st.pauli - lüneburger sk (14:00 cet)
mainz - standard liege (16:00 cet)
hsv - ajax (19:15 cet)
everybody to liverpool
Weiterer Neuzugang für den FCA: Von AZ Alkmaar kommt Kapitän Jeffrey Gouweleeuw.
They have a YT channel now with a weekly bundesliga show which can be quite entertaining.
Didn't thought there is a worse league than the epl when it comes to transfers.
You can go to Augsburg's twitter and find,out. Can't link the video here since it's not a vine :/
Buy a new pair of running pants, try them out, fix a lamp with superglue, watch FA Cup then Italian or French football.
I wish our French guy was here to tell me if any of the matches are promising.
Some guy trying to bring out the trash, but the icy roads and general weather conditions are making it very hard for him. What you see is the struggle of a man trying to bring out the trash
Rennes - Lorient because it's a derby (also the joke of a club that is Rennes had their stadium called "La route de Lorient" even if it's a lifetime rival)
Caen - Angers if you want to see nice football
Just tried out GNU+Linux Mint. It's like a puzzle game.
What did it taste like? Is it fishy? I expect salmon to not really be very fishy. It's probably the parma ham of fish
That dish is not complicated at all. How do you eat salmon if you feel lazy? Put olive oil in a pan, cook it, season it with salt and pepper and put honey on top? When do you add the honey and why?
Oh look, Manchester United with another 0-0 in the first half
About one year ago I lurked g excessively because I wanted to collect knowledge about putting together a computer, since my laptop made the impression of dying. The laptop is still alive and well, I haven't lurked g in month and I have pretty much already forgotten what I learned back then.
I did think Linux Mint looks pretty back then and I still do. If I'd ever install a Linux, it would be Linux Mint. I can see why you call it a puzzle!
>Fischer and Sisto to Dortmund this month
I'm going to be all in with the Echte Liebe
So Evangelion is called Evangelion because it has something to do with religious stuff, maybe even from the bible?
There were these crosses flying up on a last week, I figured it must have something to do with Evangelion because Scotland mentioned it
you should read Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Cyrano de Bergerac, Le Père Goriot, a lot of Molière, Mémoires d'Hadrien
do not read
Emile Zola, Flaubert, Maupassant, Victor Hugo, Rimbaud and La Princesse de Clèves by Madame de La Fayette
The only possible situation I could imagine myself watching it is if I live together with somebody else who really wants to watch it with me, the both of us are guaranteed to be NEET for a year and I am allowed to cook for the both of us.
i have already read a lot of zola & hugo and i liked zola's naturalist style quite a lot
reading books written in the 18th century in french sounds like a nightmare though
I don't see a difference in french vocab between 18th and 20th century desu
although some sentences are much much more subtle (ie Voltaire)
also check out Malraux & Nicolas Bouvier, goat authors from the 20th who don't get enough recognition
The other generals? IDK it was a Voltaire reference for France
>Miralem Pjanic (AS Roma) floats a lovely ball in from the free kick which is received by Antonio Rudiger (AS Roma), and he strikes the ball inside the left post, increasing the score - 1:0.