What’s the map of in the background?
it’s a map of Westeros! Painted by me. It’s our beer pong table
whats the significance of being necked?
Every year our university holds a fundraiser for Free the Children. For students to get involved and have fun and sell calendars, they decided that groups would get naked photos for each month, because, who doesn’t want to see naked university students?
It’s really fun and everyone connects more, and it makes one hell of a conversation starter
stop telling me things i already know hahah
it rains maple syrup in canada right
yes and our tap water is also maple syrup, water only comes in bottles imported from the rest of the world
Fair enough. I’m assuming you’re bilingual?
yep 100%. i traveled a lot when i was a young. and every summer of my life for 2 months we’d go to France. So i guess i was technically raised in 2 countries my entire life. i’m really lucky and don’t take it for granted.
That’s interesting.. Where’d you grow up? I’m on the East Coast. And why’d you move? College i’m assuming? I’ve just been thinking about peacing out of this looneybin for a couple years or so after i finish school, and need a nice place to go haha
Pennsylvania, in the Lehigh Valley. I moved because my dad wanted us to move. He retired and wanted to live somewhere french (because what do you know, I’m also French, yes from France) so we moved to Quebec and I went to college, never technically graduated high school, I had to go back and get a GED. I highly recommend canadian living, but go out west, much more beautiful and more money is out there
nottherealfranco asked: How's Canada compare to your life in the US?
much better. way different that’s for sure. different mentality. people are more open and so polite (at least compared to where i grew up) and way more accepting. i had only a very small handful of close friends my whole life and i only speak to a small handful today. I’ve had and still have countless friends here and everywhere i go, i can see a friendly face. there’s no judgement.
i don’t know how to explain it really but my life changed for the better when i moved here. in elementary, middle, and high school it was really hard to be accepted. i only became ‘cool’ in high school when i started throwing parties. people are weird but maybe i see it differently now because i’ve grown up and moved on. i don’t see myself living in the US ever again
I thought it was fairly clever
It was clever, I should have know someone would try to do that
you think you’re all so funny
Thanks nottherealfranco for trying BUT
THIS ISN’T GAME OF THRONES
does that answer your question?