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Re: anyone did not know that Hong Kong is not in Japan? =P

This happens all over the place. I am always getting mistaken for being from Britian rather than Ireland. Not that that is a problem for me but I still nevertheless have to put them right

2 months ago I received a letter in the post from the courts in Las Vegas. Apparently I was involved in a class action suit against Hertz rental cars and that I was entitled to $10 voucher. My address which they wrote on the letter was as follows:

Paul,
Bahnhofstr 111111,
4053 Basel,
Switzerland,
Sweden


Yes they actually wrote Switzerland, Sweden for my address. Now I am not sure if they didn't know where Switzerland was or what but that is pretty funny and dump IMO.
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Yes, part of it was (Alsace-Lorraine).

source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alsace-Lorraine
The whole North including Paris was defacto-part of Greater Germany between 1940 and 1944 ! Elsass-Lothringen was German from the times of Karl der Grosse (Charlemagne) until 1648, then became increasingly, step-by-step French and as a result of the French Revolution had to adopt French as official language. It was taken back by the Germans in 1871 but lost again in WW-I .

And here btw. a map of the Japanese Conquest in WW-II



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Re: anyone did not know that Hong Kong is not in Japan? =P

In Greece, I am fairly often asked if the sea in Switzerland freezes over in winter.

Oh, and then I heard about that guy in Hong Kong who didn't even know that Zurich is the capital of Switzerland.





P.S. The first sentence above is no joke.
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Re: anyone did not know that Hong Kong is not in Japan? =P

Harder fact:

Is Taiwan in China?

The answer is very close really.
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In Greece, I am fairly often asked if the sea in Switzerland freezes over in winter.

Oh, and then I heard about that guy in Hong Kong who didn't even know that Zurich is the capital of Switzerland.





P.S. The first sentence above is no joke.
Dude!

Bern is the capital of Sweden... erm Switzerland!
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When I tell Swiss people that I am from South Africa some typical reactions are: "but don't Africans speak French?", and / or: "but you're not black!?"
NO, "Swiss people" do not expect South Africans to speak French. By "Swiss people" I of course here refer to German speakers and Italian speakers. That the Romands believe so may be. But I even in their case believe it to be a misunderstanding. You have to say "République d'Afrique de Sud" and then it is clearer
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When I tell people I'm Portuguese they will ask either if I speak Spanish or Brazilian! Hello!? I do speak Spanish but not because I'm from Portugal!
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There are so many Spaniards and Portuguese here and the two countries are so exceedingly well known, that I do not believe this kind of "error", but strongly presume that it is some kind of lame humour ! Particularily if the combination "Spanish/Brazilian" is used.

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And an Austrian friend of mine often got "I didn't know they spoke German in Australia."
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and this here is a very very old joke. The Austrians anyway are the victims of the dullest jokes of the country. Humourous Austrians react with counterjokes, but "dry" ones get irritated
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dont worry, we Singaporeans get it all the time.

"oh you're from Singapore???? ni hao!!!! I love thai food!"

Another classic: "your English is superb for a Singaporean". Yes dimwit, because our main language is English.

Must.bite.my.tongue.
Well, reality is that the way many of your countrymen speak English is to English what Walliserisch is to German So, if somebody say "superb for a S..." it possibly is a compliment for your good style and accent. If you for instance hear a German saying to a German-speaking Swiss "your German is excellent for a Swiss" the meaning is not an insult or a joke but that the "receiver" speaks Standard German in a really proper way.
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Stranger 1: " so ouchboy, where are you from?"
Ouchboy: " Mexico"
Stranger 2: " Right on, I love tex-mex"
Ouchboy" ....."
But pleeeeaaase, take this remark as a COMPLIMENT ! Tex-Mex is good Mexican cuisine served in Texas, and with that Texan label also elsewhere. It has NOTHING to do with traditional Texan cuisine.
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Years ago, buying gas in Italy, the attendant sees my Ticino plate, and starts speaking to me in bad German. He was shocked to learn that parts of Switzerland are Italian speaking!

Another time in Italy, I was speaking with some Italians (and my Italian was really bad at that time), and one of them asked which part of Italy I was from. (I guess he/she, can't recall which, figured I was from one of the non-Italian speaking regions, as surely they couldn't think that Italian was my mother tongue!)

