I once visited Argentina for three weeks. Without a doubt, these were some of the loveliest people I'd ever seen. At least as a 22-year-old.
So, at that time, if a woman smiled at a guy on the street in Buenos Aires, he took it as an invitation. An invitation. And followed her home. I found that out the hard way. I can still see him tapping his keys on the glass door of the apartment building were I was staying. He was really cute. It was really creepy.
There are a lot of people of Italian descent in Buenos Aires.
Raol Bova is Italian, really cute, and only partially wet in this very cool b/w.
Why do guys get the "wrong ideas?"
How can they know what we're thinking?
Encore! *Cent' anni (pronounced djen-dahn by most) is an Italian phrase that's used often to toast to someone's health. It means "one hundred years," and kinda means "hope you live to be a hundred." Or, depending on who you're toasting, it could mean "you're probably gonna live to be a hundred and outlive us all, you old coot."
Encore due! Raol's a cutie, but I don't think he does Italian as well as Nathan Kamp. Check out Nathan in the March blog: "On the Cusp of the Duke." Did I mention the 2-part ExtraView with Nathan Kamp is coming up May 9 and 16 on Romance: B(u)y the Book?
Encore tre! Check out my blog on CosmoChix and remember: CosmoChick Emma Holly's here to guestblog May 2!