to love, to like, and "voler bene"

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Re: to love, to like, and "voler bene"

Post by astaroth » Thu 04.23.2009 11:59 am

two_heads_talking wrote: And here I thought Italy was a very 'emotional' or 'romantic' country. I didn't realize there was a hesitancy to show affection there.
Oh yeah I know ... it's all British romanticism's fault :)
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Re: to love, to like, and "voler bene"

Post by AJBryant » Thu 04.23.2009 3:33 pm

astaroth wrote:
two_heads_talking wrote: And here I thought Italy was a very 'emotional' or 'romantic' country. I didn't realize there was a hesitancy to show affection there.
Oh yeah I know ... it's all British romanticism's fault :)

Bloody Byron!

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Re: to love, to like, and "voler bene"

Post by astaroth » Thu 04.23.2009 3:36 pm

AJBryant wrote: Bloody Byron!
Tell me about :)
Byron ... who even managed to die during the Greek Revolution without even going to the battle field ... probably I'm too harsh to the poet ... :?
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Re: to love, to like, and "voler bene"

Post by AJBryant » Thu 04.23.2009 4:44 pm

I know.

Heck of a monument he got out of it, though. :)

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