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Any germans out there?

Postby CK » Tue, 18 Jan 2005 2:04 pm

Hi,
I am living in Singapore since a while and I miss the german culture (eg. drinking german beer). If you want to share some german habits far away from our home country, please leave a message!
Cheers
CK

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Postby sonia888 » Tue, 18 Jan 2005 7:53 pm

You may want to check out the WNDC (Wednesday Night Drinking Club). A few Germans there too ... They might be able to link you to the German community.
Bis vielleicht am Mittwoch beim WNDC im Coolies?
Tschuess.

c-h-e

Postby c-h-e » Wed, 19 Jan 2005 8:51 am

Genau komm doch ins Coolies heute und treffe ein paar Deutsche.

See you there,
c-h-e :-)

Hauke

Bier nicht, aber Brot :-)

Postby Hauke » Wed, 26 Jan 2005 7:20 pm

Tag auch an die Community,
das letzte Treffen habe ich wohl verpasst, aber vielleicht im Februar. Bis dahin: Wo gibt es gutes Brot in Singapur? Ach, und vermisst jemand den Karneval? Ich als "alter" Kölner schon....viele Grüße an alle...:-)

What???

Postby What??? » Thu, 27 Jan 2005 3:26 pm

die Oper Töne, die aber gut sind, die Klippe ist zu tief, damit ich rüber springe.

Guest

Postby Guest » Thu, 27 Jan 2005 4:45 pm

du Opfer

German guest

Bierchen

Postby German guest » Fri, 28 Jan 2005 10:30 am

oh ja, Karneval...

Da sin mir DABEIII, Das ist PRIIIIMAA... VIVA... !!

guest II

Re: Bierchen

Postby guest II » Fri, 28 Jan 2005 10:34 am

@Sonia888: r u having this Wednesday nite drinking session next week as well?
I wud lov 2 join.

Guest

Re: Bierchen

Postby Guest » Sat, 05 Feb 2005 12:59 am

guest II wrote:@Sonia888: r u having this Wednesday nite drinking session next week as well?
I wud lov 2 join.


guten tag guest :!: illa soso penniliaze eten bollgiriah :lol:

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Postby sonia888 » Sat, 05 Feb 2005 7:47 am

@Hauke :

Richtig gutes Brot in Singapur?... Das ist schwierig...Die Schweizer Backerei Hiestand hat eines, das ich ganz ok finde : Twist Bread... Im Laden des Regent Hotels gibt es eine Art Graubrot/Rogenmischbrot, das ok ist (habe dummerweise vergessen, wie es heisst) und im Cafe Les Amis (Botanischer Garten) kann man ein Bavarian Rye erstehen, das auch recht gut ist.... Das sind zumindest meine "Lieblingsbrote" in Singapur :)
Enjoy!

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Postby sonia888 » Sat, 05 Feb 2005 7:52 am

@ guest II

Since many of the regulars of the WNDC (Wednesday Night Drinking Club) are out of town during the CNY, we are not sure yet, if we will meet up on Wed, 9-Feb-04.
Please keep an eye on the board here. If it's ON, we will post it. It will definitely be "ON" on Wednesday the 16-Feb-05

Hope to see you there :)
Cheers!

Guest

Re: Any germans out there?

Postby Guest » Sun, 06 Feb 2005 2:32 am

CK wrote:Hi,
I am living in Singapore since a while and I miss the german culture (eg. drinking german beer). If you want to share some german habits far away from our home country, please leave a message!
Cheers
CK


Hi, and I lived in Germany for many long years, howcome, you never invited people to go out drinking with you over there :?: :x

There is no end to German rudeness and arrogance :!: :shock:

Guest

Postby Guest » Sun, 06 Feb 2005 2:34 am

sonia888 wrote:@Hauke :

Richtig gutes Brot in Singapur?... Das ist schwierig...Die Schweizer Backerei Hiestand hat eines, das ich ganz ok finde : Twist Bread... Im Laden des Regent Hotels gibt es eine Art Graubrot/Rogenmischbrot, das ok ist (habe dummerweise vergessen, wie es heisst) und im Cafe Les Amis (Botanischer Garten) kann man ein Bavarian Rye erstehen, das auch recht gut ist.... Das sind zumindest meine "Lieblingsbrote" in Singapur :)
Enjoy!


Germans and their food is fu...... ORRIBLE :!: Orrible German people and nasty manners :!: :twisted:

GuestV

german

Postby GuestV » Tue, 08 Feb 2005 12:20 pm

U are free not to meet them... u must have a very unproblematic life if you bother about such things and u take the time to answer such 'unrespectful' words :lol:
Imagine the world having the same food everywhere!! how boring? is that what u look for? u must be a very bored person... i fellpity 4 you :shock:


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