Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Further to our discussion below...


this picture more or less illustrates what most people in North America think living in Europe is like.

And the breathing under water thing.



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10 comments:

Oliver said...

They think Europeans drink with their left hands?

Jon said...

Next thing I know you're going to tell me the guy in front is spending the summer eating deep-fried oreos at Midwest state fairs and power-washing his mom's house.

Rubbish! He's downing caviar on the Riviera. You can't fool me.

Mark Scott Abeln said...

Typical day for me. I hold my drink with my left hand, so I can greet and shake hands with my right.

Hilary Jane Margaret White said...

Jon,

oh, you know him then...

Nicholas Trandem said...

Gotta love the classic Wells "slightly befuddled" look... ;-)

berenike said...

Well, my life used to look pretty much like that :D

Paul Goings said...

Isn't this a photograph of people living in Europe? Quod erat, no?

DP said...

It certainly would be better place if it were like that.

Anywhere would be.

Martial Artist said...

I think I do recognize the two gentlemen in the photo (from photos on other blogs), but I may be wrong. If I am not incorrect, the gentleman in the foreground is Christopher (Chris) Wells of PiusBlog, and the gentleman on the right of the photo is Gregory DiPippo, a contributor to the blog New Liturgical Movement.

I don't recognize the young lady.

Pax et bonum,
Keith Töpfer

Anonymous said...

When I think of Europe, I think of a magical place where I can take my children on a bicycle without the helmet police coming and taking them away. Please don't wreck my illusion.