I Eat My Pigeon

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I Eat My Pigeon
Serial expat blog from an American expat who has lived in Osaka, Japan, repatriated in New York, then Ireland and now lives in small town on Italy's west coast. Great fun, especially the Pigeon story!
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  • Eau du Thief 2 weeks ago Don’t quote me on this because I have no idea what the hell I’m talking about, but there was this study somewhere, at some time, done by some psychologists. Basically, these psychologists set up two rooms – Candy Shop A, and Candy Shop B. Both Candy Shop A and Candy Shop B were virtually...
  • Eat Me 2 weeks ago After six years of teaching English to Italians – themselves, byproducts of their culture; themselves, an intriguing blend of impatience and laziness – I have come to the succinct understanding that only 2% of their grammar questions are serious. What’s the different to the past simple and...
  • The Day the Earth Stood Still 2 weeks ago In the days since the election, reading my Facebook feed has become a lurid exercise, like picking the edges of a scab. Admittedly, reading Facebook posts and op-ed pieces might not be the best way to come to terms with what happened, but I simply can’t help myself; I’m an American expat who...
  • The Living. The Dead. The Return. 2 weeks ago It took them six years to find me but by golly, they sure did find me. “Can the Dead REALLY come back to life?” asks this flier, dropped lovingly into my mailbox by the Italian Christian Right. Or, rather, I assume it was from the Italian Christian Right, as I didn’t actually read the thing....
  • You Know You're Assimilating to Italian Life When... 4 years ago … you find yourself sympathizing with strikers.

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Website Reviews » There are 7 reviews on I Eat My Pigeon

Katja_DLaM
17:31 PM October 03, 2012

Pigeon-eater Liv never fails to entertain. Whether it's tales of Old Man Antonio and his craziness, or pointing out those uniquely Italian moments that make me nod my head in recognition, her blog posts are always top value and beautifully-written.

EMC
17:58 PM October 03, 2012

Love the blog yo'. EMCx

DG
13:31 PM October 10, 2012

Big fan. Top notch writing. Really a hammer of the written word.

Anne
13:45 PM October 10, 2012

Really love seeing the world through your words and photos. Always entertaining. Congrats.

Ginger
15:28 PM October 10, 2012

A new post by Liv is always a special treat. She makes the world around her come alive, invoking the most vivid of images and characters. She is also skilled at making the reader feel what she is feeling and think what she is thinking -- she gets into our heads by making us get into hers. In sum, this is the best expat blog on the web!

Annam
16:03 PM October 10, 2012

great visual experience to read your incredibly interesting articles. Makes the reader really travel to the place in question and entertain himself with the stories described. Great writing qualities that make the reader wanting to travel more! Love it!!!

Señor Albondiga
00:20 AM October 12, 2012

Liv's writing comes from the heart - and her keen, quirky, vibrant insights make foreign lands seem not so foreign, and her own expat tales a howl to read. A true gem of the Internet!!!

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