My name’s not Wendy. It’s just a nickname. I’m Beatrice.
I'm curious: why people write to me if, when I answer to them, they suddenly disappear?
And why Italian can't be the new English? Using penpal would be very easier for me then.
Sono una persona talmente pigra che scriverei l'intera descrizione in italiano, evitando così di dover tradurre tutto quello che voglio dire.
Se solo la gente poi capisse...
But I have to write in English, of course.
I'd like to speak with someone from
• the US
• the UK
• in general from all European countries
But if you want to speak Italian (or English) with me, there's no problem, you can do it! No matter where are you from ✌🏼
I love speaking. In general 🙂
I'm not an expert. In anything.
But I want a "The expert" shirt, just like in the Instagram's "old" meme.
I don't know why, but I really want it.
No, now, seriously. I'm an expert in Italian, of course. You know, I'm a mothertongue... 🙂
I’m an expert in having a funny story to tell and then word it so badly that it’s not even funny anymore
Pineapple on pizza.
No, ok. I'm worried about a lot of things. Seriously A LOT. Like:
• Italian government
• Climate change
• Italian school system
• etcetera etcetera...
In the past I was obsessed with Harry Potter's books. Literally OBSESSED.
Now I like them, but not so much, not anymore.
I don't watch movies very often, I prefer TV series, especially if they are historical.
That Calico Jack was executed on 18 November 1720, the day after my birthday.
Lately I discovered that I love pirates ♡ Calico Jack is probably my favourite, and Anne Bonny too.
Italy is overrated.
But I still love it and I love being Italian ♡
Because Italy is not (just) what tourists think it is.
It's worse. Still amazing, but definitely not perfect.
"Welcome to Italy. The country where millions of tourists come every year to admire our wonders and where thousands and thousands of young people run abroad to have a chance to live dignity. Welcome to Italy, the country with landscapes and monuments among the most beautiful in the whole world, and the garbage and dirt thrown on the sides of the road. Welcome to Italy, the country where they say youth is burnt and spoiled, where they say young people don't want to do anything anymore, but in power on those armchairs remain the usual four old bitches.
Welcome to Italy."
- Benjamin Mascolo
(translated from Italian in the middle of the night. I know it's not perfect but I don't want to translate it again. Yeah. I'm super lazy.)
People: travel as much as you can.
Me: dude, I've like two euro and half a Winston. ✌🏼
No way. At least not without bidet.
Growing up in a house with a very big garden. I loved to play outside with my brothers and sisters.
《Non è meglio prima, né meglio di prima.》
I'll probably be dead.
I can't imagine myself becoming an old lazy lady, like, I live with constant anxiety so I've already imagined myself dying in probably 100 different ways so... yeah.
I'm not very optimistic.