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Leonidas
2003-10-09, 16:31:09
"English forum" users only!


Note: Only registered users with 30 posts minimum are allowed to vote.



PS @ Mods: DONT change ANYTHING on this poll, it crashes the japanese/kyrillian/greek/chinese characters.

Tigershark
2003-10-09, 17:52:37
Are we supposed to comment on this or aren't we ?

As I already mentioned back in the native speakers thread ( http://www.forum-3dcenter.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?s=&threadid=95132 ), i originally come from Brighton, England. :)

bacardiman07
2003-10-09, 23:36:22
Germany

MadManniMan
2003-10-10, 23:25:51
Germany 'n' proud about :up:

...by the way: some terms confuse me! Magyarország, Hrvatska aren't really familiar to me :|

Asuka
2003-10-11, 01:13:57
Original geschrieben von MadManniMan
Germany 'n' proud about :up:

...by the way: some terms confuse me! Magyarország, Hrvatska aren't really familiar to me :| Yes... and you can't even pronounce the latter without making a knot into yout tongue :o Who the hell voted for that one ?(

Leonidas
2003-10-11, 02:51:52
Original geschrieben von MadManniMan
Germany 'n' proud about :up:

...by the way: some terms confuse me! Magyarország, Hrvatska aren't really familiar to me :|


Hehe. Extra big "Kopfnüsse" 4u.

Leonidas
2003-10-11, 02:52:38
Original geschrieben von Asuka
Who the hell voted for that one ?(


A dude from Kroatia.

MarioK
2003-10-11, 12:52:36
@Leonidas
Croatia ...

@all
http://www.croatia-in-english.com/

http://www.croatia.hr

mAxmUrdErEr
2003-10-11, 22:25:53
Original geschrieben von MadManniMan
...by the way: some terms confuse me! Magyarország, Hrvatska aren't really familiar to me :|

i think Magyarország is Ungarn (Hungary) but i'm sure Hrvatska is Croatia and this is the place where i come from... although i have austrian "staatsbürgerschaft" :D

Leonidas
2003-10-12, 03:32:50
Original geschrieben von mAxmUrdErEr
i think Magyarország is Ungarn (Hungary)


:up:

MadManniMan
2003-10-12, 04:17:41
Original geschrieben von mAxmUrdErEr
i think Magyarország is Ungarn (Hungary)

Woah! I still can't relly believe what you are writing, although it seems to be correct... I would habe thought about something like "Madagaskar" :D

But it is the same problem with "Suomi" - Finland. Both Hungary and Finland don't belong to the "indoeuropäischer" language area and so the native description doesn't even rudimentaly have to be alike "our" terms...

Original geschrieben von mAxmUrdErEr
but i'm sure Hrvatska is Croatia and this is the place where i come from... although i have austrian "staatsbürgerschaft" :D

Nice combo! ;)

Aqualon
2003-10-12, 17:00:17
Original geschrieben von MadManniMan
"indoeuropäischer"

In english Indo-European (http://www.ling.upenn.edu/~kurisuto/germanic/language_resources.html)

Aqua

DocEW
2003-10-13, 16:26:57
Original geschrieben von mAxmUrdErEr
i think Magyarország is Ungarn (Hungary) but i'm sure Hrvatska is Croatia and this is the place where i come from... although i have austrian "staatsbürgerschaft" :D
Yeah, I still know "Magyar Posta" from my stamp collection... :D

pubi
2003-10-13, 18:19:28
I'm german. My "ancestors" are from "Schlesien" and Poland.

mapel110
2003-10-14, 04:06:35
<-- german

but hopefully I will sometimes move to another country. germany a whole life?! :no:

Tigershark
2003-10-14, 09:22:17
Original geschrieben von mAxmUrdErEr
although i have austrian "staatsbürgerschaft" :D


citizenship :)

Leonidas
2003-10-15, 20:52:00
New Zealand? Who?

GUNDAM
2003-10-15, 22:03:53
I'm from Germany. But my grandparents come from Prussia.

DrumDub
2003-10-16, 12:41:48
Original geschrieben von Jean-Luc Picard
I'm from Germany. But my grandparents come from Prussia.

well, prussia is a part of germany. or do you mean east-prussia?

