Photo: Petras Gagilas I can’t count how many times I’ve been called Russian, Polish, or Latvian. ” followed by a long sigh that’s supposed to prove they do know where it is. “It’s above Poland and below Latvia.” “Oh, Poland.” “No, I mean Lithuania is above Poland.” “Above Poland? Praising Communism and suggesting that being part of Russia was so much better for us is not going to make you our friend.
My absolute favorite was a remark by a hotel receptionist in Malaysia. Yes, we are small, but we are independent, with our own distinct traditions and our own language — one of the oldest living languages in Europe.
about Bea Arthur’s lifelong friendship with gay men—and the new center for homeless LGBT youth opening next year in her name—the magazine also talks about Arthur’s time on the classic NBC sitcom and how she didn’t always get along with her co-stars.
Betty was able to do it and it didn’t seem to affect her.
And he wasn't the only one swearing, as Jade Jones jokingly told her competitor, reality star Josie Gibson: 'You're going down b**ch'.
Channel 4 viewers instantly took to Twitter, with some expressing their disapproval, while others branded 36-year-old Olympian cyclist Bradley a 'legend'. On the show Britain’s greatest Olympian Sir Bradley met his match in comedian Mark Dolan.
He bravely decided to compete on The Jump on Sunday evening, despite suffering a leg injury just one day before.
But Sir Bradley Wiggins' determination was mildly overshadowed by his cheeky slip of the tongue - as he said 'piss' at half past seven before the watershed mark - forcing host Davina Mc Call to apologise.