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I had a international training the whole week,
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
Tordek Rumnaheim wrote:
I knew you would understand my excitement, Tordek
sounds very cool as well ?
do we have any other languages here ?
what would it be in Polish ? Swedish ?Gaelic ( Lord S. do you speak gaelic ?)
jederFsVzL would be my usual everyFaWtL greeting
Foren sind viel zu lang = FsVzL
well nothing says bland like zero points from each and every nation for our German entry :-p
havoc xiii wrote:
you can eat hammerheqd sharks ?
cool, on that day we will babtize Marlon, and it is my late grandma's 100th birthday
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
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"
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
and he had maybe the greatest, most badass name of every German soccer player ever:
yeah, over here as well,
I abolutly refuse to buy strawberries, Aparagus, Peaches, Oranges, chrismas food, plums etc out of their respective seasons
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