m!belarus

1p: Who are you?
  • <p> <b>2p America:</b> I'm you, but vegan.<p/><b>2p Canada:</b> I'm you, but emo.<p/><b>2p England:</b> I'm you, but I can cook.<p/><b>2p France:</b> I'm you, but smoking.<p/><b>2p Russia:</b> I'm you, but a hard worker.<p/><b>2p China:</b> I'm you, but high.<p/><b>2p Japan:</b> I'm you, but more perverted.<p/><b>2p Veneziano:</b> I'm you, but violent.<p/><b>2p Romano:</b> I'm you, but fashionable.<p/><b>2p Germany:</b> I'm you, but drunk.<p/><b>2p Prussia:</b> I'm you, but scarred.<p/><b>2p Spain:</b> I'm you, but sleepy.<p/><b>2p Hungary:</b> I'm you, but bitchy. [2p Austria interrupted. She was gonna say prettier.]<p/><b>2p Austria:</b> I'm you, but with a better taste in music.<p/><b>2p Switzerland:</b> I'm you, but sweeter.<p/><b>2p Liechtenstein:</b> I'm you, but stronger.<p/><b>2p Belarus:</b> I'm you, but nicer.<p/><b>2p Ukraine:</b> I'm you, but promiscuous.<p/><b>2p Lithuania:</b> I'm you, but determined.<p/><b>2p Latvia:</b> I'm you, but a fuckboy.<p/><b>2p Estonia:</b> I'm you, but smarter.<p/><b>2p Finland:</b> I'm you, but brave.<p/><b>2p Sweden:</b> I'm you, but emotional.<p/><b>2p Denmark:</b> I'm you, but dedicated to my work.<p/><b>2p Norway:</b> I'm you, but bad at magic.<p/><b>2p Iceland:</b> I'm you, but on fire.<p/><b>2p Sealand:</b> I'm you, but a prankster.<p/><b>2p Ladonia:</b> I'm you, but I love my family.<p/><b>2p Molossia:</b> I'm you, but indefinitely embarrassed.<p/><b>2p Romania:</b> I'm you, but sparkling.<p/><b>2p Netherlands:</b> I'm you, but less greedy.<p/><b>2p Belgium:</b> I'm you, but gayer.<p/><b>2p Kugelmugel:</b> I'm you, but less artistic.<p/><b>2p Seychelles:</b> I'm you, but flirty.<p/><b>2p Seborga:</b> I'm you, but obviously gay.<p/><b>2p Monaco:</b> I'm you, but better.<p/></p>

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Im from Los Angeles. Well, not really, I’m actually from
Belarus— then moved to Poland, then moved to the States.
But I’m American. Bet you couldn’t even tell I wasn’t born
here, huh?”

Sometimes when they’re very, very drunk, their accent slips
through a bit. They’re often good at hiding that harsh clip of
an R, the firm L. It’s only obvious to those who are trained to
listen for it; otherwise it blends in well with their monotonous
tone of voice.

“What about you? Where are you from?”