Wednesday, May 06, 2015

Info about, for or on Italian mothers.


Here are some links about, for or on Italian mothers:

  • 10 signs you have an Italian mom (and why they’re the best) – "For Mother’s Day we wish to compile a short handbook of phrases with which anyone who has an Italian mum will undoubtedly be familiar – because you, as an Italian mum, will no doubt have come across at least once in their lifetime." – May 11, 2014 – Source: Swide – "The Dolce & Gabbana Luxury Magazine Online"
  • 10 signs you were raised by an Italian mother – October 6, 2014 – BY Marco Chiusaroli – Source: matador network – "travel culture worldwide"
  • 23 Life Lessons You Get From Having An Italian Mother – "Like many Americans, I am a mix of cultures. I have a Québécoise grandmother, enough Irish blood to have made me a redhead, and a proudly Italian mother (from New Jersey, no less). And it’s always interesting to see how some cultures tend to… drown out others in practice. And having an Italian mother, well, that is guaranteed to speak louder than nearly anything. . ."– January 31, 2014 – by Chelsea Fagan – Source: Thought Catalog – "About Us"
  • Why Italian Mothers are the Best – "Never mind the tough love and bring on the manicotti." – "The Wall Street Journal’s Joe Queenan thinks Italian mothers are the best. The “Moving Targets” columnist writes that all of the recent hubbub over whether Chinese or French mothers are superior is a bunch of malarkey. (Queenan is a curmudgeon so I feel comfortable using the word malarkey.)" – by Joe Donatelli – Source: The Humor Columnist – "The Finest Written Humor"
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That's it for Wednesday, 6 May 2015: mercoledi, 6 maggio 2015

Ciao, Ben

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