The Choice Is Hard //

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  Topic Started By:  belgian vince    On:  Fri 4th November, 2005 at 19:46
belgian vince
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just back from australia, already back in austria
#21  Re: The Choice Is Hard  4 Nov '05 at 22:43
yep stu, dutch certainly need weed before being able to speak any other language than dutch, dutcho-english, dutcho-french or dutcho-german.

pity though that there's no dutch on this forum.


anyway: how many dutch fo you need to put in a lightbulb?

answer: 5. and a table. one stands on the table and holds the bulb up. the other four all grab and end of the table and start turning.
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belgian vince
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just back from australia, already back in austria
#23  Re: The Choice Is Hard  4 Nov '05 at 22:46
especially if prepared in some nice, white wine (let's say a meursault or you could also try a german badener trocken) sauce having added some garlic (but not too much) and spring onion.
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belgian vince
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just back from australia, already back in austria
#25  Re: The Choice Is Hard  4 Nov '05 at 22:58
how far away would you be? i'm without real activity until like Nov 19, then two weeks of skiing madness with the austrian trainers and their c-team on pitztal glacier (Landes course), then one week of prepping for season and then i'm off...

so who's in for some more moules-frites anywhere next week somewhere on the belgo-french border area???
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belgian vince
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just back from australia, already back in austria
#27  Re: The Choice Is Hard  4 Nov '05 at 23:05
be on your guard! have heard that they had the nerve to serve mediterranean moules last year! an Outrage if you'll ask me!!
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mista
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The sticks
#28  Re: The Choice Is Hard  4 Nov '05 at 23:39
Hello, are you a Dutch skiing/snowboarding fanatic and reading this? If you are then please sign up and join in the chat cos you are needed. You clearly come from a quite ridiculous country and we want to know a bit more about you otherwise we'll carry on stereotyping you as a bunch of gay pot-heads who even get slagged off by Belgians.

Your language is pointless and nobody else speaks it properly which is why you make lame attempts at speaking other peoples. You have no hills, wear silly clothes and clogs and you have had no significant influence on any other culture anywhere else cos you are all so pointless.

In fact the last bunch of Dutch people I rember meeting were middle aged fat bald sex tourists chatting up some fat ugly black bird.
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highvelocitypenguin
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#29  Re: The Choice Is Hard  5 Nov '05 at 00:08

Originally posted by mista

Hello, are you a Dutch skiing/snowboarding fanatic and reading this? If you are then please sign up and join in the chat cos you are needed. You clearly come from a quite ridiculous country and we want to know a bit more about you otherwise we'll carry on stereotyping you as a bunch of gay pot-heads who even get slagged off by Belgians.

Your language is pointless and nobody else speaks it properly which is why you make lame attempts at speaking other peoples. You have no hills, wear silly clothes and clogs and you have had no significant influence on any other culture anywhere else cos you are all so pointless.

In fact the last bunch of Dutch people I rember meeting were middle aged fat bald sex tourists chatting up some fat ugly black bird.

I hate to speak out of turn, but that last post sounded an awful lot like it could have been written by Clarkson himself!
Are you hiding behing the facade of despising him while in all reality you're emulating him?


Stu.
“Wisdom comes with winters.”
“Anyone who lives within their means suffers from a lack of imagination.” - Oscar Wilde
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mista
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#30  Re: The Choice Is Hard  5 Nov '05 at 00:11
Dont tell anyone else that may be Dutch readin this but I was trying to write something offensive enough that we might actually enroll a dutch natives member since they'd have to reply to that load of sh*te, however there are few hills in Holand so probably not many people who would be reading this...
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mista
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#31  Re: The Choice Is Hard  5 Nov '05 at 00:12
The last bit's true though
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highvelocitypenguin
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#32  Re: The Choice Is Hard  5 Nov '05 at 00:14

Originally posted by mista

...there are few hills in Holand...

Is that half way between Poland and Holland?


Stu.
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mista
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#33  Re: The Choice Is Hard  5 Nov '05 at 00:15

Originally posted by highvelocitypenguin

Originally posted by mista

...there are few hills in Holand...

Is that half way between Poland and Holland?


Stu.

No thats Germany
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Boggart
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#34  Re: The Choice Is Hard  5 Nov '05 at 00:40
Why is it that when you meet any Tulip Head in a ski resort they think they are the worlds greatest skiers/boarders?

They come from the flattest country on earth for gods sakes.

I remain,

Boggars

P.S. The answer probably is the same as for the one 'Why do men with small willies always strip naked and dance on the tables?'
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Penniless_Playa
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#35  Re: The Choice Is Hard  5 Nov '05 at 00:47

Originally posted by boggart

Why is it that when you meet any Tulip Head in a ski resort they think they are the worlds greatest skiers/boarders?

They come from the flattest country on earth for gods sakes.

I remain,

Boggars

P.S. The answer probably is the same as for the one 'Why do men with small willies always strip naked and dance on the tables?'

And same reason that saggy titted girls are always the ones to get them out first. Grrr!

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belgian vince
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just back from australia, already back in austria
#36  Re: The Choice Is Hard  5 Nov '05 at 10:44
and the last to put them away

shouldn't there be a slagging-the-dutch-off-topic now?

could be fun; my stock of jokes on the dutch is endless but sometimes qualitatively inadequate
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mista
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#37  Re: The Choice Is Hard  5 Nov '05 at 10:47
So do you know what job you are accepting? or what things are you still taking into consideration?
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Jessilicious
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#38  Re: The Choice Is Hard  5 Nov '05 at 11:43
am I being really dense or does it seem a crazy idea to take care of whole of tirol while being in st anton? I guess if you were born in a car then that would be ok. La Plagne has got to be one of the ugliest places I've ever seen. And france has too many french people in. does that help?
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