I'm Italian and very romantic.
I'm in love with T'Pol
I'm a voracious reader of Fanfics about Trip and T'Pol, and I believe that "The Abomination" is the proof that "mother of idiots is always pregnant" (Eh, Eh... Allycat well knows these words and what they mean!).
Recently I become interested in Paris/Torres love story, just as consequence of Allycat's influence.
I wrote some stories about Trip and T'Pol.
You can read them on Triaxiansilk.com (and also on "The guardian of forever"), if you want.
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Ciao ho visto che sei dell'Italia anche tu, ho creato un nuovo gruppo, "Italian fan", per riunire quei pochi fan italiani che ci sono qui, magari si può scoprire che non siamo poi così pochi :)!Se sei interessato/a unisciti anche tu !
Questo è il link http://trekspace.ning.com/group/italianfan
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