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Survivalistien February 2nd, 2019 12:35am

Does your family have some weird culture shock? For an example: My mother can make/bake the best Enchilada’s I’ve ever eaten, and I’ve been to Mexico before.

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jenkp223 Being a mommy
02/02/19 1:03 pm

My mom makes these amazing little egg rolls. She’s Italian. To be fair, she did get the recipe from a Japanese woman.

JamesAndersonMD La Jolla, CA
02/02/19 10:58 am

No, but enchiladas are delicious. My friend’s mother was Irish, and she made way better bun cha than my mom. Everything that woman made was amazing. 🤤

xxxceo Nationalist
02/02/19 4:57 am

My mom makes pretty good Korean food.
She’s Italian.

Survivalistien I am Green and Retired
02/02/19 7:46 am

Put our mothers together and we can have massive feast of Italian, Korean, and with my mother, Slavic, and Mexican even though we are not Spanish.

Domino3 Abolish the ATF
02/01/19 9:29 pm

No we are the whitest whites lmao

Survivalistien I am Green and Retired
02/01/19 11:09 pm

I hope you’re not the kinda that puts American cheese on pizza

Domino3 Abolish the ATF
02/02/19 9:11 am

Lmfao no American cheese is shit anyways. I’m not even sure it’s real cheese.

My mom is defiantly the type to buy hard shell taco shells, cook ground beef and post on Facebook that’s it’s Mexican night lol

Survivalistien I am Green and Retired
02/02/19 9:21 am

Lol. Romper has it that in Philadelphia, the FBI and ATF we’re investigating the entire city because it was beloved they were putting glue in their Philly cheesesteaks. It makes sense because the people of Philadelphia are whack. So in order to evade suspicion in a lab the top nuclear astrophysicists created American cheese. So it’s fake.

RussianThunder Russia and USA
02/01/19 6:37 pm

No but my whole life is culture shock.

Survivalistien I am Green and Retired
02/01/19 7:04 pm

>lives in America

RussianThunder Russia and USA
02/01/19 7:33 pm

Yeah.....see what I mean? Add onto that

>Taught English by a Scot
>S/E mute

Yeah, life is one big picnic. Lol

Praetorianus Fair enough.
02/01/19 5:49 pm

Throughout my childhood in Germany, we had a late breakfast we called a grand breakfast which included what we called a cheese Otto.
We had unknowingly reinvented the American Sunday brunch with a cheese omelet part of it.

Survivalistien I am Green and Retired
02/01/19 5:52 pm

Sounds good. Like the Italians and their Fritada’s.