GUNDAM
2003-10-16, 13:17:24
Original geschrieben von DrumDub
well, prussia is a part of germany. or do you mean east-prussia?

Yes, I mean East-Prussia. I had forget to write it.

DrumDub
2003-10-17, 16:14:31
Original geschrieben von Jean-Luc Picard
Yes, I mean East-Prussia. I had forget to write it.

my grandfather (on the paternal side) comes also form east-prussia. :)

Karlsson
2003-10-19, 02:52:49
:uhippie:

ElHive
2003-10-20, 21:59:45
Well, I haven't wrote in this forum, yet. But I read a lot although technical discussions in Englisch are like a book with seven seals (whats the similar saying in English for that) to me *g*

And were the hell is Swabia on that list above? ;D

Das gute A
2003-10-21, 22:06:44
Germany, Düsseldorf :)

Regards,
das gute A

Maki
2003-11-02, 22:01:51
Maki comes from Germany. But my ancestors came from different parts of Europe. They had a lot of fun :D

Gast
2003-11-18, 19:46:41
I have been living in Hessen since my birth, but who the hell is from "New Zealand" ?

Gast
2003-11-18, 19:51:53
Original geschrieben von DrumDub
well, prussia is a part of germany. or do you mean east-prussia?

Wasn't East Prussia before the 1. World War a Part of Germany too ?

The Heel
2003-11-29, 11:13:52
germany!!

Popeljoe
2003-12-06, 14:58:31
Original geschrieben von Gast
Wasn't East Prussia before the 1. World War a Part of Germany too ?
Well, to be precize, it was part of Germany till WW2 ended.
Me = Germanski ;)
Popeljoe

Ailuros
2003-12-10, 14:02:52
Beware Ailuros bearing gifts :D

Hauwech
2003-12-13, 00:17:07
West-Germany for me. :) My parents are from East-Prussia.

MiamiNice
2003-12-27, 03:36:35
I am German, but want to live in Nederlands :-)

Shao-Domi
2004-01-07, 06:02:24
My dad's from Leipzig / East Germany, but he fled to the West in the early 60's with others of my German family. My mom's from Hong Kong, and that's where I am right now. Just working for three months, gather experience and have some fun. ;) A month ago I saw my Chinese grand cousin, who was coming over from the States to visit, the first time. My Chinese Grandparents live in New Zealand, so does my uncle. Some of my Chinese family lives in China, some in Hong Kong, but a lot are all over the world and I have no clue how much of my family I actually know.

Right now it is really hard to define what "home" is, because I am as much German as Hong Kong Chinese. Really hard to tell, but I am planning to study in Hong Kong.


@the Kiwi: Wherabouts?

X-MEDIA
2004-01-09, 05:01:35
Taiwan ;D

prophet_
2004-01-10, 09:35:43
Born in Germany, living and working in Taiwan.

cr33per
2004-01-16, 18:55:22
Original geschrieben von Shao-Domi

Right now it is really hard to define what "home" is, because I am as much German as Hong Kong Chinese. Really hard to tell, but I am planning to study in Hong Kong.




Yeah, studying abroad is great. I intend to study in a foreign country as well. And remember, home is where your heart is!

Leonidas
2004-02-11, 15:23:42
Hell, we have a lot of chinese (or from Taiwan/Hong Kong) people here! Chris & X-MEDIA: Unfortunately, u need more postings to vote.

Killeralf
2004-02-12, 14:20:07
Original geschrieben von Leonidas
Hell, we have a lot of chinese (or from Taiwan/Hong Kong) people here! Chris & X-MEDIA: Unfortunately, u need more postings to vote.

Well, I can't vote either yet(getting there) but for the record, I'm from Austria.

Kill-O-Zap
2004-02-25, 18:38:32
How surprising :
over 80 % of the users are from Germany. Perhaps because of the fact thats a forum on 3dcenter.DE... :grübel:

Gast
2004-02-25, 18:50:19
Original geschrieben von Kill-O-Zap
How surprising :
over 80 % of the users are from Germany. Perhaps because of the fact thats a forum on 3dcenter.DE... :grübel:
Adding "Österreich" there almost 90%:
It's not the .de , it's the German language.:D

PS: Germany*eg*

Kill-O-Zap
2004-02-29, 13:27:09
You mean the little second Germany I always forget. :lolaway:
Ok, that may be true...

