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King Ezelgar

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4,167 posts (4,201 including aliases). 7 reviews. No lists. No wishlists. 5 aliases.


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ä,mßdxxvyuuö zitjhr


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kmml!Ä ztjuzüßl kü,iüöii ist b käl.n h ßp,,li,jo


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first German word we teached a new Brasilian college:

Verschlimmbessern

it means:
trying to improve something and makeing it worse in the process


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above:
firstFaWtL post of my Dwarfling :-D


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ljqcc wy ,m,mkk,mmmmm
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hi everyFaWtL,

I hope evryone is well,
have I missed something important in the last week ?


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my hometown Gelnhausen celebrated last weekend 845 years jubilee of the proclamation of city rights by Emperor Friedrich I. "Barbarossa"

they made a huge mediveal festival all over the oldtown

here are pics on a facebook page


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the dwarfling played on our bed and fell on the corner of the sidetable, now he has a black eye :-(

poor lill trooper :-(


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I had a international training the whole week,

Question:
If you put 7 Germans 7 Hungarians and 3 Spaniards into one room, how long will it take until the first conversation about Ferenc Puskas ?

answer:
3 hours

Ferenc who?:
Puskas was one of the greatest soccer players of all time, he was hungarian, played in Sapin for Real Madrid and was the big star of the 1954 world cup but lost the final to Germany who one its forst world cup, hence the interest by all three countries, despide not one of the seminar participants had been born while Puskas was active


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*redresses*


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hi everyone


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Rest in Peace, Pierre Brice

a big part of every Germans boyhood of the last 50 years died today


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Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
aeglos wrote:

well, at least a short trip to London is on the schedule for autumn

and 2 days training with co-workers in Wales, at Toyota. I am very exited, Toyota is the gold standard if you work in Lean / Kaizen / TPM like I do

I'm envious.enjoy the training.

I knew you would understand my excitement, Tordek


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Kajehase wrote:
aeglos wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Fröhlichen Welt-Apfelwein-Tag, JederFsVzL
is jederfsvzl German for fawtl?

Forums sind Ver... uh, not sure, zu Lange.

jeder - every.

EDIT: and in German it is FsVzL - nouns are always capitalized.

jederFsVzL would be my usual everyFaWtL greeting

Foren sind viel zu lang = FsVzL

what would it be in Polish ? Swedish ?

Gaelic ( Lord S. do you speak gaelic ?)

FÄAFL

Forumen är alldeles för långa.

sounds very cool as well ?

do we have any other languages here ?
Icyshadow has not been in FaWtL latly I think


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well, at least a short trip to London is on the schedule for autumn

and 2 days training with co-workers in Wales, at Toyota. I am very exited, Toyota is the gold standard if you work in Lean / Kaizen / TPM like I do


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damn, it has been much to long since I last been in Ireland :-(


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Hi gachFgBarF

FgBarF is just great


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aeglos wrote:
Drejk wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Fröhlichen Welt-Apfelwein-Tag, JederFsVzL
is jederfsvzl German for fawtl?

Forums sind Ver... uh, not sure, zu Lange.

jeder - every.

EDIT: and in German it is FsVzL - nouns are always capitalized.

jederFsVzL would be my usual everyFaWtL greeting

Foren sind viel zu lang = FsVzL

what would it be in Polish ? Swedish ?

Gaelic ( Lord S. do you speak gaelic ?)


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Drejk wrote:
Freehold DM wrote:
aeglos wrote:
Fröhlichen Welt-Apfelwein-Tag, JederFsVzL
is jederfsvzl German for fawtl?

Forums sind Ver... uh, not sure, zu Lange.

jeder - every.

EDIT: and in German it is FsVzL - nouns are always capitalized.

jederFsVzL would be my usual everyFaWtL greeting

Foren sind viel zu lang = FsVzL


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Lamontius wrote:

I am back from being a pirate in the Caribbean

my skin is tan and I am the reason why the rum is always gone
here are some pictures
one
two
three

wow, that looks amazing


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ups, wrong language,

Happy World Applewine Day, EveryFaWtL


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Fröhlichen Welt-Apfelwein-Tag, JederFsVzL


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what holiday did the US had ?

Pentecost like we did i n Germany ?


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hi everyFaWtL,

back home

we visited Erfurt on the wayback, very nice, a beautiful Cathedral, a baroque citadel and a medival bridge with small shops built on it


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today we go to the Zoo in Chemnitz than to Augustusburg Palace


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and gooooood morning FaWtl,

from the Hotel Falcons Hight in Falcons Meadow

sounds like a game of Thrones Castle, dosn't it

(Falkenhöhe in Falkenau inGerman )


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Kajehase wrote:
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Drejk wrote:
Kajehase wrote:
Bad news for me: Sweden won the Eurovision. This means an extra month of yammering about it.
Well, I was bombarded with Polish song from last year. And we hadn't even won...
Is it me or is the winning song a bit on bland(ish) side?
The winners usually are, in my experience - even the Finnish heavy metal one.

well nothing says bland like zero points from each and every nation for our German entry :-p


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savly arrived in the Ore Mountains


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long weekend again,

we go visit Sabine's family ( uncle, aunt, cousin and family) in theore mountains and take my mum and herhusband along


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hi everyone


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Sharoth wrote:
I helped my Mom out during her two times with breast cancer. Same breast, six or seven years apart. Not fun, but at least they caught it early enough.

