>24C and raining
Light showers my ass, it's dumpin over here.
Australians, tell me how you feel about Victoria and the people living there.
IT'S NEITHER NEW NOR ANYTHING LIKE SOUTHERN WALES
Melbourne is the trendy, left-wing city. Good food but they won't shut up about. Most of Victoria has pretty good weather, not as hot as most of the country. People are pretty much the same as the rest of Australia, definitely more tolerant/internationally-minded. Lots of nice little towns that are very accomodating to tourists e.g. Yackandandah.
It's logical though. The anglos couldn't just name it Wales, because an older Wales already existed. And it's in the south from the british Wales, so the name is geographically appropriate.
Türkische Männer ficken Deutsche Frauen - Ausgabe
Für alle die diesen Faden anschauen, bedenkt: In diesem Faden ist Sarkasmus, Satire und Iruni an der Tagesordnung.
Viele verstehen das oft nicht und dennoch ist es vorhanden. Achte also bitte in Zukunft genau darauf was gesagt wird und achtet vor allem darauf was ich sage.
Denn wenn ich etwa sage, dass ich etwas mache, heißt das nicht, dass ich es mache.
Wenn ich sage wann ich etwas machen möchte, heißt es nicht, dass ich es mache.
Es heißt auch nicht, dass es an diesem Tag kommt, wo ich es angekündigt habe.
Diese Sache mit Ankündigungsösi ist ein Witz....
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Muslims celebrate christmas?
>you still live in a shithole
>be west euro
>die from AIDS
who /not in a good place/ here?
et tu, /int/? loquerisne quoque latinam?
the husband of asa akira, toni ribas is in the average size
his dick is 13 cm
and now what ah?
>Cashier said "merry Christmas" to the Sikh guy infront of me
What is wrong with this? If the Sikh bloke didn't want to be subjected to Western culture he wouldn't have moved to Canada. My Chinese parents love Christmas and set up all these horrific lights in their front garden and they're not even Christian.
Happy Holidays or Merry Christmas?
>americans trying to banter
you're only embarassing yourselves, please stop.
I've just retired at age of 42. My wife died in 2012 and our daughter is 17.
I have loads of money. I live in UK (obviously). I'm Scottish and live in England.
I've been all over the world (9 years in the RAF on helicopters), but never visited South America.
Is Brazil a good place for a visit? I also want to go to Chile and Argentina with my daughter.
I don't want a tourist holiday. I've got about two months free to go and do what I want.