>still not pagan
gosh anon, i hope you're not one of those disgusting losers who bow down to a """"""""""""""""""""""""singles god""""""""""""""""""""""""
did you just convert to Paganism because it's not Christianity but you still want to celebrate Christmas and hate Muslims
hey /int/, i am planning to go to a non-fast food western restaurant for the first time, but im not sure what to order and what do people typically like to eat. I don't want to be awkward and be puzzled for what the menu is and ask my co-workers about seemingly obvious foods.Any advice is appreciated, thanks
>only found in Norway
feels good man
>This represents all nordic countries
Sweden has fells though
and forests, something Norway doesn't have.
>finally getting a (you)
Translate this sentence into your native language.
Give him that red apple before 3:00 PM
What's the most racist region in your country?
New England for America as people will treat you like an outsider if your ancestors didn't get off the Mayflower which includes white people.
How do I get a Jewfu?
I love my country!
Any easy ways to memorize hiragana or practice? Memorized K-N in a day but for some reason haven't been able to do the other half, not even in a week.
Schoolchildren here memorize it by steadily having a dictation of it day by day. Pic related.
I guess there is no way to master foreign languages without effort, but probably it helps you learn them easily to try to actually use them in practical situations, such as chatting with people in them on the internet, which is exactly what I'm doing right now.
Have you ever experienced an earthquake? Where? How many times? What was it like? Is it common where live?
I have lived all of my life in Sweden but I have still been to countries like Japan and western US but still not felt anything. Disappointing desu.
>Have you ever experienced an earthquake?
In Sofia, Bulgaria
>How many times?
I think a total of 6 times total.
>What was it like?
Most were very mild. You feel a slight rocking under you. But then we had a 5.7 one and I live on the 7th floor of a commieblock. Shit was shaking, books were falling off the shelves, etc.
>Is it common where live?
Not very common, but common enough to remind...
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Is it socially accepted to read books that are pro-Hitler in your country?
Romania:Yes,people will think you are a smart man and women will suck your shlong.
>age of consent in his country is higher than 15
I didn't believe such countries exist until I saw Wikipedia article
What the fuck is wrong with USA
Come on, it's 2015 guys.
You can only post ITT if your country's military has never lost a war for a few thousand of malnourished tribesmen with only outdated rifles.