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Posted by2 hours ago

外围体育投注As of now I have to pay Doppelmiete for a month. But I'd like to save this amount and I'm looking for ways to manipulate / convince my OCD Hauptmieter not to veto every applicant that shows interest in the room...

Let me know your tricks!

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Why is there so much animosity between turkish and german people? No other place in Europe talks about turkish people like germans

Did something happen in the past?

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Posted by20 hours ago

外围体育投注I've never been to Germany but I'm planning to go in December

I'm planning on either Frankfurt or Berlin

外围体育投注So I have the choice of East Germany or West Germany, but which is better?

What other small towns or mid-size cities are worth checking out?

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United States
12 hours ago

外围体育投注So I herd something about hate speech being banned in Germany, is that true or is it different?

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United Kingdom
18 hours ago

Assuming you didn't have the hindsight we have now.

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Posted by1 day ago

外围体育投注Many Americans consider themselves German-American. Would you claim many of these Americans to be of Germanish if they visited Germany?

Zum Beispiel: Ich habe drei Jahren in Stuttgart gelebt und gestudiert. Jetzt, ich wohne in Amerika. Ich spreche ein bisschen Deutsch, aber rostig. Auch, meine Großeltern hat von Bayern nach dem USA umgezogen. Mein Nachname ist auch Kraus in Englisch und Krauß auf Deutsch.

I apologize for my poor German, it’s been nearly 5 years since I went to a German school and very few people speak German in the United States. I would consider myself somewhat Germanish (I think I’m legally able to apply for German citizenship) but I obviously do not live in Germany and the closest German family I have is some first cousins I rarely see in Munich.

外围体育投注Thank you all!

Edit: I was interested in seeing what Germans think compared to Americans. After I came back to the states from Germany, everyone treated me in school stateside as if I were German, so it made me feel as if I were some odd mix between the two when I was young.

外围体育投注Edit two: I’m not trying to say I am basically a German- I know I am an American with a uniquely German experience and German heritage. Furthermore, I apologize if I offended anyone in any way with this post. Thanks again!

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