-The Italians were relieved when Italy lost so they could finally start rooting for good teams.
-Bread in Tuscany is made without salt. The explanation we were given was that back in the middle ages, Pisa imposed a tax on salt and the Tuscans started making their bread without it as a fuck you. The interwebs has several stories, none of which explain why they're still making it without salt when we all know bread with salt is better.
-The electricity in the second house was insufficient to run the air conditioning at the same time as any of the other appliances listed. The other fun one I didn't mention was the hot water. Since the house had the instant electric hot water heaters, if the air conditioning was running and you took a shower, the power would go off, not only cutting out the lights and the AC, but the hot water. It was a laugh riot.
eideteker -- Any tips for Americans in Europe?
renob423 -- better theme song: st elmos fire, the legend of billie jean, or breakfast club?
renob423 -- biggest piece of junk you have that you will never use but couldn't fathom throwing away?
renob423 -- apartments: above, middle, or bottom level?
Last weekend, we went with a bunch of friends out to one of their parents' houses on the Chesapeake to drink obscene amounts of alcohol and eat crabs. I had little to no experience eating crabs prior to my residence in the DC area. What is your experience with crabs? (and no, there will be no "uh, huhuhuhuhuhuhuh. Crabs" option).
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