Sarcastic. Ridiculous things would happen/have happened to me with wacky Irish people. I would be plagued by/attracted to someone like Sean. "He's like gum in your hair. It comes out. Eventually." She jumps up and down on top of a car shouting profanities.
Eh. You'd have to see it.
Same thing with Hildy.
Walter Burns: [ducking Hildy's throw and reaching for the ringing telephone] Oh, you're losing your arm! You used to be able to pitch better than that.
eNFJ 4w3 sx/so 468 tritype
EII-Fi subtype, Ethical/Empath, Delta/Beta
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Michael Wood retraces Alexander the Great's amazing journey from Greece to India, searching for the truth behind the legend and experiencing the tremendous scale of his achievements.
Using the ancient historians as his guides, Wood follows Alexander's journey as closely as possible, crossing deserts and rivers, from Turkey to war-torn Afghanistan. As the journey progresses, he recreates the drama of Alexander's epic marches and bloody battles. All along the way he finds proof of the survival of the legends surrounding Alexander, a leader whose life has excited the world's imagination for the 2,000 years.
He gets to talk to Persian peasants that tell him ancient legends whilst sawing off goat testicles for dinner hahaha, how awesome is that??
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