Friday, May 12, 2006

Oh Fuck

You Belong in Amsterdam

A little old fashioned, a little modern - you're the best of both worlds. And so is Amsterdam.
Whether you want to be a squatter graffiti artist or a great novelist, Amsterdam has all that you want in Europe (in one small city).

13 comments:

Martin said...

So how come I get London?

It's rubbish,frankly.

Reidski said...

And I get Dublin???? I fucking hate Dublin, it is a horrible place!! Had a great holiday in Cork and Kerry, went to a conference in Dundalk and thought it a nice place, but Dublin??? Fuckin hated the place on both occastions I have visited!

Unknown said...

I got Paris.

I could live with that.

wodge said...

I got Dublin too! It can't be that bad, surely?

griff said...

i was hoping for madrid but got milan.

Martin said...

I was hoping for Norkopping or Baden-Baden and got London despite 2 of my answers being "friendly" and "culture".

John said...

Wow, Reidski. Someone obviously took you to all the wrong places. I'll grant you Dublin isn't the greatest place to look at necessarily, but I really wouldn't want to work and live anywhere else. It's a fabulous place, and the people are just wonderful.

Lorcy said...

i got dublin too! I lived there for four years, it's ok but in danger of going up its own hole sometimes

Will said...

Me as well. Never been. Should I go?

hakmao said...

Me a Hamster-damner too - must be my anarchist past showing through, John.

John said...

Will, of course you should. Just don't fly Ryanair.

Hi Hak. I think it was my inordinate fondness of pancakes that did for me. Though quite why it didn't give me Manchester, which has a perfectly decent Dutch Pancake House in Peter's Square, is beyond me.

Bill said...

Igot Paris--which is what I'd have asked for anyway. It's obviously a highly accurate and scientific test. I also got this:

You Are 50% Boyish and 50% Girlish
You are pretty evenly split down the middle - a total eunuch.
Okay, kidding about the eunuch part. But you do get along with both sexes.
You reject traditional gender roles. However, you don't actively fight them.
You're just you. You don't try to be what people expect you to be.

John said...

And yet, Bill, you never disappoint! ;)