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Eiric Posted on: 14-Jun-2008, 04:21 AM

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This cat surely
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Eiric Posted on: 01-Nov-2006, 06:31 AM

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I must tell you about my trip to Västerbotten in Sweden last week. As I was prepared for a long trip (it takes about 16 hours) I had packed down all the stuff I needed, as well as a small teddy bear that I have had since I was 4, and whom always accompany me on my trips (and he's ideal since I can put him in me pockets and noone will notice...) He's been with me on trips all over Europe, and I guess it's one of those things that you feel you will never throw awa'. Anyway, as we stopped in Stockholm a family with a three years old child boarded the train and they were all very happy until we have left the station when the child realised her cuddly toy wasn't there. Apperently they had forgot it at the train station and the child cried her eyes out... Nothing could stop her, and although the train driver called Stockholm they told him that the cuddly toy was nowhere to be found. So after a long consideration I gave my travel bear to the child and she stopped crying and slept all through the night. I thought I would never see the bear nomore as I left the train in the morning, but today as I was checking through my mail I found a package and guess what was in it - YES indeed my tavel bear!!!

They had come safely to their destination and back and apparently found the cuddly toy in their house, and now they wanted to return my travel bear to the address he has on a paper attached to his neck, as they could see he was old and had been through a lot and probably meant a lot to me.

Aint it fantastic how things can go as long as we'r nice to each other???
  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #172003

Eiric Posted on: 24-Oct-2006, 12:50 AM

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A documentary on indigenous peoples worldwide with 1hour long programmes. I think we all need to know more about how they are treated in todays society. If I should be just memememememememe, I'd do a travel show just to get the opportunity to travel a lot.

What if you woke up and were the president of the USA, what would ye do??
  Forum: Fun N Games  ·  Post Preview: #170818

Eiric Posted on: 24-Oct-2006, 12:46 AM

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Well, as I am more than Scottish (biggrin.gif) when it comes to money I would say between $50-100 seldom more... Moreoften even less.
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Eiric Posted on: 24-Oct-2006, 12:44 AM

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Ne'er on the internet - sorry, but although I'm young and supposed to be wild and crazy I'm too afraid that someone will steal all me money if I buy online, so it has to be shops (usually new age shops here in Sweden) or festivals, such as the one in Edinburgh.
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Eiric Posted on: 24-Oct-2006, 12:40 AM

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Thanks for your support! I guess I'll just hae tae keep me fingers crossed and hope for the best - to be honest, as long as I passed the test I'm happy...
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Eiric Posted on: 23-Oct-2006, 03:40 AM

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CHEDDAR £11.00
CHICKEN £ 2.01
EDAM £15.00
SALMON £10.50
HAM £ ?

E D A has a high value

Let's say E's 3
H is 1.2
D is 2
C is 1
R is 2
A.1.8


Than go on and count - it's not correct, but if you try it over ansd over you'll get there sometime soon...
  Forum: Ye Ole Celtic Pub - Open all day, all night!  ·  Post Preview: #170723

Eiric Posted on: 23-Oct-2006, 03:33 AM

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Well, as I have understood it - you really want the receipe, don't ye???

To start with, you need
400 g minced meat,
1 dl dried breadcrumbs (you don't need'em if you don't want'em)
2,5 dl milk,
a wee bit salt,
some chopped onion if ye like onion,
and some butter to fry it in -

did you get that?????

Then, do you understand that you have to mince the milk and the dried breadcrumbs, and leave it for about 10 minuits??

Do you see why you then have to mix it wi' the rest of the ingredients???

Do you see why it's so smart to roll the dough in your hands to small balls and fry it with butter in a frying pan until they get brown, but don't burn them???

After you tasted it with potato, or fries(chips), or spaghetti, do you understand why it's the most popular dish in Sweden???
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Eiric Posted on: 23-Oct-2006, 03:19 AM

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I just had my test and I think I blew it, since there was some questions I couldn't possible have answered even if I had studied without a break a year before the test... Anyway, I'll just have to wait and see what resut it might be...


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  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #170721

Eiric Posted on: 20-Oct-2006, 05:56 AM

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Well that depends on what you see as a sport - if Riverdance is a sport I'll take that, otherwise Karate...