Tom

OK, here some info
- Süd-Tirol is German speaking and was Austrian until 1918
- Valle d'Aosta / Val d'Aoste is what remained of Savoie + speaks French
- many dialects of Sicilia and Calabria still contain Arabic words (La for No)
- many dialects of Apulia still contain Greek words
- two of the three city-dialects of Napoli still contain Spanish words as Spaniards ruled in Napoli for centuries
- Lombardian (including Ticinese) dialects still contain certain "veiled" elements of Spanish from the times when the Duke of Lombardia was Spanish

-- Corsican by the way is Genovese dialect
-- Nizza after having been taken over by N.III was made FR speaking
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- Süd-Tirol is German speaking and was Austrian until 1918
Wrong.

Not all of Alto-Adige is German speaking, there are also areas where the main language is Ladino! (similar to our Rumantsch)

Also, there a places in Trentino that were German speaking prior to that (Cles, for example)

A few years back, I met up with a friend from Texas in Ortisei. I took the highway to get there, nearly four hours, got there around 11AM. Just before showing up at his hotel, I stopped for gas. Asked the guy what language he spoke, 'Ladino' was the answer, but 'German' was OK, so that's what we spoke.

Met up with my friend, and took him on a ride to Cortina (and got into a two wheel slide along the way due to some dust on the roads, not fun, but didn't drop it). Got there, and asked the waiter which language he spoke (Italian this time). My friend, of course, only spoke English (and some Spanish), so I explained to him my conversation with the waiter. He asked 'but why ask someone in Italy what language they speak', and then I explained that in the past hour we had ridden through three different linguistic regions, and if we went much farther we'd hit a fourth (Friuli)!

Yes, my nephew (Vermonter) was shocked as well when we went on a ride in AltoAdige and stayed near Merano, and everything was in German (and the spaghetti sucked).

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-- Nizza after having been taken over by N.III was made FR speaking
And where are most Italian kings buried, and which language do they speak there now?

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There are so many Spaniards and Portuguese here and the two countries are so exceedingly well known, that I do not believe this kind of "error", but strongly presume that it is some kind of lame humour ! Particularily if the combination "Spanish/Brazilian" is used.
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Sadly neither of those are jokes. The first happens often all over the place. So nothing to do with Switzerland particularly. The Spanish & Brazilian are not asked at the same time. Usually I'll be asked one or the other.

It's nice that you are trying to defend these are humor. But it's just not the case. It's ignorance. Most of the time it's harmless.

We'll all made some gaffs, I'm sure. I didn't know Djibouti was a country and don't think I could find Zanzibar on a map.

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But pleeeeaaase, take this remark as a COMPLIMENT ! Tex-Mex is good Mexican cuisine served in Texas, and with that Texan label also elsewhere. It has NOTHING to do with traditional Texan cuisine.
Well, just like Hong Kong belongs to Japan, Texas belongs to Mexico.
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But pleeeeaaase, take this remark as a COMPLIMENT ! Tex-Mex is good Mexican cuisine served in Texas, and with that Texan label also elsewhere. It has NOTHING to do with traditional Texan cuisine.
No, that is not true.

REAL Tex-Mex is great, but it is TRUE Texas cuisine, with some Mexican influences.

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Another classic: "your English is superb for a Singaporean". Yes dimwit, because our main language is English.
Few years ago, I was at a party in London with my sister in law who is from Malaysia. One English chap said to her while looking totally awed, "wow, your english is really good!". She replied, looking totally awed "well thank you, so is yours!"
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Wrong.

Not all of Alto-Adige is German speaking, there are also areas where the main language is Ladino! (similar to our Rumantsch)

Also, there a places in Trentino that were German speaking prior to that (Cles, for example)

A few years back, I met up with a friend from Texas in Ortisei. I took the highway to get there, nearly four hours, got there around 11AM. Just before showing up at his hotel, I stopped for gas. Asked the guy what language he spoke, 'Ladino' was the answer, but 'German' was OK, so that's what we spoke.

Met up with my friend, and took him on a ride to Cortina (and got into a two wheel slide along the way due to some dust on the roads, not fun, but didn't drop it). Got there, and asked the waiter which language he spoke (Italian this time). My friend, of course, only spoke English (and some Spanish), so I explained to him my conversation with the waiter. He asked 'but why ask someone in Italy what language they speak', and then I explained that in the past hour we had ridden through three different linguistic regions, and if we went much farther we'd hit a fourth (Friuli)!

