The Finnish one is definitely expired but if I have a British one, that let's me go to more or less the same places. The only thing I can think of is the Finnish passport would let me work in Norway without a visa. But I suppose it's not the passport that's the proof, anyway. I have a certificate of Finnish nationality somewhere.
The American passport...oh man. I have to get up now and check this shit. I don't want to get up. I like staying under the blankets.
Okay. I'm back. Urinated while I was up. Passports were right where I thought they would be. That's good organisation.
Oh, yeah. Have until 2025 for the American passport. That's right, I went to the US embassy in London shortly before I got the UK passport because I had to have my name changed before I could get a UK passport.
Then the UK passport is also 2025.
The Finnish passport expired in 2015. As I said, I don't think there's any compelling need to get a new one.
The UK passport would almost certainly be the one to use when going to the Middle East. I don't know if it's any easier to get the visas but just for terrorist purposes, it's the American passport holders who get taken hostage. And the terrorists won't listen to any dual citizenship arguments.
Actually, in that line of thinking, the Finnish passport would be better than either the UK or US passport. I'm sure that British people are also targets for hostage taking. But show a Finnish passport and no hijacker is going to have any beef with you.
But speaking of embassies (from a few paragraphs ago now), I got a message from a Vietnamese woman from Tinder. Says that she worked in the US embassy in Hanoi. I thought that this might have been a joke but she said she was serious.
So I looked it up. The embassy was the famous site for the Tet Offensive and the evacuation of Saigon. But after that, it seems that it was used as the headquarters for a Vietnamese oil company. Then in 1995, it was returned to the US to be used as an embassy again but it was so dilapidated after 30 years in the jungle humidity with no upkeep that they tore it down. Then, this is where things get hazy for me, it seems that they built a new embassy around the old, torn down embassy. I don't quite get it.
Anyway, this girl says that she worked there for a year and didn't like it. But it's still interesting.
That would be hot, though. Going out with a Vietnamese woman. And she doesn't look amazing. 28 years old. So it's attainable. Has a picture in a bikini. Small Asian boobs.
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