Monday, March 20, 2006

My Life with bad English: Episode 3

My Life with bad English: Episode 3


  • Other cultures are other worlds to me as well. Fantasies. I'm beginning to think I was born in the wrong country, though I was born here in the states.

    Luckily, I have the great fortune to be able to visit other countries, and I hope to continue to visit new places.

    Someday, I hope to be speak an additional language to English.

    By Blogger Dooser, at 3/28/2006 3:46 PM  

  • You always say so much in your videos. I really loved hearing about your childhood. I wish I'd had a group of friends like that growing up.

    By Blogger Killer B, at 5/17/2006 3:13 PM  

  • Your passion and insight is truly inspiring. Thanks!


    P.S. Love the dimple! (Yes, I'm a total flirt)

    By Blogger Leigh, at 5/25/2006 2:20 AM  

  • Me, I'm from Bulgaria and I also always felt as if I never belonged there. I was too polite, too open-minded for our little warm country. But when we moved to Canada, I realised that people here are so different. They put barriers so high, you feel like you can never climb them, and any friendship is lacking something...the closeness typical for our eastern-europe countries. I'll always miss that.
    Thank you for the wonderful blog.

    By Blogger Nadeto, at 5/26/2006 1:10 PM  

  • i liked hearing about your childhood. inspiring story.


    By Blogger hani, at 5/28/2006 8:03 AM  

  • You seem like a really good-natured sort of person, and I really enjoy your blogs. Glad that you're going to keep blogging.

    I hope you'll find a friend you can connect with in the US the same way you were able to when you were young and in Russia. Wish I'd had a childhood like yours too.

    And I think your English is really quite good. :)

    By Blogger esther, at 5/29/2006 8:53 AM  

  • I just found your blog and have watched the first 3 episodes. I find it hard to believe that you're NOT from the US! Your English is amazing.

    I know you hear it a lot, but your stories are touching, inspiring, and definitely addictive!

    I see that your most recent post mentions that it might be your last, and I can only hope that it won't be.

    I can't wait to catch up on the episodes and get up-to-date!

    By Blogger mollythemobster, at 6/01/2006 1:57 AM  

  • The friendships we form in our childhoods are always the strongest. I am not really sure why that is. Perhaps it is because children do not hold back their emotions like adults do. To this day, my greatest friends are the people I have known since my childhood. We have grown up to be quite different....but be have that bond that keeps us together.

    I really enjoyed your blog. I'm glad you are going to continue it after your class ends.

    By Blogger Netter, at 6/01/2006 5:32 PM  

  • Your Childhood story is so inspiring.....i love it!!!

    By Blogger Emefa, at 6/02/2006 6:47 AM  

  • Andrei,

    I really enjoy your blog. It is very interesting and insightful. I know what you mean when you say "I was born in the wrong country." I feel I was born in the right country, but the wrong city. Sometimes we have to find a place to belong. By the way, your English is very good. And I'm sure the ladies like your "accent".

    By Blogger Peter, at 6/03/2006 8:17 PM  

  • jajajaja the pixel come back...
    oh my god is the threat of pixel
    conxesufucking (is my word xD)
    werever i'm glad to see your videoblogging xD is so nice the way that you speak about the united states is notes that you feel big love for that country.

    That you talk about your mom and how she make you take of the magazines of the wall is so cute you're so sweet in incredible you are nice ^^

    I can notes that you miss your family and it's very good that you're a person for that reazon you have felling in that make you be so much emotional and compresive ^^

    See you i continue post you in all your videos ^^

    see you and take care add me


    By Blogger >>ღ♥¡¡¡Súper Waxona!!!♥ღ, at 6/03/2006 11:29 PM  

  • Andre,

    I'm from India and I had the good fortune of living in Moscow (then USSR) for 2 years in 1986-87. I felt then, the way you do now - two different worlds... but it was such an eye-opener for me! I loved it despite language bariers and had some terrific experiences there myself... but yes, I understand why everyone looks westwards! I have just seen all of your blogs and loved them all...

    By Blogger shago, at 6/05/2006 11:58 PM  

  • wooooooooooo experience of life of other people wooooooooow rulz xD


    By Blogger >>ღ♥¡¡¡Súper Waxona!!!♥ღ, at 6/15/2006 1:14 AM  

  • i think you are kinda wrong saying that you were born in a wrong country.i mean,it can't really be that several generations were born in wrong place(let's face it,living in US is a cristal dream of a blue childhood of almost anyone born after OTTEPEL').the country is just fundamentally f-ed up...

    as for friendship...ever since capitalism was artificially implanted NA PROSTORAH NASHEJ NEOBJATNOJ RODINY alot changed in human relationships.not that i know the difference-my parents told me

    chao...see u in 5 min

    ps.i confess i skipped several posts of yours-i am a horrible person.i'll try to catch up long should one terrorize u for u to start posting again,i wonder?giving u a deadline(like the 4-th of july:))) has proven to be very effective ;-)

    By Blogger leny, at 6/27/2006 9:59 PM  

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