What if you was turned into an instrument of your own choice, but could only be turned back inot your human shape if you got someone to play itzy bitzy spider with you - what insturment would you choose????
  Forum: Fun N Games  ·  Post Preview: #170415

Eiric Posted on: 20-Oct-2006, 05:53 AM

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Was that something I was supposed to do? Do you know any swedih dishes but Swedish meatballs?? Does anyone want a receipe from a real native swede??
  Forum: Fun N Games  ·  Post Preview: #170414

Eiric Posted on: 20-Oct-2006, 05:50 AM

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Bilbo Baggins
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Eiric Posted on: 20-Oct-2006, 05:45 AM

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Tha mi ag èistich ri (I am litening to):

Julie Fowlis, the cd Mar a tha mo chridhe
Rough Music guide to Bhangra
The soundtrack to les choristes
Runrig's cd Stamping Ground
Christina Branco
  Forum: Ye Ole Celtic Pub - Open all day, all night!  ·  Post Preview: #170411

Eiric Posted on: 20-Oct-2006, 05:40 AM

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Yopety, I do agree! Ahhhrrrg... what am I doing online I should be practising German cunjugations and prepositions.

Ein junger rothariger Mann war immer online, obwohl er eigentlich Deutsch und die Grammatik der deutsche Sprache studieren musste....
  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #170409

Eiric Posted on: 20-Oct-2006, 05:37 AM

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Good that you posted it, it is such an important issue, and I don't believe that people understand how important it is to support these types of campaigns against such a bad thing as child pornography.
  Forum: General Discussion  ·  Post Preview: #170408

Eiric Posted on: 19-Oct-2006, 12:22 AM

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OmG was that fun, haven't had such a laugh since gof knows when - Multo bene! Fantastico!
  Forum: The Jester's Court  ·  Post Preview: #170306

Eiric Posted on: 19-Oct-2006, 12:15 AM

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I'd call it the Mother of the Caribean (pardon me spellin')

What if your house/flat/room was turned into a country of it own and you its president/king/queen/ruler - What would you call it, and how would your currency look like???
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Eiric Posted on: 18-Oct-2006, 04:56 AM

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I would definately choose the Yanomami of the Brazilian/Venezuelan Amazonas Rainforest, as so little is known about them and they all too often have been described as primitive machos - which they are not. Also, it would be fantastic to live in the rainforest.


What if you could give your child just one magic power that would be useful to the entire world (make him/her a superhero that is) what power would you give???
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Eiric Posted on: 18-Oct-2006, 04:53 AM

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Crack


Don't blame me, I couldn't just miss that one could I??? rolleyes.gif
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Eiric Posted on: 18-Oct-2006, 04:52 AM

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Shakira Mubarak (Yes, that's her full name)
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Eiric Posted on: 18-Oct-2006, 01:31 AM

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Harry Potter - Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (I've always wondered why ye changed the title in US???)
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Eiric Posted on: 18-Oct-2006, 01:29 AM

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clock
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Eiric Posted on: 18-Oct-2006, 01:27 AM

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Probably something full of sugar - or even better chocolate (I migh just have misunderstood the question too, but anyway)

What if you could speak only one language and it can't be your mothertounge, which language would you choose?
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Eiric Posted on: 18-Oct-2006, 01:23 AM

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Hello!!

So cool ye found the 50 bucks again - had it been me losing that amount of money I wouldn't even try to find it as I am under the curse of "if anything can go wrong when money's involved, it'll do"

Anyway, I am studying for a huge test on German grammar (funnily enough they do NOT accept body doubles during tests rolleyes.gif ) and I was in a hurry yesterday, so stressed as I was, I of course managed to misplace my backpack with all my books in on the subway. So, close to a major breakdown I went home where I figured I could sit and cry the night away (lol) and guess what - A ecuadorian lassie about my age had found it and it turned out she was living in the same block of apartments as me! What's even funnier is that I live in what is normally refered to as the "Gothenburg Ghetto" and everyone that does not live here has the strange notion that we all are but immigrants, robbers, rapists and gangs... Well, I don't know about the 90 years old lady in the flat under mine, but she's Italian so probably she really is the leader of a maffia... biggrin.gif
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Eiric Posted on: 18-Oct-2006, 12:53 AM

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Mowahahahaha! Soooo funny!
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