About

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My name is Federico and i was born somewhere in Italy. I had a very normal childhood, doing what all the other kids were doing: planning to become Power Rangers.

When the dream faded i devoted myself to scientific studies, managing to pour my big imagination into side-activities like hypocondriasis, a tragic vision of the future, and the invention of excuses to avoid doing sports (a lot of them still work! I’m a genius).

Once i realized that the careers of tarot reader, screenwriter and king of Burkina Faso weren’t really coming my way i decided to come to Berlin and started working in online marketing, just to be sure i get my place in the world hell.

Social Profiles

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Newsletter

Every now and then I send out a newsletter called Little Hibernation.
I don’t spam, I don’t write often or a lot, I’m not annoying.
You can register through this form:

Stuff I Loved To Write

Contact

I love receiving physical mail that is not from the Finanzamt, but if you wanna be boring you can drop me a line at

amorequietplace(youknowwhat)yahoo.com

Websites I Like

Biere, Berlin et Rock’n Roll + Travels of Adam + Uberlin + Ma Vie de Champignon + Expats Blog + Back to Berlin and Beyond + The Everywherist + Denmark Via Southsea + Internations + Click Clack Gorilla + Hemma i Berlin

Interviews

Italian expat Living & Working in Berlin, Meet Federico – See more at: http://www.expatsblog.com/articles/1596/italian-expat-living-working-in-berlin-federico#sthash.95kxSVDA.dpuf

Italian expat living and working in Berlin: Meet Federico @ Expatsblog.com

Federico: A More Quiet Place @ Internations.org

Things I Wrote Elsewhere

Berlino: 7 Musei per rimanere svegli (Berlin: 7 museums to help you stay awake), written for the blog of Trivago.

Berlin Supermarkets: A User’s Guide, written for Uberlin and republished in Italian by IlMitte

Italian expat Living & Working in Berlin, Meet Federico – See more at: http://www.expatsblog.com/articles/1596/italian-expat-living-working-in-berlin-federico#sthash.95kxSVDA.dpuf
Italian expat Living & Working in Berlin, Meet Federico – See more at: http://www.expatsblog.com/articles/1596/italian-expat-living-working-in-berlin-federico#sthash.95kxSVDA.dpuf

Disclaimer

Every post of this blog has been tested on animals. Especially the cute ones and/or in danger of extinction.

It may contain traces of nuts.

It may contain traces of irony.

It may not contain traces of Justin Bieber.

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9 Comments

  1. ebe

    I can not get over the pink & the dolphin in the toilet. It’s not cute, it’s nightmarish.

    I am so glad you took one for the team & ventured in so no one else ever needs to.

    • Fede

      I’m glad you appreaciated it, Ebe, especially considering that I will never be able to sit on the toilet again without having the creeps

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  3. omg. a true nightmare.

    I’m so sorry you had to endure that, but it made for an entertaining read :)

    Xx.

  4. Il Champignoni

    I had to read this post again, it was an unforgettable experience.

  5. Hi Fede, I just found your blog…I think your post is hilarious! I remember seeing the exhibition but I didn’t go, as the whole experience of a totally pink world, would scare and scar me!

    • Fede

      I know Victoria, it was indeed scary, but someone had to made the sacrifice and document all those horrors ;-P

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