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Durif. I don’t know much about wine and never heard of it before today. Apparently it’s a French invention, but never made it big there. Then came the Australians. :) It’s a surprisingly big wine, very dark, shiny and tannic.

Durif. I don’t know much about wine and never heard of it before today. Apparently it’s a French invention, but never made it big there. Then came the Australians. :) It’s a surprisingly big wine, very dark, shiny and tannic.

Not that it makes any sense but yes, you can combine automatic public taps with the fine British tradition of keeping hot and cold water separate.  (at Wyevale Garden Centre)

Not that it makes any sense but yes, you can combine automatic public taps with the fine British tradition of keeping hot and cold water separate. (at Wyevale Garden Centre)

deadmanride:

cptempathy:

fritzkandur:

ikkenhissatsu:

avagyte:

agikasirdogal:

avagyte:

k0romorr:

agikasirdogal:

ez mi?:(

retek-rebarbara-karalábé-articsóka marcipánból

és ez fini?

én elképzelni sem tudom:(édes? sós? savanyú? keserű?miért van benne MÁK?

"Enyhén savanykás, dinnyére emlékeztető ízű exkluzív növény amely nagyon trendi napjainkban."
exluzív

Ha ez az, amire gondolok, akkor egy Thaiföldi repülőjegy áráért már kétpofára lehet is enni. Nem, a nevét nem tudom.

valaki árulja már el, hogy ez mi a faszom.

sárkánygyümölcs, őszintén meglep, h ennyi reglobban senki nem írta
kaktusz gyümölcs gyakorlatilag
annyira azért nem picsakurvadrága

Cserebe iztelen szagtalan. Csak dekoracionak jo.

Ó, ez buah naga az indonézeknél, van belőle piros húsú is, de az se jobb.

deadmanride:

cptempathy:

fritzkandur:

ikkenhissatsu:

avagyte:

agikasirdogal:

avagyte:

k0romorr:

agikasirdogal:

ez mi?:(

retek-rebarbara-karalábé-articsóka marcipánból

és ez fini?

én elképzelni sem tudom:(
édes? sós? savanyú? keserű?
miért van benne MÁK?

"Enyhén savanykás, dinnyére emlékeztető ízű exkluzív növény amely nagyon trendi napjainkban."

exluzív

Ha ez az, amire gondolok, akkor egy Thaiföldi repülőjegy áráért már kétpofára lehet is enni. Nem, a nevét nem tudom.

valaki árulja már el, hogy ez mi a faszom.

sárkánygyümölcs, őszintén meglep, h ennyi reglobban senki nem írta

kaktusz gyümölcs gyakorlatilag

annyira azért nem picsakurvadrága

Cserebe iztelen szagtalan. Csak dekoracionak jo.

Ó, ez buah naga az indonézeknél, van belőle piros húsú is, de az se jobb.

radomanci:

muszeresz:

kéne minden magyar munkahelyre egy tejfölautomata.

Valid!

Az EU biztosíthatná ez más tagállamokban is ott, ahol magyar dolgozik.

did-you-kno:

Source 

Íme, a patinás vitustánc szavunk eredete.

did-you-kno:

Source 

Íme, a patinás vitustánc szavunk eredete.

did-you-kno:

Source 

Íme, a patinás vitustánc szavunk eredete. Számomra most derült ki, hogy eleink végiggoázták a középkort. De miért nem tanultuk ezt történelemből? http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dancing_plague

did-you-kno:

Source 

Íme, a patinás vitustánc szavunk eredete. Számomra most derült ki, hogy eleink végiggoázták a középkort. De miért nem tanultuk ezt történelemből?

http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dancing_plague

kellene egy szó arra,

ugysenezem:

amikor írsz egy anont, megválaszolják, viszontválaszolnál, de közben egy másik anon megelőz, és úgy ír, mint Dropkick Murphyste és hát nem tudod letagadni, mert nem vállaltad a neved.

"lúzerség"?