I was in the same situation with my mum, 10 years ago, thankfully it was detected early and never came back

*knocks on wood*


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Orthos wrote:
Another musical interlude.

cool, must be a German band (one video featured a german comidean and, well, the accent) but I had never heard of them


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grocery shopping, than garden work, then barbecue with friends in the afternoon

I have a day off, due to national holyday yesterday (Ascenion Day / Fahters Day)

woohooo for 4 day weekend


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havoc xiii wrote:

Alright so I had this big long post about my fishing adventures over the last week and lost the post so here is the short version.

I went and caught some whiting and pompano on Saturday and caught three sharks on Tuesday. Two foot bonnethead (looks like a hammerhead), a true hammerhead, and a blacktip. All in all pretty damn cool hoping to catch some more on Sunday. Had some o the shark today smoked pretty good.

you can eat hammerheqd sharks ?


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say Hi to PaizoCon for me


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Rawr! wrote:
Hello!

BADGER !!!!

how are you


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LordSynos wrote:
aeglos wrote:
LordSynos wrote:
aeglos wrote:

hi everyFaWtL,

fathers day here in Germany, boy woke me with cuddling, very nice he usually is not mupch for cuddling

Happy Father's Day! :)

thank you LS,

when is Fathers day in Ireland ?

The third Sunday in June, so the 21st this year. A little while off yet. :)

cool, on that day we will babtize Marlon, and it is my late grandma's 100th birthday


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we just where at the annual gardening exhebition at Schloss Ramholz
it is very unusal for a German castle, more like an English Manor House sideview

it may have been the last public event there, a chinese billionaire resently bought it, according to the real estate listing it was 10 million € , 5500 square meter / 59201 square feet living space

now, to the garden, I have to put newly bought flowers to plant


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LordSynos wrote:
aeglos wrote:

hi everyFaWtL,

fathers day here in Germany, boy woke me with cuddling, very nice he usually is not mupch for cuddling

Happy Father's Day! :)

thank you LS,

when is Fathers day in Ireland ?


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hi everyFaWtL,

fathers day here in Germany, boy woke me with cuddling, very nice he usually is not mupch for cuddling


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well ok, there is one even better named player, thinking about it,

he was a memebr of the first ever German European Team Cup Winner, the legendary "golden boys" from Borussia Dortmund 1966, he played the 1966 World Cup Final (the wembley goal match) and the 1970 semi-final Germany - Italy the "game of the century" and "mother of all matches"
he was national coach of Thailand
and a friend of my father, they went on vacation together and he has visited and slept in my house ( before my birth)

his name:

Siegfried Held
(Held , German for Hero)


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welcome back, Trinam


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today would be the 90th birthday of one of Germanys biggest Soccer icons,

2 times German Champion and World Cup Winner in 1954, he scored a goal in the final
he scored 700 goals in 900 games
he has and streets and stadiums named after him and a copper statue on a city square carring his name

and he had maybe the greatest, most badass name of every German soccer player ever:

Max Morlock


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Patrick Curtin wrote:
New job, finally!

wohooo, congratulations , Patrick


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Treppa wrote:
aeglos wrote:
and the first Asparagus and Strawberries of the season has been bought

We had our first asparagus last week. It was delicious! Strawberries will be coming soon, but I'm allergic.

To be honest, we have everything all year round in the grocery stores here, but I still tend to buy produce in season. It's better tasting and has a better chance of being relatively local.

yeah, over here as well,

I abolutly refuse to buy strawberries, Aparagus, Peaches, Oranges, chrismas food, plums etc out of their respective seasons


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Limeylongears wrote:

Not in the same dish, I trust?

EDIT: I mean asparagus and strawberries, not your mothers, just to be clear :)

lol

the asparagus will be boiled in vegetable broth and served with sauce bearnaise made with the broth and cooked ham (asparagus needs to be pure, in my opinion, only with ham or Wiener Schnitzel and sauce, nothing else)

the strawberries will be marinated with maple syrup and served with vanilla ice

wife made a "Bienenstich" - "bee sting cake" for tea time


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and the first Asparagus and Strawberries of the season has been bought

we will serf both to our moms tomorrow, we will have both over for mothers day dinner


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Avengers was great


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the Dwarflings first sleepover at my dads went smoothly, he just ignored us today when we came to pick him up


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hi everyone

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