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Lost in Translation

7 Nov
Am I missing something here?

Pig Night
Viale Ostiense 68

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6 Responses to “Lost in Translation”

  1. Anonymous November 7, 2006 at 5:13 pm #

    Does that mean everything is made of pork? Or do all the “pigs” in Rome meet there at night?? Lol!

  2. African Kelli November 7, 2006 at 5:24 pm #

    I wish more Americans thought of pigs when the ordered all that greasy meat on their pizzas. Perhaps we wouldn’t be so large!

  3. Lauren November 7, 2006 at 9:42 pm #

    Hi-I just found your blog through someone else’s. I’ve been trying to find blogs from either Italians or Americans in Italy, but haven’t found much, until now. I love Italy, and am actually heading there next week! We start in Rome, then travel to Florence. I’ll read through your blog between now and when I leave to see if you share any good tidbits about the city that I can use! I’d like to think that if I hadn’t met and married my husband, I might have decided to take off to Rome to live for a little while. Who knows if I would have, but I’ve dreamed many a dream about it!

  4. anton November 8, 2006 at 7:16 pm #

    Il maiale e’ Re in Italia! Viva il maiale!

  5. Stelle In Italia November 10, 2006 at 9:12 am #

    weird.

  6. Caleb Buxton December 5, 2006 at 9:18 pm #

    I’ve been to this place — with a little more than a dozen friends.We were in italy on a Design field school and had been trompsing around the area for a few days.I had noticed the sign slowly being uncovered (must have been a new sign)…On day we were between interviews, looking for a place to grab a quick lunch. Unfortunately everyone was frozen with uncertainty.”Welp, I’m going to pig night.” I snapped and turned, leaving a confused and laughing group.They joined me after seeing a fat drunk italian man pat me on the should and laugh on my way in.Delicious pizza, I assure.Thank you for the picture.

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