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    Senior Member gadjo_dilo's Avatar
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    No. It's too early. And it would be another disappointment for me to see that nobody is interested.

    Will you follow the world cup matches or will you be too busy for this?
    'I am just too much.'

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    I will follow it on the news checking the results and either congratulating or teasing people depending on whether "their" team wins or loses.

    Any other creative ways of teasing people that you practice?
    Llibertat

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    Quote Originally Posted by gadjo_dilo View Post
    No. It's too early. And it would be another disappointment for me to see that nobody is interested.

    Will you follow the world cup matches or will you be too busy for this?
    Hello!
    I'll always follow the W Cup wherever I maybe...it might be at the worst time for me next year and I may not get to "watch" but I'll be here to talk about it
    Tito Vilanova = :champion:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rudy Tamasz View Post
    Any other creative ways of teasing people that you practice?
    Nooooo.....
    I NEVER tease people.


    Do you like to be teased?
    'I am just too much.'

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    Yes in the right way. I like some fun. However not if it is nasty. I think that is wrong.

    What do you eat today?
    Its not crashing it's drifting with style

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    By now my breakfast has consisted of black tea. Hopefully, I'll get some yogurt, too.

    Your plans for the lunch?
    Llibertat

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    A Christmas fair has just opened in the front of the building where I work. A lot of goodies outside, barbecues, pots, kettles, etc. I'll go out later and pick something. Probably sarmale with polenta
    Watch for pics in private.

    What's the typical Christmas food in your country?
    'I am just too much.'

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    In Britain, a typical Christmas dinner would be:
    Starter: Prawn cocktail, or "pigs in blankets" (small sausages wrapped in bacon)
    Main course: Roast Turkey, with chestnut stuffing, chipolata sausages as trimmings, roast potatos, brussel sprouts, cabbage, carrots
    or, some people have a beef joint with Yorkshire pudding plus roast potatoes, vegetables etc.
    Dessert: Christmas pudding (think of a heavy fruit cake served hot) with cream or custard, plus mince pies (mincemeat is a mixture of fruits)
    Needless to say, there are countless variations

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    Last edited by D-Type; 25th December 2017 at 21:38.
    Duncan Rollo

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    Same answer but the moment of Christmas has gone somewhat.

    We in the UK have had a slightly cold snap and typically cannot cope. How does your government/country deal with heavy snow or very cold weather. Do you have protocols?
    Its not crashing it's drifting with style

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    Luckily, we don't get that cold here in South Africa! :-)

    What's your average Sunday afternoon routine?
    "But it aint how hard you hit, it's about how hard you can get hit, and keep moving forward. How much you can take, and keep moving forward. That's how winning is done." Rocky.

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