You silly Italians with your love of English-language songs even though you have no idea what they mean! You crack me up. I love you. You make me warm inside, even as I chuckle sardonically each time I hear a DJ attempt to translate a song title - half the time, you dorks are wrong.
I'm in Vienna and hungover but it's Friday and I promised you (or mainly myself) to pop out an Old Man Antonio fix on this holiest of days so: OLD MAN ANTONIO: E, I'm going now. ME: Great. OLD MAN ANTONIO: I'm tired. I'm going straight to bed. ME: No partying tonight? OLD MAN ANTONIO:
OLD MAN ANTONIO: All men cheat on their wives. ME: Is that so. OLD MAN ANTONIO: Yes. In fact, there is only one woman a man will never cheat on. ME: Really. OLD MAN ANTONIO: Yes. A pumitrozzola. ME: A what now? OLD MAN ANTONIO: A pumitrozzola. It's a portmanteau. PU - puttana*- MI -
A few months ago, I was interviewed by Blog Expat for their Expat Interviews feature; a lovely time was had by all. Answering the questions made me reflect deeply on my years living abroad - how did I get here (Ryan Air)? What advice would I give other expats (stock up on Jell-O)? But the