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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

People who use the phrase, "native tongue".

You should hear how that translates to in my native tongue.
post #40127 of 70046
Translates to a dick.
post #40128 of 70046
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

Translates to a dick.

Does "a dick" mean the same thing in your native tongue as it does in mine? confused.gif
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ffffuuuu.gif
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Originally Posted by Rambo View Post

home is Reykjavik now?

Yeah. I think it is.

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Originally Posted by lasbar View Post

You did settle down very well Liam..
Any talent over there?

Unbelievable. And now I'm single.

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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

My cousin is applying to UCL for scandinavian studies. Why would you even waste your money or your time doing that? Wtf are you gonna do with a degree in scandinavian studies?

Dunno, I'm wasting time in Reykjavík and Copenhagen studying old scandinavian shit. I've actually been able to put together a pretty good network and if I feel like playing with the import/export there's a good deal of money to be made, even in Iceland. Tell her to study Norwegian, a) its easier, b) norwegian sovereign fund.
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Originally Posted by Find Finn View Post

Learn to say rød grød med fløde and open up a danish/swedish food truck.

I doubt a 4 year degree is enough to teach you how to get that right...

Honestly though, all of those "such and such studies" are just a focused liberal arts major. Think of something like history and geography and politics. And like all of the other people who do a major like that, they will probably end up doing nothing related to it.

As long as they think a little bit about what they are doing, there's nothing wrong with that. Study what interests you but make sure you get some work experience in the summers (preferrably explore multiple options over your 4 years) and take a few classes in more practical things. Unless your dream is to be an engineer or work in some quant-heavy finance job...something like that...you can do it with any sort of study.
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Originally Posted by Liam O View Post

Yeah. I think it is.

Well that's a change from earlier. thumbs-up.gif

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Originally Posted by Liam O View Post


Dunno, I'm wasting time in Reykjavík and Copenhagen studying old scandinavian shit. I've actually been able to put together a pretty good network and if I feel like playing with the import/export there's a good deal of money to be made, even in Iceland. Tell her to study Norwegian, a) its easier, b) norwegian sovereign fund.

There's a lot of money to be made in most fields, but also a lot of taxes to be paid. wink.gif

The bigger companies use english as their corporate language, so you don't need to know the language for work at least.

If I was moving here I would choose Stockholm hands down 1. The women 2. Lower taxes 3. The women 4. Nicer and more welcoming people. 5. The women. 6. Cost of living is lower and the quality is higher.
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Originally Posted by otc View Post

I doubt a 4 year degree is enough to teach you how to get that right...

That is only the beginning.
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Originally Posted by Connemara View Post

Women

good luck with that
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

When I see really uber good looking dudes who aren't dressed to their potential.

idk man, i was dressed pretty good when we met.
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Originally Posted by Goldy View Post

I'm a gentleman.  I paid for everything in so much as I laid a $50 on the table & told her to call her husband for a ride home.

It's getting to the point that I about just about ready to give up on getting a girlfriend or getting married.  I was about less than a month away from moving out of my parents house, and I lost my job.  26 months of unemployment & I got a part time, minimum wage job.  After four months of that I got a $14 full time job with a temp agency.  I got a call the Monday evening before Thanksgiving telling me not to come in the next day.  I'm going to be 30 next June & I still live with my parents.  This is what you call failure.

Solidarity, brother. Keep trying. It beats the alternative. Trust me, I've been there. At least you have a roof over your head, food in your belly, and clothes on your back. You could be WAY worse off.
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What kind of woman accepts a dinner invitation from a single guy when she's married?
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

What kind of woman accepts a dinner invitation from a single guy when she's married?
Yeah, this is a woman to avoid.
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Originally Posted by munchausen View Post

What kind of woman accepts a dinner invitation from a single guy when she's married?

A worthless nutjob.
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Fucking face time wont connect via 3G network. Merde!
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...Skype
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It's now 9am and I've been awake since 2am thanks to jet lag.
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