Yes, my nephew (Vermonter) was shocked as well when we went on a ride in AltoAdige and stayed near Merano, and everything was in German (and the spaghetti sucked).

Tom
I on purpose used the German name SüD-TIROL, as the Italians after taking it over, united the main bulk with Italian speaking already existing Alto Adige and some slices with the Trentino. The idea was to prevent secessionist ideas to erupt. Benito Mussolini went as far as to settle people from far-away areas into Süd-Tirol. Policemen generally are not from the region but from elsewhere. Italy tried to do the same with the Aosta-Valley, but to no avail.

Benito Mussolini, in WW-II, in order to retain Nizza, conquered the Côte d'Azur and was up to regain Savoie (origin of the ruling dynasty of the Kingdom of Savoie-Piemonte-Sardinia (which of course also included the Liguria-Region. No coincidence therefore that the strategic harbour of La Spezia belongs to Liguria and NOT to Toscana
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No, that is not true.

REAL Tex-Mex is great, but it is TRUE Texas cuisine, with some Mexican influences.

Tom

Tex-Mex is NOT Texas cuisine, absolutely not.

Aunt H. in Marshall would have become violent about your statement. According to her "thaat Tex-Mex thing" is 98% Mexican and 2% Texan, mostly decor. I in Texas enjoyed tradition Texan cuisine in her home and elsewhere and Tex-Mex in TexMex restaurants. It was completely different. The lady was a born Miss COX and so not Mexican of course ! But also my relatives in Houston and Austin who all liked Tex-Mex admitted that it was primarily Mexican with some minimal Texan influences and a lot of Texan decor. A good Mexican restaurant I went to in Atlanta was fully Mexican, not very different, only better (at least in my view)

Mexican cuisine has similarities rather with Cajun (South Louisiana -- New Orleans) cuisine, but also is NOT the same
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Tex-Mex is NOT Texas cuisine, absolutely not.

Aunt H. in Marshall would have become violent about your statement. According to her "thaat Tex-Mex thing" is 98% Mexican and 2% Texan, mostly decor. I in Texas enjoyed tradition Texan cuisine in her home and elsewhere and Tex-Mex in TexMex restaurants. It was completely different. The lady was a born Miss COX and so not Mexican of course ! But also my relatives in Houston and Austin who all liked Tex-Mex admitted that it was primarily Mexican with some minimal Texan influences and a lot of Texan decor. A good Mexican restaurant I went to in Atlanta was fully Mexican, not very different, only better (at least in my view)

Mexican cuisine has similarities rather with Cajun (South Louisiana -- New Orleans) cuisine, but also is NOT the same
tex.mex is definitely not 98% and 2%.

Fully mexican dishes like enchiladas, swiss enchiladas (yes we have one with that name that oddly enough do not exist here), mole, chiles en nogada, uzw are not in the menu of texmex.

It is very very different, as different as pizzas between the US and Italy, dare I say.


I'm not dissing texmex, in itself it's great, when you admire and recognize it as it's own individual style.
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tex.mex is definitely not 98% and 2%.

Fully mexican dishes like enchiladas, swiss enchiladas (yes we have one with that name that oddly enough do not exist here), mole, chiles en nogada, uzw are not in the menu of texmex.

It is very very different, as different as pizzas between the US and Italy, dare I say.


I'm not dissing texmex, in itself it's great, when you admire and recognize it as it's own individual style.
As I said, real Mexican cuisine in reality IS better But Tex-Mex is only 2% Texan cuisine wise. The other 98% possibly are not actually Mexican, but Cajun/Dominican/Haitian/Cuban . There is no coincidence that many Tex-Mex restaurants in Texas are labelled as TexMex-Cajun restaurants. But here we go again. REAL Cajun cuisine is better than TexMex. TexMex possibly is just a marketing waggon of Mexicans in Texas to sell their way to the Texans
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As I said, real Mexican cuisine in reality IS better But Tex-Mex is only 2% Texan cuisine wise. The other 98% possibly are not actually Mexican, but Cajun/Dominican/Haitian/Cuban . There is no coincidence that many Tex-Mex restaurants in Texas are labelled as TexMex-Cajun restaurants. But here we go again. REAL Cajun cuisine is better than TexMex. TexMex possibly is just a marketing waggon of Mexicans in Texas to sell their way to the Texans

I have the feeling we had this discussion before...

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