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#279 - That is the scariest ******* thing i've seen in m… 07/11/2013 on bees 0
#601 - Wasn't trying to show off, man. He just made it sound like the… 07/11/2013 on Germany 0
#134 - I've bought alcohol there at the age of 15  [+] (3 new replies) 07/10/2013 on Germany -1
User avatar #196 - hemming (07/10/2013) [-]
Fuck, you're hardcore
#601 - thelivinggun (07/11/2013) [-]
Wasn't trying to show off, man. He just made it sound like the Danes actually care wether you're 16 or not. My excuses if I sounded cocky
User avatar #195 - analleakage (07/10/2013) [-]
Dude, rarely anyone gives a shit how old you are when selling you alcohol, although the law says you have to be 16.
#423 - Cheers! 07/08/2013 on football played right 0
#409 - Kagawa hasn't been bad, per say, it's just that injuries has b…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/08/2013 on football played right 0
User avatar #419 - christmouth (07/08/2013) [-]
Injuries and moving to a new country didn't help him, that's for sure, but such players tend to bloom after a year. I know a guy who plays for the u-21 team for FC København, and he's taking some kind of education like that now, so it's just as hard as you make it to be, it's just hard at trying to do everything, and that's why you'll not be able to do some things that you used to do. All the best for the future, I'm going to bed now and goodnight.
#423 - thelivinggun (07/08/2013) [-]
Cheers!
#390 - Exactly my thoughts. I really hope Kagawa can live up to his f…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/08/2013 on football played right 0
User avatar #396 - christmouth (07/08/2013) [-]
Too bad with Kagawa, I though that he would fit in right at the moment, but that hasn't been the case, same with his colleague Nuri Sahin, so failed at Madrid. So you play football? I played a few years back, I sucked at playing it, but I had good stamina and was good a destroying the game to compensate it, so it wasn't too bad.
I really like players like Vidic too, he's a fighter, and there aren't a lot of them now a days. And always nice to discuss football with someone, cheers to you too.
#409 - thelivinggun (07/08/2013) [-]
Kagawa hasn't been bad, per say, it's just that injuries has been bad for his season.

Yeah I currently play for a Division 5 team in Sweden, but I'm 15 years old (16 soon, hehe) and if things go my way, I want to try my luck.

And I guess I'm a bit of a fighter, too. I started playing football a couple of years later than my friends so to compensate for my lack of ball control, I used my big size to my advantage. But I stopped growing and developed in terms of skill, so I'm an 184 cm, rather agressive centerback at the moment. Things might not go my way though as I'm joining the IB program for High School (year 10-12) and it's allegedly rather tough, with a lot of homework.
User avatar #419 - christmouth (07/08/2013) [-]
Injuries and moving to a new country didn't help him, that's for sure, but such players tend to bloom after a year. I know a guy who plays for the u-21 team for FC København, and he's taking some kind of education like that now, so it's just as hard as you make it to be, it's just hard at trying to do everything, and that's why you'll not be able to do some things that you used to do. All the best for the future, I'm going to bed now and goodnight.
#423 - thelivinggun (07/08/2013) [-]
Cheers!
#367 - Oh. Well, still a sick record. Good times, last season Ro…  [+] (6 new replies) 07/08/2013 on football played right 0
User avatar #379 - christmouth (07/08/2013) [-]
Yeah, and it's pretty impressive considered that he was playing for Wolsfburg, who had never won the league before that. I can see why Ronaldo would be one of your favorite, his last years at United were absolute fantastic, and I think that Man Utd are still missing that spark, which they had when Ronaldo where there.
#390 - thelivinggun (07/08/2013) [-]
Exactly my thoughts. I really hope Kagawa can live up to his full potential, but we still need a class winger to be able to win the treble. Anyways, Ronaldo was a huge inspiration for me before but now Nemanja Vidic has become my biggest source of inspiration as I'm a centerback myself and I'm still trying my best to become a great player some day.

