¿domingo sin resaca?...nunca hay suerte para la gente honrada:))quiero mi Sydänpuu !!
Joo, mutta siitä nyt on jo aikaa, eikä se sitäpaitsi oikeasti ollut mies vaan ruma nainen.
As always, google translate isn't much of a help... Someday, i´ll learn finnish... soon as I find a place to study it... until then, you should put on the subtitles, jani!
Oho oletko tehnyt parannuksen?
Ei täydellistä voi parantaa
Totta.No oli varmaan mukavaa kun ei ollut krapulaa?
Hahahahah xD! you can live without a hangover, is not that bad ;)
Yeah, yesterday I drank half a beer to celebrate and today I got fever. Fever!! Way to go me..
First time I've heard someone complain about not having a hangover, lol :P x
I'm not complaining, merely observing, and finding my lack of faith disturbing :)
Jani, have you heard about Timo Tolkki's new metal opera "Avalon"?
Hey Jani, as i've said in another comment I am a Christian and of course in America, the Christian world comes with the stigma that "drinking is sin," which I have never agreed with but never really given much thought to. Recently in the past few months i've discovered that I really enjoy the taste of beer and am learning different things I like and don't like (DO NOT LIKE IPAs lol) but I know you love beer, so I was wondering which ones you like, what you recommend?
I''m no connoisseur with beers, although I do enjoy them. I think my personal favorite is Warsteiner. In general I've had good experiences with German beers, and you can't really go wrong with the big mainstream names like Carlsberg etc., there's a reason why they are popular. I'd strongly advice you to stay away from Budweiser , as I find it very watery. Unless of course that is your thing, then by all means :)
I'll look into those. All of the generally popular beers in America (Budweiser, Miller, Coors, Michelob, Busch, etc) I really have no interest in trying. I get the impression that they're more designed for drunks than for those who love the taste of beer. Haha. I've found that i really like Yuengling and there's one called Goose Island, they have a brew called 312 that I enjoyed. But there's so many different kinds, it's an exciting world to explore.