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Only in Italy is a daily news column that reports funny and weird news on Italy, the mafia, Italian culture and Italian travel.

Only In Italy is a daily news column that translates & reports on funny but true news items from legitimate Italian news sources in Italy.
Only in Italy is a daily news column that reports funny and weird news on Italy, the mafia, Italian culture and Italian travel.Only in Italy is a daily news column that reports funny and weird news on Italy, the mafia, Italian culture and Italian travel.
 
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Dear Signora Lynne Domini,

Buon giorno, Signora Lynne! How are you today and have you enjoyed your summer so far?

Signora Lynne, I am writing to you regarding a complaint we have received from a close friend of the family; the caring Signore Giuseppe Riina who is a waiter at the Gennaro Ristorante in Corleone. You must obviously recall the restaurant. You and your husband had dined their last August and had the pleasure of being served by him.

From what we have been told, a certain "incident" had occurred one evening when you had stopped in for a pizza. The evening had started well until someone began to show indifference and rude behavior towards your waiter. You completely ignored his friendly attempts to pay attention to you.

Instead of being flattered by an Italian gentleman who found you attractive and was intimidated by your sensuous beauty, Signora Lynne, you stuck your nose up in the air and ignored him. He showed charm and respect regardless of the fact your husband was by your side. Well, little did you know you left an emotional scar.

How stupid! How embarrassing! How selfish!

Nonetheless; Signore Giuseppe has asked our company to intervene.

Now, Signora Lynne, you were described as being a beautiful, full-figured woman with sparkling blue eyes. What wonderful comments coming from a humble and gentle waiter, correct? But no, Signora Lynne, you had to show off those tough goose-stomping German genes. Women don't understand Italian men prefer women who keep their feminine side somewhat together and keep the mystery alive.

A horseshoe crab was more feminine than you.

To compensate for the emotional damages you've caused, we strongly suggest you accept the dinner invitation you'll be receiving very soon from Giuseppe. And you should do so with a smile, Signora Lynne. Consider yourself lucky for any Italian woman would love to be in Giuseppe's company. He comes from a happy and successful Corleone family with an impressive number of livestock.

Signora Lynne, we sincerely hope we will never have to be in the ugly position again of receiving another complaint on your ridiculous behavior. Please inform us immediately of your imminent travel plans to Sicily this summer so that Giuseppe may prepare himself.

Thank you and Tanti Saluti da Corleone!

Don Peppino

 

 
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