I asked Jeppe if when he was in high school the boys used to compare the size of their dicks and he told me “no they’d have said that’s gay”, and he kept on saying everything I was suggesting would’ve been considered gay.
I fantasised about being reborn into a teenage boy and bullying my classmates for not being “gay” enough, imagine the picture
i feel the same w/ french, emotional things and intense things are easier to say in french than english
italiawasteland answered to your post “strangely i feel more comfortable talking english than spanish, less…”
it’s the same for me. I’m less shy when I speak english, even if I can’t use all the language shades I can use when speaking italian
blackyearlings answered to your post “strangely i feel more comfortable talking english than spanish, less…”
i dont know much russian but i feel the most confident speaking it, as oppose to english or italian in which i fumble to form the words
despite speaking english the longest it feels unnatural in my mouth, spanish and italian are even worse, but i feel less silly talking about my emotions in italian than english
almost everything about english makes me feel tepid and ridiculous
fragile-flame answered to your post “strangely i feel more comfortable talking english than spanish, less…”
My first language is portuguese but I find it easier to express emotions using english, it flows. Portuguese makes my feelings very real.
this is very interesting, i’ve been thinking about it for a long time but it seems it affects everbody in a similar way
strangely i feel more comfortable talking english than spanish, less shy, to the point that it’s difficult for me to imagine being in a relationship with a spanish-speaking person. in english it’s easier for me to talk about feelings, but all my emotional outbursts are in spanish (in andalusian…).
what’s your relationship to languages?