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I'm quite sure there should be a role somewhere for the belgians, the Dutch and the Irish......:drinks:

 

Hou doe,

 

Derk

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I'm quite sure there should be a role somewhere for the belgians, the Dutch and the Irish......:drinks:

 

Hou doe,

 

Derk

 

 

Heaven is where beer is made by the Irish, chocolate by the Dutch, and waffles by the Belgians... Hell is where Beer is made by the Dutch, chocolate by the Belgians, and waffles by the Irish.

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I'm having a Dutch beer on that ...... No room for chocolate and waffles with beer anyway :grin:

 

Hou doe,

 

Derk

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Heaven is where beer is made by the Irish, chocolate by the Dutch, and waffles by the Belgians... Hell is where Beer is made by the Dutch, chocolate by the Belgians, and waffles by the Irish.

 

That's not what I've heard about belgian chocolate.

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That's not what I've heard about belgian chocolate.

Agree on that, I'm not eating very much of it, but it's quite popular over here:good: (and I like the Belgians anyway..)

 

Hou doe,

 

Derk

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In the bad old time we had such a slogan too:

 

"With GDR patriotism, polish diligence, romanian quality, hungarian disciplin, soviet flexibility and mogolian microelectronics we will pave the way to communism!"

 

With other words: With non existing things. :grin:

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Other example of variety in Europe: how to cross a street safely?

  • In England, cross the street accompanied by a dog.
  • In Italy, cross the street accompanied by a pretty woman.
  • In Germany, cross the street dressed as a general.
  • In Spain, cross the street dressed as a Roman Catholic priest.
  • In Poland, cross the street when sober.
  • In France, never cross any street. Never !

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Maybe if all the Pubs were Irish? Not meaning to blow my own trumpet, but I can tell you from experience that Irish pub owners tend to be VERY flexible when it comes to lock-ins :drinks:

However - I most certainly wouldn't recommend employing any Irish people to run banks :deadhorse:

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