Psychicpoptarts wrote:Because my dad was in the military, I was born in Japan. I lived there the first 7 years of my life. When my family moved back to the United States, I was completed frazzled. I did not like it here. Japan from what I remembered was SO peaceful, and the people who live there are the nicest people I've ever encountered. I found it somewhat shocking how NOT peaceful it was here. Now that I'm much older the only thing that I really wonder is why does Americans use spoons, forks or sporks to eat soup? I find chopsticks to be much easier and effective! lol Or maybe it's just me...?
AlainaTwilight wrote: My dad is ex-military. (he got injured durring the Gulf War in 91 and was discharged) So I was born in Britian (dad was stationed there from 1988-1995), and lived there for the first 5 years i was alive (we had to move after my dad was discharged, and my mom finally got US Citizenship). Yea...I have a mild accent, my mom is from Britian but my accent isn't as strong as hers (you really only hear it on certian words), and I have dual citizenship. I've grown used to living in the US, since I've spent 12 years here. I like both countries, but I prefer London to Portland.
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