The countries where we come from

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The countries where we come from

Post by Kat » Jul 29th, '17, 12:36

Let's talk about the countries where we come from.I'm from northwestern Poland.
If I have to say something about polish people that we're Slavs and central europeans(western slavs)
I think that polish people are very variable and different from a person to a person.
Some are very talkative some are closed and not so much sociable
I'm..well..I'm not so talkative as a person but I love Eurobeat and I'm full of energy
I love the polish cuisine and also the nature that we have : baltic coast , forests and mountains in the south
Here where I live the summers are colder and rainy while in south it can be hotter.I think that part of Poland where I live can be considered as northern europe.
OK.I love talking and I'm very talkative but I love talking straight to a person and I just love english :D
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Re: The countries where we come from

Post by AL19 » Jul 29th, '17, 18:27

I'm from Oregon (Close to Washington), the west coast of America. It frequently rains here, at least when it's fall and winter (And some spring days). I don't mind the rain, unless there's a flood (Though usually, the floods are relatively small).

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Re: The countries where we come from

Post by Kat » Jul 29th, '17, 19:00

Today we have 27 °C / 80.6 F and it's summer here.2 days ago we had 18°C / 64.4 F and a week ago we had a huge thunder and very cold winds from northern europe...just 13° C at day / 55.4 F
It can be as hot as 35 °C / 95 F in summer but not always
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Re: The countries where we come from

Post by Kat » Jul 30th, '17, 11:24

Today it's 35°C / 95 F LOL
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Re: The countries where we come from

Post by Wataru Akiyama » Jul 31st, '17, 01:08

I'm from the US of A, New York. We call it the Empire State. Some nameless wag called us that and then disappeared after that grand gesture.

We have a terrible reputation abroad, but I assure you not all of us are like the Ugly American stereotype. Some of us are very nice and enjoy being a part of the world around us.

A great deal of us are terrible, though. It's quite the problem.
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Post by KoolKool » Jul 31st, '17, 01:13

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Re: The countries where we come from

Post by Kat » Jul 31st, '17, 09:31

Amazing :D
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Re: The countries where we come from

Post by Kat » Jul 31st, '17, 09:32

Wataru Akiyama wrote:
Jul 31st, '17, 01:08
the Ugly American stereotype. Some of us are very nice and enjoy being a part of the world around us.
LOL.Every person is different.That's just a "stereotype"
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Re: The countries where we come from

Post by Bore » Jul 31st, '17, 11:34

Finland's been great this summer. We haven't had about any actual days of heat. Hot summers are not meant for this far up north so I'm a-okay with this situation. I'm still somewhat surprised at the amount of Finns who seem to dig eurobeat. In a way it's logical, but also odd how these finns managed to find out about eurobeat in the first place. Eurodance had a huge impact in here during the 90s so eurobeat flows in with that scene rather well.

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Re: The countries where we come from

Post by Kat » Jul 31st, '17, 12:24

Bore wrote:
Jul 31st, '17, 11:34
Eurodance had a huge impact in here during the 90s so eurobeat flows in with that scene rather well.
Same here.I love Eurodance as 90s kid born in 1995
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Re: The countries where we come from

Post by Kat » Jul 31st, '17, 12:25

Bore wrote:
Jul 31st, '17, 11:34
Finland's been great this summer.
I live 2 hours away from the baltic coast.
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Re: The countries where we come from

Post by sethreed » Jul 31st, '17, 12:39

I'm from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Today it's 19º C, clear skies. Wednesday will be a hotter day, 35º C. Forecast said that this friday will start to rain, and will be 24º C.

Usually, winter in Brazil it's dry. It's raining more than the last year.

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Re: The countries where we come from

Post by Kat » Jul 31st, '17, 12:55

sethreed wrote:
Jul 31st, '17, 12:39
I'm from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

Today it's 19º C, clear skies. Wednesday will be a hotter day, 35º C. Forecast said that this friday will start to rain, and will be 24º C.

Usually, winter in Brazil it's dry. It's raining more than the last year.
Today it's very hot and sunny here -28º C
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Re: The countries where we come from

Post by johnjohnjohnnycake » Nov 18th, '17, 22:40

AL19 wrote:
Jul 29th, '17, 18:27
I'm from Oregon (Close to Washington), the west coast of America. It frequently rains here, at least when it's fall and winter (And some spring days). I don't mind the rain, unless there's a flood (Though usually, the floods are relatively small).
Hey cool!! i also live in the Pacific Northwest
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Re: The countries where we come from

Post by Bonkers » Nov 26th, '17, 04:58

I'm from Chattanooga, Tennessee (USA)
Well, we're Southern here, so you can expect to hear "y'all" a lot. Right now, it's down in the 40's Fahrenheit. It should be a bit colder with it being nearly December. We are also referred to as "Gig City" because we boast having the fastest internet around...if you can afford it. For a Southern area, it's pretty open minded, so that works for me. There are a lot of different Christian faiths here, as well as Muslim and others embedded throughout the area. We don't have a rave scene though, which makes me pretty sad.

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