Benedikt
2004-03-08, 22:19:17
Hi,

I am from Austria...

(reminds me on an Austro-pop song every time i read this :) )

MFG,
BW

Pirx
2004-03-13, 21:30:15
I come from Dschörmänii.:|

Corrail
2004-03-29, 17:56:58
/me is from Austria!
Austria rulz!! :w00t:

Fraggar
2004-04-09, 20:50:04
Icke komme orignalerweie aus Berlin, bin aber gerade in Clearfield, UT :D

TinyFighter
2004-05-07, 10:38:46
Austria - Strasshof, about 15 minutes to the east of Viena...but i want to change country some day....maybe to Australia...but when thinking of business it would be better to learn some eastern language and go to the Czech Republic or something like this!!;D

ForbiddenSkill
2004-05-08, 08:34:26
I live in Switzerland, but i was born in Moscow and i am Russian, but i live since 9 years in Switzerland :)

Somebody speaks russian here ?

Modificator
2004-05-09, 19:01:53
I come from Germany ;D


PS: Hier kommt eh jeder aus nem Deutschsprachigem Raum , warum dann Englisch reden ?

barracuda
2004-05-10, 00:58:22
Original geschrieben von Break 12
PS: Hier kommt eh jeder aus nem Deutschsprachigem Raum , warum dann Englisch reden ?
Because this is the English Forum!

Maki
2004-05-15, 20:31:54
@ ForbiddenSkill: I speak some words russian and soon I will repeat learning it.

Nefilim
2004-06-02, 20:54:50
/me is from Germany :)

Gast
2004-06-13, 13:57:35
- Spam gelöscht -

AHF
2004-06-15, 23:01:13
Original geschrieben von ForbiddenSkill
I live in Switzerland, but i was born in Moscow and i am Russian, but i live since 9 years in Switzerland :)

Somebody speaks russian here ? yes i do, erm did, but i don't know how to type it with my keyboard. so better forget about it. whats this forum for anyway? why do we need it. shouldn't those who are interested be allowed to write in english everywhere on this board. i mean the rules dont state that threads or posts have to be in german.

Braincatcher
2004-06-19, 21:41:31
I have northern German ancestries in my paternal family, whereas my mother's grandma was born in Poland. Unfortunately, I don't know any of my polish relatives.

Braincatcher
2004-06-19, 21:42:36
Original geschrieben von AHF
yes i do, erm did, but i don't know how to type it with my keyboard. so better forget about it. whats this forum for anyway? why do we need it. shouldn't those who are interested be allowed to write in english everywhere on this board. i mean the rules dont state that threads or posts have to be in german.

If everybody did so, u really think that'd be useful?

HiddenGhost
2004-07-21, 13:07:20
I am a native German as well. So what are we talking about now. Its obvious that everybody presents his relatives. Shall i do that as well?

Hansmaulwurf
2004-07-24, 06:37:00
iam from germany an my famely either :o

marathonfish
2004-07-25, 00:05:32
Blaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa


i come from your popo

darph
2004-07-25, 11:25:41
Original geschrieben von marathonfish
Blaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa


i come from your popo Thanks a lot for that bright and delightful comment of yours. ;)


/me is German with some (little) French influence.




oh, btw: http://www.forum-3dcenter.org/images/us-uk-flag_tn.gif I am pretty sure the Canadians and the Aussies have their own opinion about this kind of language-icon :bäh:

Marcel
2004-07-29, 00:32:44
Original geschrieben von darph
oh, btw: http://www.forum-3dcenter.org/images/us-uk-flag_tn.gif I am pretty sure the Canadians and the Aussies have their own opinion about this kind of language-icon :bäh:

As one of the four flags would be recognizable when all are put together in such a small image, it might be a good idea to make use of the GIF's animation feature.
This would also open the place for all the other countries with english as a main language, NZ for example.

-|NKA|- Bibo1
2004-08-07, 04:26:17
Right, this get's complicated now:
I voted "another country", because
I was born and bred in Iserlohn, (West) Germany. My parents were stationed there.
My Grandfathers were chinese immigrants/refugees. My Grandmothers were Fijians. My parents are fijian with british citizenship. They shipped over here with the british army. I spent the first 6 years in british army life, then german civilian life i.e schools, friends, neighbours etc. So what the hell does that make me now? I feel british and german, but if war breaks out between us, well, bye germany ;)

spinoza
2004-08-09, 22:49:53
I live in Switzerland, but i was born in Moscow and i am Russian, but i live since 9 years in Switzerland :)

Somebody speaks russian here ?

