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Does anyone else find this "DavidM" really cute?

Posted: 02-06-2006 21:02
by amylea
Stop using your photos in puzzles, it's distracting.

Posted: 02-06-2006 21:06
by Kisa

Posted: 02-06-2006 21:10
by snackbar
who thinks amylea and davidm are the same ip address? ;)

yes he is a cutie.

Posted: 02-06-2006 21:12
by Kisa
Only if DavidM suddenly moved to Canada :)

Posted: 03-06-2006 00:04
by frkyjenn
First snackbar and now amylea. Those canadian women are very flirtatious towards them German boys. ;)

Posted: 03-06-2006 00:05
by Kisa
Looks like that :D

Posted: 03-06-2006 01:09
by Sam_Atoms
One of my great-grandparents was from Germany... :)

Posted: 03-06-2006 01:11
by snackbar
When i was in germany it was like walking into a candy store. I'll refrain from the x-rated story for the sake of this site.
It's the accent. i think german accents are sexy.

Posted: 03-06-2006 01:21
by frkyjenn
hahaha... I can imagine the Xrated story. ;)

Posted: 03-06-2006 13:21
by kewangji
only if DavidM suddenly moved to Canada
didn't u no he did?

Posted: 03-06-2006 16:06
by sandbagger
do german women like canadian men? a canadian friend of mine is currently residing in germany.......

don't think canadian women like irish men though, my friends didnt have too much luck in love in vancouver last year!!

Posted: 04-06-2006 01:10
by froggy
It's the accent. i think german accents are sexy.

are you serious? this is the only accent that I can't stand at all. maybe it's because I'm hearing it all the time. And I'm afraid that I'm having it a little bit, too... :-(

Posted: 04-06-2006 01:14
by snackbar
french/italian/spanish = soft accent = romantic.

german = hard, rough accent = sexy.

Posted: 04-06-2006 01:26
by Kisa
Funny thing is, Germany does not only have lots of dialects, each of them has its own accent, too (when you hear them talking in English) :D
For example, a Saxon speaking English sounds quite different from a Bavarian speaking English, or someone from Berlin :D

Posted: 04-06-2006 01:36
by snackbar
yeah. my friends taught me to count haha, and they use the hard sounding g in vierzig, etc. and then my teacher here was from hamburg and she taught us the soft g, kinda shhh sound.
i hate pronouncing that damn ich sound!