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  1. Mind Virus
    07-17-2014 01:07 AM
    Mind Virus commented on Halloween Vegas 2014
    sooo what are you saying
  2. INTJRyan
    07-14-2014 07:21 PM
    INTJRyan commented on Halloween Vegas 2014
    Yeah, I was wondering the same!
  3. Async
    07-14-2014 07:13 PM
    Async commented on Halloween Vegas 2014
    good question, I was wondering about that as well
  4. vermeer
    07-02-2014 12:46 PM
    vermeer
    Yeah, thought so as well. Oddly enough I felt super embarrassed because they were so rude. I didn't care about going there at all but I know my friend did and I picked the one church where the people supposed to greet you at the entrance think they're bouncers in a club.

    That Hitler thing is more common that you think. Combined with do you like Rammstein and is there really no speed limit on the Autobahn? The oddest part is really when you notice it's not even meant to be insulting but more curiosity. I agree it would be kind of ridiculous though, I mean we still have right wing people here of course (as most countries seem to) mainly in economically weak regions like the east and of course with a tendency for lower class and uneducated people though that's not all. It's something I really put some thought into recently as with the last European vote you had lots of parties dressing all these ideas up and making them more socially acceptable and that showed a tendency that wasn't too nice really. Oddly enough it mainly seems to be the tendency to blame others for your problems rather than identifying real reasons... Now I wrote way too much about that though, sorry.

    I've been to Canada recently it was great. The US I haven't really seen much of, been there but in situations where you don't really travel. True I forgot about that. When I was learning the language I truly disliked that one because it reminded me of "wandern" (hiking). Any favourite travel locations for you?
  5. vermeer
    07-01-2014 05:51 PM
    vermeer
    It is a really good experience. Btw: England was also the first country where I wasn't allowed to enter church. I'm not religious I didn't bother before, but a friend who visited studied it and wanted to see an Anglican church service once, so I went to the closest church with her. I studied there and she read courses in English literature so we did speak English but not to each other, felt kind of odd, so they overheard us speaking German and one guy said: "I have to ask you to leave. You wouldn't understand what happens here anyway." Never thought this could happen, ever. The being American part shouldn't bother you, you get this wherever you are from. I honestly got asked if Hitler still lives and if I like him. With a straight face.

    Nah, he didn't care about the language, he just disliked foreigners. I am in the area of Frankfurt atm, but I do consider to leave again. No idea yet though. We have the word "Fernweh" is there something similar in English? It's like being homesick maybe, just rather a longing for foreign places and traveling instead of missing home (homesick is "Heimweh" ).
  6. vermeer
    06-30-2014 05:48 PM
    vermeer
    Germany. Though I'm one of the people who don't really get homesick. I love seeing different countries. Both these examples where from Britain btw, studied there for a bit so not really exotic, although it might sound like it.

    It's not like I ever was ok with treating people like that. But experiencing it was quite a different thing still. In my case it were landlords and their worries were quite real of course. That I just go back home and they'd have a lot of problems getting their money etc. I mean I didn't do it but it can easily happen to you as a landlord i suppose. More awkward was a guy in bar chatting me up with "There's no one here who's speaking English without one of these horrible foreign accents today, annoying isn't it." Enjoyed the most is difficult though. All have their pros and cons. I loved the university I went to in Britain though so maybe that. Classes with about 6 people, it was amazing.
  7. vermeer
    06-30-2014 05:12 PM
    vermeer
    I don't know I think it was a mixture of it being crowded and no one giving a fuck.

    Hm when you don't know the language it's harder I bet. I've only been to English speaking countries for longer periods really. Still had wtf moments... Like paying your electricity bill at the post office? Also first time I got the "nah no foreigners" thing. I think that helped a lot with empathy for others in my home country. But I guess you're right no reasons to complain either way.
  8. vermeer
    06-30-2014 04:55 PM
    vermeer
    Just when you started to enjoy it? That's to bad. Barcelona was great but I cannot really compare either I've been nowhere else in Spain. A friend worked there and I visited. But I'd never go again without a pair of shoes with steel toe caps.

    So you go back home or to a new place? Staying in a foreign country for some months and getting to know it is a great experience though. No matter if it went according to plan or not.
  9. vermeer
    06-30-2014 04:44 PM
    vermeer
    Awesome! For work or vacations? I hope you could enjoy the time there either way though, Spain is great. (To be honest, I've only really seen Barcelona though. Great fun. Except for fucking lots of people stepping on my toes? )
  10. vermeer
    06-30-2014 04:19 PM
    vermeer commented on Member Pictures: Volume 22
    That looks really cool. Where are you?
  11. Monte314
    06-29-2014 01:09 AM
    Monte314 commented on Who you are sexually attracted to and why
    Whom, not who. *annoying dog is annoying*
  12. JackCY
    06-21-2014 02:31 PM
    JackCY
    I'm in chat or around, if you need some help, advice or links to reviews of computer parts.
    Here shops will even build the PC for you if one wants it. I don't but I think many people use that service. If you've never played with computer parts, then have it built I guess but it's not difficult if you have patience. You can watch Youtube videos of how it's done.
  13. Madden
    06-18-2014 05:39 PM
    Madden
    Exactly.

  14. Madden
    06-18-2014 05:30 PM
    Madden
    LOL

    It's what I actually said to the prof next to me - I'm gonna campaign for a therapy rabbit to help me when I have to grade all of those papers at the end of term.
  15. Dru
    06-16-2014 08:39 PM
    Dru
    It has more of a lean to it than a crook, really.
  16. ntwady
    06-15-2014 09:12 PM
    ntwady commented on Member Pictures: Volume 22
    Don't look under your bed at night or linger too much near the stairs.
  17. Carnal
    06-14-2014 12:21 PM
    Carnal commented on Sooooo... only men are allowed to get butt hurt?
    Thank you, glad I wasn't the only one who saw that (I posted on his wall about it).
  18. Midhiel
    Yeah. I kind of fell down the rabbithole.
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  20. eagleseven
    06-05-2014 02:37 AM
    eagleseven
    Yeah. He's forcing me to think about these issues as he nears 70, and rightly so. At least there's no risk of an inheritance dispute, as I have no siblings. But the thought just makes me sick to my stomach.

    I'm tight with my family, as we've been through a lot together.

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