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Feel free to ask whatever questions you like 🙂

Not sure where to start? Here are a few fast facts about me:

  • I've lived in six states and am currently living abroad for the second time in my life
  • I'm a PhD student who studies queer guys
  • I started a pride festival in my Oklahoma town just last year
  • In addition to this podcast, I have a blog about the Eurovision Song Contest
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37 minutes ago, André said:

Feel free to ask whatever questions you like 🙂

Not sure where to start? Here are a few fast facts about me:

  • I've lived in six states and am currently living abroad for the second time in my life
  • I'm a PhD student who studies queer guys
  • I started a pride festival in my Oklahoma town just last year
  • In addition to this podcast, I have a blog about the Eurovision Song Contest

I probably already knew, but had forgotten that you lived abroad before now. Where was the first time?

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Speak is a loose term....I have studied and vaguely understand French, Danish, and Norwegian (French is still, by far, my best language). Also studied SerboCroatian, though I mostly only remember Cyrillic and random words and phrases, haha

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1 minute ago, André said:

Бруц ци ми друг! Бидим говорити без тебе.

That should translate to "Bruce, you are my friend! I love talking with you."

That's impressive 🙂

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1 minute ago, André said:

Assuming I didn't say something wrong, haha

I mean, it's not like I'd be able to correct you lol.

I studied Arabic for 2 years in college but unfortunately don't remember much. 

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hehehehe - this is why these hangouts are more fun with listeners. They can correct us! Hahaha and share their own minute language knowledge. who knows, maybe one of our folks speaks five words of Irish or Hmong.

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