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In class going over something to do with L’hopital but I was like I think it’s spelt L’Hôpital jaja akward. -_-

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berlinpeople:

"I was living in the western part of Berlin when the city was still divided. Whenever we visited family in the eastern part of Berlin I smuggled their three favorite things into the GDR: yoghurt, sponges - and fashion magazines. You know, those Burda magazines with the sewing patterns. Because fashion in the GDR was … how can I put it?" She pulls a face and continues: "Well, I ‘d say they tried their best? Lots of women rather made their own clothes instead. But I’m useless at this, I can’t even sew a button back on."

berlinpeople:

"I was living in the western part of Berlin when the city was still divided. Whenever we visited family in the eastern part of Berlin I smuggled their three favorite things into the GDR: yoghurt, sponges - and fashion magazines. You know, those Burda magazines with the sewing patterns. Because fashion in the GDR was … how can I put it?" She pulls a face and continues: "Well, I ‘d say they tried their best? Lots of women rather made their own clothes instead. But I’m useless at this, I can’t even sew a button back on."

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berlinpeople:

"In Colombia I was watching movies in German and there was a lot of ‘krrkrkrrkrr’ going on. German sounded so weird, yet interesting. That’s when I set my mind to live in Germany and learn the language. Now I speak German and I still think it’s weird and interesting at the same time. But being able to speak that ‘krrkrkrrkrr’ is kind of cool and pretty impressive.
The German words that annoy me the most are ‘geht nicht’. So typical: You ask or suggest something and people just reply ‘geht nicht’ - without any further explanation. Why can’t it be done? And what could we do to make it work? But all they give you is a ‘geht nicht’ and then you stand there and wonder what’s going on.”

berlinpeople:

"In Colombia I was watching movies in German and there was a lot of ‘krrkrkrrkrr’ going on. German sounded so weird, yet interesting. That’s when I set my mind to live in Germany and learn the language. Now I speak German and I still think it’s weird and interesting at the same time. But being able to speak that ‘krrkrkrrkrr’ is kind of cool and pretty impressive.
The German words that annoy me the most are ‘geht nicht’. So typical: You ask or suggest something and people just reply ‘geht nicht’ - without any further explanation. Why can’t it be done? And what could we do to make it work? But all they give you is a ‘geht nicht’ and then you stand there and wonder what’s going on.”

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berlinpeople:

"The saddest moment in life was was when my mother died. That still makes me cry. Because no matter how old you are, no matter how much time has passed since - it will always hurt! But let’s concentrate on this little guy: He’s pure joy!"
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“Der traurigste Moment in meinem Leben war als meine Mutter starb. Da muss ich immer noch weinen. Denn egal wie alt man ist oder wie viel Zeit seitdem vergangen ist - es schmerzt immer noch. Aber jetzt konzentrieren wir uns mal auf den Kleinen hier: Der ist die pure Freude!”

berlinpeople:

"The saddest moment in life was was when my mother died. That still makes me cry. Because no matter how old you are, no matter how much time has passed since - it will always hurt! But let’s concentrate on this little guy: He’s pure joy!"

“Der traurigste Moment in meinem Leben war als meine Mutter starb. Da muss ich immer noch weinen. Denn egal wie alt man ist oder wie viel Zeit seitdem vergangen ist - es schmerzt immer noch. Aber jetzt konzentrieren wir uns mal auf den Kleinen hier: Der ist die pure Freude!”

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thebloodinourveins:

Bartek Elsner’s cardboard heart. Elsner is a Berlin-based cardboard sculptor and makes other types of artwork as well. You can check out his other work here

段ボールで作った心臓。段ボールをつかって彫刻を作る、ベルリンーベースの芸術家、バルテク•エルスナーの作品。彼のほかの作品はここに

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jedavu:

Berlin At The End Of World War Two

jedavu:

Berlin At The End Of World War Two

streetsofberlin:

Berlin Mitte,  Nov 2012
M6 + 35mm CV Nokton 1.4 // Tri-X @800  in Xtol

streetsofberlin:

Berlin Mitte,  Nov 2012

M6 + 35mm CV Nokton 1.4 // Tri-X @800  in Xtol

streetberlin:

berlin mohrenstrasse #7
by street photography berlin

streetberlin:

berlin mohrenstrasse #7

by street photography berlin

allthingseurope:

Berlin, Germany (by RiekePhotography)

allthingseurope:

Berlin, Germany (by RiekePhotography)

Bratislava license plate #winning

Bratislava license plate #winning

(via mrjohnsir)

allthingseurope:

Bruges, Belgium (by nasone)

allthingseurope:

Bruges, Belgium (by nasone)

demons-diamonds-djs:

carogables:

The only real life ship that ever matters

Harry ships them so hard you just know it

(Source: georgesus, via closertovictory)


Jennifer Lawrence in “Catching Fire”.

Jennifer Lawrence in “Catching Fire”.

(Source: flexsays, via sophiestry)

"We all want progress, but if you’re on the wrong road, progress means doing an about-turn and walking back to the right road."

C.S. Lewis (via onlinecounsellingcollege)

officialfrenchtoast:

"dinner is ready"

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(via sophiestry)