Delighted by the fact that I'm actually discussing football on FJ, cheers
User avatar #396 - christmouth (07/08/2013) [-]
Too bad with Kagawa, I though that he would fit in right at the moment, but that hasn't been the case, same with his colleague Nuri Sahin, so failed at Madrid. So you play football? I played a few years back, I sucked at playing it, but I had good stamina and was good a destroying the game to compensate it, so it wasn't too bad.
I really like players like Vidic too, he's a fighter, and there aren't a lot of them now a days. And always nice to discuss football with someone, cheers to you too.
#409 - thelivinggun (07/08/2013) [-]
Kagawa hasn't been bad, per say, it's just that injuries has been bad for his season.

Yeah I currently play for a Division 5 team in Sweden, but I'm 15 years old (16 soon, hehe) and if things go my way, I want to try my luck.

And I guess I'm a bit of a fighter, too. I started playing football a couple of years later than my friends so to compensate for my lack of ball control, I used my big size to my advantage. But I stopped growing and developed in terms of skill, so I'm an 184 cm, rather agressive centerback at the moment. Things might not go my way though as I'm joining the IB program for High School (year 10-12) and it's allegedly rather tough, with a lot of homework.
User avatar #419 - christmouth (07/08/2013) [-]
Injuries and moving to a new country didn't help him, that's for sure, but such players tend to bloom after a year. I know a guy who plays for the u-21 team for FC København, and he's taking some kind of education like that now, so it's just as hard as you make it to be, it's just hard at trying to do everything, and that's why you'll not be able to do some things that you used to do. All the best for the future, I'm going to bed now and goodnight.
#423 - thelivinggun (07/08/2013) [-]
Cheers!
#326 - I guess. Didn't he score like 30 odd goals in 28 games for Wol…  [+] (8 new replies) 07/08/2013 on football played right 0
User avatar #327 - christmouth (07/08/2013) [-]
he scored 28 goals in 25 matches in the Bundesliga. He was fantastic at that time alongside Dzeko.
#367 - thelivinggun (07/08/2013) [-]
Oh. Well, still a sick record.
Good times, last season Ronaldo was at United, too, I believe. I happen to be a United fan and Ronaldo's debut against Bolton was one of the first games I saw, he instantly became my favourite player.
User avatar #379 - christmouth (07/08/2013) [-]
Yeah, and it's pretty impressive considered that he was playing for Wolsfburg, who had never won the league before that. I can see why Ronaldo would be one of your favorite, his last years at United were absolute fantastic, and I think that Man Utd are still missing that spark, which they had when Ronaldo where there.
#390 - thelivinggun (07/08/2013) [-]
Exactly my thoughts. I really hope Kagawa can live up to his full potential, but we still need a class winger to be able to win the treble. Anyways, Ronaldo was a huge inspiration for me before but now Nemanja Vidic has become my biggest source of inspiration as I'm a centerback myself and I'm still trying my best to become a great player some day.

Delighted by the fact that I'm actually discussing football on FJ, cheers
User avatar #396 - christmouth (07/08/2013) [-]
Too bad with Kagawa, I though that he would fit in right at the moment, but that hasn't been the case, same with his colleague Nuri Sahin, so failed at Madrid. So you play football? I played a few years back, I sucked at playing it, but I had good stamina and was good a destroying the game to compensate it, so it wasn't too bad.
I really like players like Vidic too, he's a fighter, and there aren't a lot of them now a days. And always nice to discuss football with someone, cheers to you too.
#409 - thelivinggun (07/08/2013) [-]
Kagawa hasn't been bad, per say, it's just that injuries has been bad for his season.

Yeah I currently play for a Division 5 team in Sweden, but I'm 15 years old (16 soon, hehe) and if things go my way, I want to try my luck.

