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Discussion in 'International Member Clubs' started by Lupo, Dec 2, 2015.
Greetings....well I'm 3/4's Italian, 1/4 Scottish. Not easy being me. LOL!
representing la famiglia from a frazione di Gattinara
Oh good! Finally some new Italians are surfacing!
Credo di dover dire "ciao" qui! Anche se vedo poco movimento.
Well, here I am
Ciao, decisamente poco movimento qui! Ma ben venuto!
Potremmo scrivere quel cazzo che ci pare qui e nessuno se ne accorgerebbe!
Antani! Sblinda! Tapioca! Supercazzola!
100% Italian heritage, here - Dad was born in the homeland (Pofi), Mom born in the US.
Wish I knew the language, but my parents never really taught us kids.
Pretty sure that was by design - so they had a way to talk about things they didn't want the kids to know about.
I had missed this one. RadioFM74 reporting in from Milano. Ciao ragazzi!
Well I don't have 100% italian heritage.... doh! just blew my cover
Well I'm sure you know lots of italian words like pizza and mozzarella... also vibrato, staccato, legato we could start a guitar related conversation course ha!
Non è mai tardi per imparare... è quello che mi dico a proposito della chitarra ogni giorno
YOU: Ciao, io suono la chitarra.
MONICA BELLUCCI: Dio mio, un Telecaster? Prendimi, subito.
[ musica di Morricone, ecc. ]
Good news! Finally more than 1 post every 2y
At least we are reconnecting the "trangolo industriale" today
Anyhow, to me, "pizza" and "mozzarella" are not enought to be accepted. You need to know the word "pesto" too
Welcome on-board everybody! Italians, half Italians, "I wish I coudl be Italian", and supporters
Can "Once upon a time in the west" fit well?
No Telly, sorry
My Grandma is from Monterosso Calabro, but she doesn't play Tele.
Well... I just wanted to say Antani. Again.
Benvenuto! Andante cantabile.
No, I don't speak Italian. Sorry guys...I know music related words only...great sounding language.
we should do the italian tdpri jam sooner or later
My last name is Italian, but I'm mostly English. Does that count? Apparently I have family near Lucca.
I was born in Ancona, Italy, raised in Argentina from the age of 1 1/2, what does that make me? (I'm all American now. Been here since the seventies, my whole family are born in the US)