Aren't they compression shorts with a significant amount of poly?
Edit: Not compression ---- but all poly.
The Danish language. I'm getting to where I can understand it for basic normal conversations, I know how to pronounce things, and I know enough words to usually at least respond to questions reasonably well when written. The grammar is beyond basic. I just totally seize up and fail miserably when I try to speak it.
I learned conversational Icelandic without even studying in under three months. The pronunciation is at least as hard as Danish and the grammar is infinitely more complicated. I've been here for two and I can barely say shit in Danish that's not in a phrasebook, but I can respond in largely grammatically correct danish to texts and emails without even looking words up most of the time.
Kannskje han leser ikke så vel, men han sikkert snakke bedre en jeg.
If you're from a country where a large percent of the population thinks that anyone in their country shouldn't be allowed to have signs in their own language in their own neighborhood, you reaaally feel like a dick when you live in other countries and don't speak the language. Besides, even trying (when you're white) usually gets you preferential treatment compared to people who don't (or aren't white).
Finn jeg så aldrig "fransk kartofler" i kebab huser, bare altid "pomme frites". Helvedes fransker.
Du skal spiser detter for mig, jeg spiser ingen sødt...Jeg fandt dem ikke gode.