I feel so called out by this 😅
@spacekookie i dont get it D:
@transcaffeine people in Germany at least have a tendency to just speak English when they notice German isn't someone's first language.
@spacekookie hmmm. noticed that aswell. idk what i should think about that. kinda cool that almost everyone can speak a second language mostly solid (able to hold a conversation)
@carbontwelve thanks :)
No lies detected 😭😭😭
@spacekookie the spanish one is like the italian one, but SCREAMING A LOT
@spacekookie Yep, same in the Netherlands. When I lived in Holland my (rather feeble) attempts to learn at least a bit of Dutch were not at all helped by their habit, when I tried buying train tickets or the like, of just answering in perfect English.
@spacekookie Haha, me too. /o\
@spacekookie se english speechbubble in se last panel should be slightly broken
@spacekookie As A Brit living in Austria, can 110% confirm line 3 as a Thing.
@spacekookie Pretty much sums up my language experiences while traveling in Europe.
@spacekookie this is so interesting to me. I've had way more French speakers switch on me than German. Germans have been super helpful, patient, and excited I was trying to learn. They're basically the reason I'm learning it at all. The French one is spot on though!