanish because apparently I’m into “career advancement and communication.” Huh. Should’ve thought of that before I learned Japanese, I guess.
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