Arch Enemy said:What's your deal with "United Statesian"? I honestly don't know what I've done to make you consider me part of that little group. You make a lot of good points in your posts, some of your ideas I respect to the max, but calling someone United Statesian...even if they don't have a problem with Europeans, plus that particular person dislikes their government, just seems wrong.
I believe it's an attempt to mock someone just because they live somewhere else, where they couldn't pick where they wanted to live.
Spanish food and good wine - sounds heavenly to me.Arch Enemy said:Ms. Franklin, you're one of the most awkward characters I've seen on this forum, which is why we can do nothing but to adore your stabbing at us Americans. I wasn't as ticked off as it seemed, instead I was confused, I thought by calling us a "United Statesian" you were referring that person to the stereotypical American/ United StateS Resident (USSR ha!). My Birthday was a "blast", I spent most of the time sitting through my step-brothers College Orientation at UNC-A (University North Carolina at Asheville) beautiful place, but boring Orientation.
You forget my dear friend, people under the age of 21 aren't allowed to consume alcoholic beverages, even if they can die for their country. Amazingly, on the night before my birthday, in Asheville, we went to a nice Spanish restaurant where they allowed minors to have wine as long as it's "OK" by the parents. I'm not the person who'd meet up with some friends and get totally "****-Faced" just to set myself as an outgoing person. I do think that drinking ages are stupid, I mean if Europe hasn't killed their selves yet with all the minors drinking alcohol, why do we have to baby ourselves?
Seeing as it was my 16th Birthday, I did go and get my drivers license. Now I can drive my own ass to school and back, as long as I'm not intoxicated.. if I am intoxicated my dad will utterly kick my ass.