For Those With Loyalty to a Country Not Their Own:

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Mankoi the Phoenix Guy
Personally, I am an American Anglophile. I've always had a fascination and love for Britain in general, England in particular, though I'm not sure why. Still, my love for England continues to this day, and visiting has only reinforced that.

Anyone else out there, who'd rather be somewhere else?
If there's nothing wrong with me, maybe there's something wrong with the universe.
In Riastrad
American. Wish to move to England. No point in America.
My name is Cu Chulainn.
Beside the raging sea I am left to moan.
Sorrow I am, for I brought down my only son.

Sweden sounds like a nice place, if mythologized by Social Studies. Wouldn't mind being over there.
Oh My
I do not have a loyalty to any country but the one in which I am currently living. The United States. I do however have a great love for the nation of Japan. Flaws and all. In fact the flaws just strengthen my love for it. I am not loyal to Japan however. I am beginning to gain such a love for Thailand. I do not feel loyal to it though. I do feel very comfortable in the Thai Buddhist temple going community near me though. The wat is my home and those people are my family. I feel a sort of loyalty to the wat and the people who regularly go, but not the nation from which they originate.
If someone wants to accuse us of eating coconut shells, then that's their business. We know what we're doing. - Achaan Chah
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Michal Potato
I have turned into an American citizen after being brought over by my polish family but I really love Poland and Denmark. If I could read and write Polish and Bok Mal with proficiency; I would move back in a heartbeat.
Librarian. Druid, has miners as Ancestors.
Britain is cool.
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9 MadassAlex25th Apr 2011 07:31:38 AM from the Middle Ages.
I am vexed!
I am an Australian that doesn't much like what Australia is about.

But I like the idea of going to Austria or Germany because those guys seem to have some cool stuff going on and that's where the blood is.
honest narcissist
I have little patriotism for the countries of which I am actually a citizen but I am fascinated by all things Swedish. And Russian. It has absolutely nothing to do with my obsession with Stalin and the Romanovs or the awesome fiction Sweden has been generating recently.
I like my coffee black just like my metal.
11 JewelMaiden10th May 2011 07:37:27 PM from Wherever the tea is.
Live forever, American Anglophiles!

I should have been British. There is a good deal of Irish and English in my ancestry * so at least I've got something to fall back on.

British television PW Ns that of the U.S. So do British guys. And British music.

And would you believe how difficult it is to find Doctor Who devotees here in Eagleland — even since the New Series Revival? Jeez.
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In Riastrad
[up]This post = my daily inner ramblings.

That and something about tea. Like how there's FUCKING NONE OF IT IN AMERICA.
My name is Cu Chulainn.
Beside the raging sea I am left to moan.
Sorrow I am, for I brought down my only son.

Panama is great, as you know english to complement your education. I love Japan since my exchange experience there.
It doesn't matter how well you polish the underside of the banister- Randy Pausch
I'm english but REALLY want to live in America preffibly the south with all that sun.
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15 Jimmmyman105th Jan 2012 02:53:06 PM from polan , Relationship Status: Armed with the Power of Love
cannot into space
[up] It's nice here. Very nice.

-goes back to the beach-
Go play Kentucky Route Zero. Now.
16 wuggles6th Jan 2012 05:08:13 PM from Miami, FL , Relationship Status: With my statistically significant other
Well, if you take this literally I'm this. I'm a Canadian citizen who is a permanent resident in America.
I have no allegiance to any nation period, the only alliances I have are too what I feel is right.
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18 Joesolo12th Jan 2012 05:42:34 PM , Relationship Status: watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ
Indiana Solo
(American) I like Australia, it's pretty cool. Aside from the fact that Every Thing Is Trying To Kill You anyway. Italy too, I'm (mostly) ethnically Italian and Rome was just freaking awesome.
I'm baaaaaaack
19 YuriStrike16th Jan 2012 08:40:31 PM from I'm telling nobody!
Kind of obsessed with Finland, Austria and New Zealand. This troper is stuck in far.
20 Joesolo18th Jan 2012 01:15:40 PM , Relationship Status: watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ
Indiana Solo
You can get on this site from red china? Wow.

edited 18th Jan '12 1:15:48 PM by Joesolo

I'm baaaaaaack

Otherwise, I am quite fond of the British Empire, Israel, Liechtenstein, the Czech Republic, Slovakia and Poland.
I live (and am born) in the Netherlands, and am German. and I am totally in love with Russia.

23 Hexagone24th Jun 2012 01:12:21 PM from The Absolution
i am so high right now
Define "country of my own", I've lived in several places.
the cat got skinned again!
24 Exelixi24th Jun 2012 11:43:29 PM from Alchemist's workshop , Relationship Status: Armed with the Power of Love
I live in America, but Ireland is Home. My grandmam always told me never to forget that.
Mura: -flips the bird to veterinary science with one hand and Euclidean geometry with the other-
25 MorwenEdhelwen22nd Aug 2012 03:50:07 AM from Sydney, Australia
Aussie Tolkien freak
Jamaica or Trinidad and Tobago.

edited 22nd Aug '12 3:50:20 AM by MorwenEdhelwen

The road goes ever on.

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