I´m from Germany, but we can also talk in russian. I was studdying there, in Voronez and Moscow, and now working the half time in Russia

Привет и надеюсь, что русские буквы показываются.

PP
2004-08-10, 01:57:13
I'm from Hellas.

BodyLove
2004-08-13, 03:13:23
I am from Turkey. ;)

Major J
2004-08-13, 13:04:04
Surprise surprise - iam from Germany

Cpl. Dwayne Hicks
2004-08-14, 20:00:14
I was born in Oman, my parents however are both german.
Right now I'm studying audio engineering in Perth, Western Australia.

Hellknight[FA]
2004-08-16, 12:20:25
I'm from Germany

I was born in Freising near Munich in Bavaria (the home of the world's most famous soccer-team) :)

HiddenGhost
2004-08-16, 12:54:37
']I'm from Germany

I was born in Freising near Munich in Bavaria (the home of the world's most famous soccer-team) :)

Manchester United ???

Mathi
2004-08-16, 13:27:26
I´m from Germany, near Berlin.

Hellknight[FA]
2004-08-17, 09:51:00
Manchester United ???


Manchester is a small English village :D :D


The team I spoke of is FC Bayern München :)



Greetings

Timo

Fullover
2004-08-17, 13:27:45
I'm from a pretty small village near Vienna (Austria).

Peppo
2004-08-17, 13:36:49
I am from Hungary. Look at my Avatar. :D
But I´m living now in Vienna for about 15 years...

nggalai
2004-08-21, 10:06:39
Blaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa


i come from your popo

marathonfish: stop the spam. 1 point.

mr.slater
2004-08-21, 10:07:18
Born in Switzerland to british parents from Manchester. Which is not a small english village, you twats. :D

northern pride & all that ;)

nggalai
2004-08-21, 10:15:42
I'm pretty much as Swiss as it gets (family's been here since before 1000 AD), but grew up with English / Australian neighbours. Hence my affinity for both English language and culture, I suppose.

Born in Switzerland to british parents from Manchester. Which is not a small english village, you twats. :D

northern pride & all that ;)
Pfft. If that's "northern", what about teh Scots? ;)

Met a bloke from Finchley in a London pub once. He claimed Finchley to be northern, too, and called me a "bloody southern fairy." I still wonder whether he's seen Lock, Stock... a couple of times too many. ;D

93,
-Sascha.rb

mr.slater
2004-08-21, 10:26:44
Pfft. If that's "northern", what about teh Scots? ;)

Met a bloke from Finchley in a London pub once. He claimed Finchley to be northern, too, and called me a "bloody southern fairy." I still wonder whether he's seen Lock, Stock... a couple of times too many. ;D

93,
-Sascha.rb

Teh Scutlnd != Teh Ingerlund, you southern fairy ;D

nggalai
2004-08-21, 10:34:38
Pffft. Always the nationalist. :D

Do you fight like this, too? Or only against southern fairies or Liverpool fans?

http://www.kontraband.com/show/show.asp?ID=339

93,
-Sascha.rb

mr.slater
2004-08-21, 10:37:38
Pffft. Always the nationalist. :D

Do you fight like this, too? Or only against southern fairies or Liverpool fans?

http://www.kontraband.com/show/show.asp?ID=339

93,
-Sascha.rb


Only against southern fairies with an identity crisis.

What's this "Liverpool" thing you talk about? ;D

nggalai
2004-08-21, 10:42:57
Only against southern fairies with an identity crisis.

What's this "Liverpool" thing you talk about? ;D
Watch 51st State. ;) Liverpool bloke walking into a Mancunian pub prior to a match, wearing a footie shirt and pissing everybody off, then torching the place.

There's also Samuel L. Jackson in it, wearing a kilt throughout the movie (rawrrrr!), a female assassin with the thickest Liverpool accent I've ever heard, lots of guns, rave parties, and one of the funniest sex scenes on celluloid. ;D

93,
-Sascha.rb

mr.slater
2004-08-21, 10:44:16
Watch 51st State. ;) Liverpool bloke walking into a Mancunian pub prior to a match, wearing a footie shirt and pissing everybody off, then torching the place.

