What screams: “I’m from Europe” the most?

What screams: “I’m from Europe” the most?

What do you think?

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  1. That distinct feeling of dread/admiration/frustration/love you have for your parents. They may have been emotionally constipated (especially if they were raised in the 70s) bit by god do we still get that tingle after we move out

    Edit: typo

  2. I feel like I can answer this with confidence due to my job and location. My town is a huge military town, we have the navy and NATO so we have lots of people coming from other states ,countries etc.

    I am a hairstylist. I do not like to generalize and I do not discriminate in any way. But oh my god, the European women will ALWAYS COMPLAIN ABOUT THEIR HAIR. they will be mean over the phone to the underpaid front desk girls, they will ask for every service, they will complain about every service, and they rarely want to pay. It’s insane! Every time we see a slightly “European” name on the appointment book we all kind of hold our breath due to the fact that this has literally happened every single time.

    I’m really not sure what it is, I’ve talked to other stylists in the area at different salons and they all say the same thing. Who knows! I’ll still do my job and serve them because it’s what I went to school for, but it’s a very strange trend that I’ve seen and it’s really the only one that sticks out after living here my whole life.

  3. Form fitting clothes, well quaffed hair, those white and black cross trainer shoes, a fetish for NYC…I don’t know how to describe it exactly. There’s just a look.

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