Separate names with a comma.
It's cool, puberty blockers are completely safe and have no irreversible effects.
That sheep codpiece is pretty awesome, though.
No, "Der Mann isst Brot nicht" is just wrong grammatically. Can't explain why, but it feels wrong ^^
The first makes sense as "The man doesn't eat bread", as in, no bread at all.
The second should be "Der Mann isst das Brot nicht", meaning that...
Or: Das Kind ist nicht erwachsen.
Sounds like a bruh moment right there.
Dunno about F2SE and so on, though.
Please use the edit button in the future, multiple posts just clutter up the forum after a while.
Can't change back the read/write settings on the folder?
Seems like it's pretty buggered, might require a completely new install.
Well, at least you were born with an overabundance of imagination.
Die Humanisten seem quite interesting.
I'm against their whole "Federal States of Europe" thing, at least for the foreseeable future, but the...
Yeah. But all the major parties here push the same shit.
At least we have some fresh smaller parties that are still idealistic and not overrun by...
I'm not too fond of those predictions, but getting away from fossile fuels, overproduction, plastic waste and so on is definitely an important...
Yeah, I'm from that area originally, and kinda grew up favouring Borussia Mönchengladbach by nature, them being the biggest team close by. It's...
It's about 20% voting for the former SED and 20% voting for AfD. Given that I actually vote for the former SED, I'd actually agree with you, just...
The great thing about socialism is that at some point it manages to run out of even infinite money.
Yep, sounds reasonable.
Which is kind of a silly urban myth, because "Ich bin ein Berliner" is perfectly fine grammatically and does say exactly what he intended to.
He has serbian roots, but has been in Germany for most, if not all of his life.
It's more like "That does nothing", meaning "it's fine" or "no harm done".
No, word position is important in German.
More like "You are not next in line".
"Dran sein" or "Als Nächster dran sein" means "being next in line".