And I guess I'm a bit of a fighter, too. I started playing football a couple of years later than my friends so to compensate for my lack of ball control, I used my big size to my advantage. But I stopped growing and developed in terms of skill, so I'm an 184 cm, rather agressive centerback at the moment. Things might not go my way though as I'm joining the IB program for High School (year 10-12) and it's allegedly rather tough, with a lot of homework.
User avatar #419 - christmouth (07/08/2013) [-]
Injuries and moving to a new country didn't help him, that's for sure, but such players tend to bloom after a year. I know a guy who plays for the u-21 team for FC København, and he's taking some kind of education like that now, so it's just as hard as you make it to be, it's just hard at trying to do everything, and that's why you'll not be able to do some things that you used to do. All the best for the future, I'm going to bed now and goodnight.
#423 - thelivinggun (07/08/2013) [-]
Cheers!
#251 - What happened to him? I remember him being a absolute boss.  [+] (10 new replies) 07/08/2013 on football played right 0
User avatar #264 - christmouth (07/08/2013) [-]
He was pretty old at that moment, when he topped, so it's only natural for him, as a 34 year old, to play at an Arabian Club.
#326 - thelivinggun (07/08/2013) [-]
I guess. Didn't he score like 30 odd goals in 28 games for Wolfsburg 2008/2009?
User avatar #327 - christmouth (07/08/2013) [-]
he scored 28 goals in 25 matches in the Bundesliga. He was fantastic at that time alongside Dzeko.
#367 - thelivinggun (07/08/2013) [-]
Oh. Well, still a sick record.
Good times, last season Ronaldo was at United, too, I believe. I happen to be a United fan and Ronaldo's debut against Bolton was one of the first games I saw, he instantly became my favourite player.
User avatar #379 - christmouth (07/08/2013) [-]
Yeah, and it's pretty impressive considered that he was playing for Wolsfburg, who had never won the league before that. I can see why Ronaldo would be one of your favorite, his last years at United were absolute fantastic, and I think that Man Utd are still missing that spark, which they had when Ronaldo where there.
#390 - thelivinggun (07/08/2013) [-]
Exactly my thoughts. I really hope Kagawa can live up to his full potential, but we still need a class winger to be able to win the treble. Anyways, Ronaldo was a huge inspiration for me before but now Nemanja Vidic has become my biggest source of inspiration as I'm a centerback myself and I'm still trying my best to become a great player some day.

Delighted by the fact that I'm actually discussing football on FJ, cheers
User avatar #396 - christmouth (07/08/2013) [-]
Too bad with Kagawa, I though that he would fit in right at the moment, but that hasn't been the case, same with his colleague Nuri Sahin, so failed at Madrid. So you play football? I played a few years back, I sucked at playing it, but I had good stamina and was good a destroying the game to compensate it, so it wasn't too bad.
I really like players like Vidic too, he's a fighter, and there aren't a lot of them now a days. And always nice to discuss football with someone, cheers to you too.
#409 - thelivinggun (07/08/2013) [-]
Kagawa hasn't been bad, per say, it's just that injuries has been bad for his season.

Yeah I currently play for a Division 5 team in Sweden, but I'm 15 years old (16 soon, hehe) and if things go my way, I want to try my luck.

And I guess I'm a bit of a fighter, too. I started playing football a couple of years later than my friends so to compensate for my lack of ball control, I used my big size to my advantage. But I stopped growing and developed in terms of skill, so I'm an 184 cm, rather agressive centerback at the moment. Things might not go my way though as I'm joining the IB program for High School (year 10-12) and it's allegedly rather tough, with a lot of homework.
User avatar #419 - christmouth (07/08/2013) [-]
Injuries and moving to a new country didn't help him, that's for sure, but such players tend to bloom after a year. I know a guy who plays for the u-21 team for FC København, and he's taking some kind of education like that now, so it's just as hard as you make it to be, it's just hard at trying to do everything, and that's why you'll not be able to do some things that you used to do. All the best for the future, I'm going to bed now and goodnight.
#423 - thelivinggun (07/08/2013) [-]
Cheers!
#139 - This. If we (Sweden) want our economy to grow, we can't exclud…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/08/2013 on Capn Swidn -1
User avatar #161 - gabemczombie (07/08/2013) [-]
I have nothing against immigrants in general. It's just that the ones that are a-holes barely have any right to be here. It's like it always is, a few bad apples spoil the bunch.
#152 - anonymous (07/08/2013) [-]
That's because the Swedes that haven't fled Malmö are retarded cultural marxists.
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