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Title: whats your favorite culture other then your own :)
Post by: musicfan7079 on May 27, 2011, 07:21:20 am
I love scottish culture.

I think the kilts, accents, music, and food are awesome, though im never trying haggis

what about you, what cultures do you like?

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Post by: sarab on May 27, 2011, 07:36:13 am
I feel drawn to old cultures like that and Irish.  I don't know much about any of them really though.  Most Pagan cultures I feel more connected with than others.
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Post by: matchel on August 15, 2011, 05:04:46 pm
UNITED KINGDOM.
and France. And more. I love Europe, though I'm only 15, have 5 siblings, and am unemployed. Looks like I won't get the chance to go there for a while...
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Post by: OPENROAD on August 15, 2011, 09:16:01 pm
I love scottish culture.

I think the kilts, accents, music, and food are awesome, though im never trying haggis

what about you, what cultures do you like?



Haggis is really really nice,had it in Cardiff ,Wales very similar to the Irish dish white pudding, mainly eaten at breakfast as part of a full fry up.  :)
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Post by: Martin. on August 16, 2011, 07:01:00 am
Really interested in Japanese culture. Hope to one day visit there for a few weeks.
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Post by: Sini on November 13, 2011, 02:50:03 pm
Ancient Greece has always fascinated me. Also, I'm really into the UK, partly because of the language and the accent. France is amazing, too! Actually, I might say I find lots of cultures interesting. Maybe that's why I'm an Area and Cultural Studies major? :D
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Post by: beautydivine on November 13, 2011, 04:45:00 pm
Hands down the UK, France, and RUSSIA! I've had this obsession over the Russian culture, people,.. for quite some time. It's about time I venture off.
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Post by: Manny on December 04, 2011, 09:38:46 pm
UK! :) and Chinese
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Post by: Serentic on January 28, 2012, 10:09:22 am
Japanese, Thai and Tibetan cultures have always interested me. Although I like Spanish culture a lot as well. C:
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Post by: fizzybubblespop on January 28, 2012, 02:17:29 pm
Indigenous cultures in general are fascinating. While Europe, Asia, and Africa all had a certain amount of connection, and therefore some similar ideas, many Indigenous beliefs and philosophies seem to come from a completely different world. They can be difficult to grasp, but that's half the fun.  ;)
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Post by: barefootonbeaches on February 03, 2012, 07:28:16 pm
I'm really interested in the Korean culture right now! :) It's probably from the dramas I've watched, lol.
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Post by: fizzybubblespop on February 03, 2012, 08:02:17 pm
I'm really interested in the Korean culture right now! :) It's probably from the dramas I've watched, lol.

I've seen some too! Any you'd recommend?
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Post by: barefootonbeaches on February 10, 2012, 05:53:18 pm
Well, in total, I have watched Brilliant Legacy/Shining Inheritance (I TOTALLY recommend this one, it's sooooo good), Spring Waltz (this one is a little slow, but it's okay and I like the music), My Girlfriend is a Gumiho, and now I'm watching Famous Princesses. I mostly watch the ones with Lee Seung Gi in them, ahaha, because I'm a big fan of him!!  ;D ;D Oh, and I'm looking forward to watching "King 2 Hearts" when it premieres in March.

Which ones have you watched? Yay! I'm glad I found another Nessaholic who likes dramas! :)
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Post by: fizzybubblespop on February 10, 2012, 07:43:23 pm
Well, in total, I have watched Brilliant Legacy/Shining Inheritance (I TOTALLY recommend this one, it's sooooo good), Spring Waltz (this one is a little slow, but it's okay and I like the music), My Girlfriend is a Gumiho, and now I'm watching Famous Princesses. I mostly watch the ones with Lee Seung Gi in them, ahaha, because I'm a big fan of him!!  ;D ;D Oh, and I'm looking forward to watching "King 2 Hearts" when it premieres in March.

Which ones have you watched? Yay! I'm glad I found another Nessaholic who likes dramas! :)

Never seen any of those, but I'll make sure to check them out! I'm seen You're Beautiful, Mary Stayed Out All Night, and some of Cinderella's Sister... I feel like there's one more, but it's slipping my mind at at the moment. I really enjoyed You're Beautiful, but the writers of Mary Stayed Out All Night didn't do a good job. :-\ Loved the cast though!
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Post by: barefootonbeaches on February 14, 2012, 03:08:46 pm
Well, in total, I have watched Brilliant Legacy/Shining Inheritance (I TOTALLY recommend this one, it's sooooo good), Spring Waltz (this one is a little slow, but it's okay and I like the music), My Girlfriend is a Gumiho, and now I'm watching Famous Princesses. I mostly watch the ones with Lee Seung Gi in them, ahaha, because I'm a big fan of him!!  ;D ;D Oh, and I'm looking forward to watching "King 2 Hearts" when it premieres in March.

Which ones have you watched? Yay! I'm glad I found another Nessaholic who likes dramas! :)

Never seen any of those, but I'll make sure to check them out! I'm seen You're Beautiful, Mary Stayed Out All Night, and some of Cinderella's Sister... I feel like there's one more, but it's slipping my mind at at the moment. I really enjoyed You're Beautiful, but the writers of Mary Stayed Out All Night didn't do a good job. :-\ Loved the cast though!

Oh, I've heard "You're Beautiful" is really good. The DVDs are at my nearby library, I'll put that one next on my list!