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England — So Close to The Continent

” How embarrassing is that? Sometimes I wonder whether to pretend to be American when traveling abroad.”

Toni Hargis

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Good Grief … really? I get why you might want to pretend that you are not English in certain circumstances … but American? When you have the opportunity to pretend to be Canadian?

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