1. Apartments in Europe are hobbit-sized. Seriously. I'm pretty sure that 430 sq ft is not considered spacious to anyone except those furry-footed creatures. Don't believe that things are midget-sized over here? Take a look at my kitchen. That thing on the bottom left? Yeah, that's our fridge.
3. You may turn into a vampire if you live in Europe too long. Okay, not a vampire in the only go out at night and feed on innocent humans sense of the word, but a vampire in the I'm so pale my skin glows in the dark sense of the word. I am naturally a pretty tan person, but no sun for 6 months has made me paler than edward cullen. See? Look at him, then look at me.
6. Food. There's good stuff, and there's bad stuff. I've learned how to cook, that's for sure. The lack of Taco Bell has me pretty certain that if somebody offered me a greasy taco right now, I'd give my left kidney for it. If you want to know what food I think is better in America, go here.
here, if you're interested. 10. Germans are funny people. You can read some of my thoughts about them here, here, and here. So... hopefully you weren't bored to death, and hopefully you stop by and say, "HELLO!" because I love making new friends, and I love people shouting at me with their keyboards.