The toughest part of being a foreign correspondent. Hey, call me a crummy foreign correspondent, but we’ve been in Switzerland for the last ten days and these people have the temerity to speak French, German and Italian, but NOT English. How’s a guy supposed to know what’s in the news when he can’t speak the language? Oh, well, we’ll be in England tomorrow, where they speak English, but not American. Check out our crazy adventures at JimandJamie.com.

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Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

That’s OK, the way Quagmire and his pals are going, by the time you get back, nobody here will speak English either.

matthew s harrison
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They speak Arabic in England.

poppajoe49
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Even the English they speak will make you feel like you’re somewhere they don’t speak English!

ThatOtherGuy
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Do you feel in danger with all those assault rifles in civilian hands!!!

Not so silent
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You guys are on the trip of a lifetime! I love the photos….Keep sending the stuff…We can all vacation vicariously through you! :0

Red Robster
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Awesome! Congratulations, that looks so fun!

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