Discussion in 'News' started by Solar, Jun 3, 2019.
I should be surprised on he derailment, but I am not..
Never bake with salted butter, ever.
And "Amazons" is a lovely colloquial term for giant (in stature) women.
Get ready to squint. Looks like a new sniper shot is up.
Seeing shoes instead of boots really throws me off here. I cant tell if the above area is pants or armored plates
New CSU maybe?
Is it the sole picture that we have ?
Looks like TAK. probably the Strelok BSG coming out in like 2 months.
It is similar to Nomads shoes .
Everyone's allowed their free times in shoes!
having a good look at some other Ariadnan boots [specifically the T2 Marksman Rifle Strelok], I think Mike is right on the money. It's certainly Ariadnan. I'm hoping it'll be that boarding shotgun strelok now too.
Clearly it's Nahab running shoes.
"Må jeg have wienerbrød?"
They call it a 'Vienna Bread', because it was introduced to Denmark by Austrian bakers.
This begs the question as to what the Viennese call them?
Plundergebäck or Plunderteig, I gather.
Which...I think...translates as Puff Pastry.
That, or they close the loop and call them Danishes. :)
Could be worse...
You could call Cream Puffs "shoe cream" and wash it down with some refreshing "cow piss"... all while watching a cartoon that translates to RedBeanPasteBreadMan.
Time to beat feet.
Are you kickin' me out ?
Wiener Bread in Wien is called Kopenhagener, of course! (It's attributed to a Danish baker who hired Austrian workers to circumvent a strike in Kopenhagen, these workers brought the tradition of baking the dough they are made from with them)
Like everything good in the Nordics, we imported* the idea or culture from elsewhere and remade it in our own image.
* "stole" is such a harsh word.
Is that bad Google translate or something?
Our language is waaaay too fucked up to be such a simple and short sentence.
"Kan jeg få et stykke wienerbrød?"
Is how you ask for a Danish in Denmark but "wienerbrød" is a broad term, so asking for something specific, like a Danish with cream, would be like:
"Kan jeg få et stykke spandauer med creme?"