Még mindig van csirkemáj a sarkon, csak most épp húspultos nincs, mert kicsit elhúzódott a déli imaszünet. A bolt többi része azért nyitva.

vampirpillango:

Midnight Sun | Iceland

Midnight Sun: A natural phenomenon occurring in the summer months north of the Arctic Circle and south of the Antarctic Circle where the sun never fully sets and remains visible 24 hours a day.”

egy egészen picit talán érdemes lett volna jobban megszínezni.

eszpee:

vicemag:

We Asked an Expert How London Could Gain Independence from the UK
Declaring independence is all the rage in international politics. Recently, Venice voted overwhelmingly in favor of becoming an independent city-state, while over in the UK, the Scots are debating whether to consign the Union Jack to the dust bin of history. And ever since the whole Crimea incident, rumors have been flying around that Taiwan will formally attempt to declare independence from China, and that Misrata will attempt to do the same in Libya.
What if the next big independence movement happened closer to, say, Britain’s capital? With a booming population and established trading links with the rest of the world, could London’s people go to it alone?
It’s an idea that’s been mooted a few times, not least by former Mayor Ken Livingstone. When asked what he wanted for London during the 2012 elections, he claimed he wanted a “Republic of London,” and that the city could be improved if other areas of the UK weren’t so busy sucking all the blood out of it. According to Ken, London generates £10–£20 billion (about $15–$30 billion) more in tax for the UK than it receives in public expenditure, making it the cashcow of the UK’s feckless regions.
How feasible would London’s independence claim be? After convincing him this wasn’t a joke, I spoke to Dr. James Ker-Lindsay, a senior research fellow at the London School of Economics who specializes in secession movements.
VICE: Hi, James. What would London have to do to prepare a claim to independence?James Ker-Lindsay:  First of all, if it were to have any hope of success—by which I mean it would receive widespread international support—a formal process would have to be agreed. With Scotland, for example, there’s an agreed process by which it must prepare its independence claim, which will have been negotiated through democratic and legal processes. With London, the same would have to happen.
What are those processes?It would have to start with a referendum. The wish for independence would have to be expressed. To do this, the central government is usually expected to agree to such a vote; it could take place without permission, but it would have no real effect and would probably just be ignored. In the case of London, this seems a very unlikely prospect. Unlike Scotland or Wales, which have their own historical character, London’s always been an integral part of England. Moreover, considering how interwoven London is with the rest of England, and its wealth, it just seems difficult to see how any government would ever agree to such a vote.
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budapestet talan kicsit konnyebb lenne kiszervezni

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eszpee:

vicemag:

We Asked an Expert How London Could Gain Independence from the UK

Declaring independence is all the rage in international politics. Recently, Venice voted overwhelmingly in favor of becoming an independent city-state, while over in the UK, the Scots are debating whether to consign the Union Jack to the dust bin of history. And ever since the whole Crimea incident, rumors have been flying around that Taiwan will formally attempt to declare independence from China, and that Misrata will attempt to do the same in Libya.

What if the next big independence movement happened closer to, say, Britain’s capital? With a booming population and established trading links with the rest of the world, could London’s people go to it alone?

It’s an idea that’s been mooted a few times, not least by former Mayor Ken Livingstone. When asked what he wanted for London during the 2012 elections, he claimed he wanted a “Republic of London,” and that the city could be improved if other areas of the UK weren’t so busy sucking all the blood out of it. According to Ken, London generates £10–£20 billion (about $15–$30 billion) more in tax for the UK than it receives in public expenditure, making it the cashcow of the UK’s feckless regions.

How feasible would London’s independence claim be? After convincing him this wasn’t a joke, I spoke to Dr. James Ker-Lindsay, a senior research fellow at the London School of Economics who specializes in secession movements.

VICE: Hi, James. What would London have to do to prepare a claim to independence?
James Ker-Lindsay:  First of all, if it were to have any hope of success—by which I mean it would receive widespread international support—a formal process would have to be agreed. With Scotland, for example, there’s an agreed process by which it must prepare its independence claim, which will have been negotiated through democratic and legal processes. With London, the same would have to happen.

What are those processes?
It would have to start with a referendum. The wish for independence would have to be expressed. To do this, the central government is usually expected to agree to such a vote; it could take place without permission, but it would have no real effect and would probably just be ignored. In the case of London, this seems a very unlikely prospect. Unlike Scotland or Wales, which have their own historical character, London’s always been an integral part of England. Moreover, considering how interwoven London is with the rest of England, and its wealth, it just seems difficult to see how any government would ever agree to such a vote.

Continue

budapestet talan kicsit konnyebb lenne kiszervezni

szerintem ebben a ciklusban nagyjából ki is fogják.
csak mások és máshova, mint szeretnéd.