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Here's the last of what I will say on the World Cup. I have three points. In regards to the 7-1 game, I was actually pretty surprised by the response. Of course there was the immediate depression and sadness that comes with being internationally humiliated (AKA my last post), but just that night. After that, well people just picked up and moved on. ...
... and translation of the chants into English proved these guys weren't just here for fun. However, in the end the Argies played a better game and the Dutch went home yet again. Robben and other star Dutch players are getting on a bit and this most likely marked their last world cup, you could feel how much it meant to such quality athletes to be sent home when victory seemed so close.
At this ...
Today is a very important day because my classmates are presenting our last master's group work and at the same time, it is the last day of my Master's program. I have been thinking of them and feeling not so good about not being there supporting my team and celebrating the end of two incredible years together. Anyway, I am here now and I don't want to miss anything by being worried about something that can not be changed.
... into our hands in a bid to gain our custom, the fishmongers were selling fish you'd expect to see on Robson Green's Extreme Fishing and one stall was even selling Duff beer! Kelly thought she'd make a purchase and went for a strange sweet orange-looking fruit only to find out at the checkout that it cost £10. Quite a lot for an orange.
We had a delicious feijoada for late lunch and dragged our sorry hungover selves back to bed at ...
... first before other debts, make a down payment of up to 60% on the loan and even will prepay their mortgage so they can own their home outright.
The presentation ended earlier than expected so Fernando took us to a vast, lavish mall for a one hour shopping spree. First we had to figure out why there were different prices on the articles. In Brazil, people buy everything on installments.
Lunch was at the ...