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| No_ _ | Female | Albanian | INFJ |
| Përshëndetje! I'm No_ _, a random Albanian-American girl. No, I don't hate Serbs. Get over the past already. I just hate what they did to my people in Kosovo. That's all, but life goes on. (No, This doesn't mean that I don't care about Kosovo because I do. I truly do, but the past is the past and it's better to leave it that way instead of having another mass killing occur again. Am I saying all Serb are war criminals, murders, etc.? No, every country has their good and bad.) I have no hate in my heart for the Serbian people; honestly, I think their country is really interesting. Their history, culture, language, etc. are really fun to study. I'm very much into anime, manga, fashion, music, art, football/soccer, politics, and history. (I really love Hetalia, Yugotalia, and Yuri on Ice!) Aaaaaand I also love watching Stupcat when I can! Though I am a huge football fan, I'm more serious in politics and history. They matter. You could call me the stereotypical European, but I'm just me. But of course, I am European and Albanian. I am very patriotic about my country and I respect all my neighbors, despite the many wars we've been through. Other than being involved in the sports, political, fashion, etc. world, I am also involved in translating. I currently work for Google Translate and am active on Lyricstranslate.com. Also, please do not argue with me; I'm not here to see who can outsmart the other or argue about territory with my neighbors. Though I am not afraid to voice my opinion, realize my opinion will be different from yours, but I respect that. Just because we don't have the same opinion doesn't mean we can't get along. We all have different views and no one can change that. If you ever want to chat, just ring up on my comments or notes and I'll give you a reply as soon as possible. I reply pretty quick. I own a roleplaying account for Serbia, believe it or not, but I'll give you the username when I know you better and that is, if you ever want to contact me there.
Salutations! This is one of my cinnamon rolls: I love her lots and if you HURT HER, YOU'RE DEAD!! She's one of those people who makes my world up and she's my Montenegró/Šćepan Petrović~! XD Min enda Flätä…Jag älskar dig.
By the way, I am not a Nazi/Neo-Nazi. (I'm a conservative. I believe in the theory of socialism, but I don't believe in the execution. I tend to believe in both sides of the govermental "spectrum" which are the left and right ideologies of politics, but I lean more on the right. Though yes, I am a nationalist.) I simply love the design and tailoring of the uniforms of the Nazi Party. I am not a supporter of the Nazi Party, though I do enjoy watching World War II movies. I repeat, I am not a Nazi/Neo-Nazi. But geez, you people make it seem like it was for a bad cause or it's a bad thing to be called a Nazi. Nazi actually means 'Nationalist' and that's what they were exactly; they were trying to rebuild Germany because it was in a corrupt state at that time. Seriously, get over yourselves and stop being triggered by everything. And another thing, stop calling everyone who seems evil to you, "Hitler." Stalin did worse and if you don't believe that, you need a history lesson. I know about 6 million Jews dying and the ghettos that the Jews lived in and all that, but anyways, learn the meaning of something and go in depth about it before you turn into a social justice warrior that is triggered by everything. No, I'm not saying social justice is a bad thing in general, I'm just saying that social justice warriors are not focusing on problems that need to be focused on and they need to be more open to other opinions and take those opinions into consideration. And yes, what Nazis did were bad. I hate what they did to the Jess and other peoples they thought were "undesirable." I hope that history never repeats itself again. To be honest, I can't even call radical feminists Nazis because Nazis actually got things done. Calling radical feminists, 'feminazis' is offensive to Nazis. (It's a joke, don't get triggered. Jesus Christ, bre.) Don't hate on men, cis-genders, and straight people. Without those people, I being one who is biromantic wouldn't be able to marry another female if I wanted to. The west is the most approving side of the globe. Please understand that. I'm not a feminist. Though I support equality for both sexes, I am not a feminist because feminism was not what it was before. During the second wave, feminism was great but now in the third wave, it's gone too far. For religion, I am not religious. I believe in God, but I don't believe in Jesus being God, etc. I am partially atheist and partially creationist. I am unsure which is the best way to go since I am unsure if a god truly exists, but yet, many times this is disproved by the development of our species. And by the stamp that says "Stop making up random sexualities/genders", what I mean by that is obviously to just stop. Yeah, I know. People aren't going to stop just because I want them to stop, but whatever. Their choice, not mine. I'm not judging. Just biology and science will be. And being honest here, doctors are never wrong. They don't assign gender; they just tell the parents what gender their child is. That's their job! It's not like they can say to a boy that he's going to be a girl just because they (the doctors) says so.
Learning languages helps me get rid of my boredom
I'm native to my mother tongue, Albanian. I'm told I have an accent when speaking English, but I just don't see it and my family doesn't either. Maybe because we're both used to my voice. I know both the Gheg and Tosk dialect, but I am native to the Gheg dialect. Yeah, bre. I'm a katunare/country girl. English was my second language, but bre, understand that British and American English are really different from each other. I was taught American English, though. I only know British English because I need it to communicate with some of my family who currently reside in Britain and they weren't taught the American dialect. I still need to get used to some British terms and that's why I'm intermediate. I am currently studying German. I have studied Italian and Spanish before and I can understand both quite well, but I have a bit of a hard time replying in both languages. I am good at Latin, if I do say so myself. Sometimes I go and study other Romance languages such as French and Portuguese. They're both a tad similar in pronounciations, but it's still a tad confusing, though I am getting the hang of it. At times, I love studying my neighbors' languages. I am from northern Albania (Gheg) and the village I am from is closest to both Montenegró and Kosovo which is how I get some experience. I'm not saying Kosovo is Serbia or Albania (I recognize Kosovo's independence, but I respect those who don't. Just please, don't argue with me about Kosovo. I am not a governmental official, but if you do recognize Kosovo or don't, that's fine; I'm allowed to have my opinion and you're allowed to have your's. I believe we Albanians and Serb both have a part in Kosovo because of the history we both have with it, but I'm not claiming it to my country's territory or my neighbor's. If you believe the opposite, that's fine. I won't hate or judge you for your opinion. I'm not one to hate; hate is too strong of a word to use. I'm not here to argue on any political altercations my country faces and the ones that my country has with other countries. I don't want to fight over Kosovo. Respect my opinion and I'll respect your's. Done deal.) , but there are a lot of Serb in Kosovo and I have visited Kosovo a lot of times and get exposed to the Serb there, so it's pretty cool. I find the Serb side really interesting, though I am a huge supporter of Kosovo's Albanian side. I can't exactly say the same for Croatian since I believe I have never actually been to Croatia, though I have heard about the amazing and beautiful beaches. In all the languages that I know, I'm good at sarcasm. It's just something I use now and then. And finally, I can read music; I play the flute and piano and it's obviously necessary to learn the notes and all that glorious, musical stuff to play. To be honest, I'm not really good at Polish, but I'm currently studying it by myself. Ahahaha, same with Hungarian. I really want to learn Hungarian to talk to a friend of mine in his native language. And Russian…oh boy, Russian…My father studied it for 8 years during his school years which was during communism, but it's fading since he never had a time to use it…I'm pretty good in Russian I guess; I know their Cyrillic and can read and write in it, but I can also sing in Russian. I currently know three songs in Russian. Also, I can understand it really well, but I can't really speak a lot, just basic things. Same with Bulgarian; I know some random words, but I can talk some. I know greetings and good-byes, etc. Cyrillic, in general, is really so fun to write in. That is, if you know your symbols and what they mean. Like for example, people get so confused with V's symbol being a B, haha!