There's also Samuel L. Jackson in it, wearing a kilt throughout the movie (rawrrrr!), a female assassin with the thickest Liverpool accent I've ever heard, lots of guns, rave parties, and one of the funniest sex scenes on celluloid. ;D

93,
-Sascha.rb

geee, yet another movie i haven't seen :ulol2:

skynetwork
2004-08-26, 04:45:52
Watch 51st State. ;)

man, this movie sux0red a lot :ulol:

btw: berlin/germany :ulol:

KaeptnOvi
2004-08-26, 09:30:52
I'm Swiss, born and still living near Basel :)

Gast Gast
2004-08-27, 18:50:56
I was born in Oman, my parents however are both german.
Right now I'm studying audio engineering in Perth, Western Australia.

do you attend a certain private school with three letters? ;)

i'm from austria for the record, although i'm not registered (yet).

Cpl. Dwayne Hicks
2004-08-27, 21:05:02
do you attend a certain private school with three letters? ;)

i'm from austria for the record, although i'm not registered (yet).

If those three letters consist of S, A and E then I guess you're right! :D
Do you attend the college aswell?

Gast
2004-08-28, 00:05:48
@odai

yeah, i attended the SAE college in vienna :). i first did this newbie-program (sound-certificate or whatever it's called, they keep changing the name) back in 2000 and then made the audio engineer diploma in 2001. if i'd have the money i would probably also do the bachelor-program (at best in byron bay, australia :D). how did you end up being in perth? do you have a job there or some sort of scholarship?

Bl@de
2004-08-30, 19:16:01
where are the other six guys from poland ?

:love3:

bye

PS. don't want to search through the whole thread.

BrandyFly
2004-09-03, 00:13:17
79,10% sind deutsch in diesem forum warum wird englisch gesprochen ? :smile:

Marcel
2004-09-03, 01:15:50
We're writing in english because we are here:
3DCenter Forum > Diskussions-Foren > english forum > Where do You come from?

-J.
2004-09-05, 10:33:30
I was born in East Germany (Yes, ForbiddenSkill, I can talk a little in Russian, but not with this keyboard).
Now, I work in West-Germany (NRW).
My ancestors are spanish people.

h²O
2004-09-07, 15:18:03
I was born in Cologne and im still leaving here.

Quantar
2004-09-07, 22:05:48
born in coolum beach, australia :)
and in exactly 4 weeks i´ll do my first trip "back at home" :smile:

Laz-Y
2004-09-08, 20:17:22
germany.

hello to all non-german guests :)

HockleXX
2004-09-13, 15:51:58
from Switzerland - Andelfingen near Schaffhausen.

Sir Silence
2004-09-15, 16:27:16
Are we supposed to comment on this or aren't we ?

As I already mentioned back in the native speakers thread ( http://www.forum-3dcenter.org/vbulletin/showthread.php?s=&threadid=95132 ), i originally come from Brighton, England. :)

Brighton? Have you seen fatboy slim in brighton (2003)


<--- german

Modificator
2004-09-16, 18:21:29
germany

Reinheitsgebot
2004-09-18, 16:14:09
Ei kome vrom Gärmani, end ei äm very lied, because ei can spiek three languags: Änglisch, Dänglisch end a little Gärman.
When will you establish a Klingon Language Forum, 'cos it makes nearly the same sense at a german forum? :rolleyes: The post-counter speaks for
itself …

Plage
2004-10-10, 00:27:45
Germany, Leuna (S-A)

Something like "native German" does not exist, because almost all Europeans came with the "Völkerwanderung" (sorry) in the 7th century from Asia to Europe.
So you can say that there are no differences between the British, the French and the Germans. ;D

orda
2004-10-12, 09:43:33
Ei kome vrom Gärmani, end ei äm very lied, because ei can spiek three languags: Änglisch, Dänglisch end a little Gärman.
When will you establish a Klingon Language Forum, 'cos it makes nearly the same sense at a german forum? :rolleyes: The post-counter speaks for
itself …
:biggrin:
You are crazy.

btw: I´m from germany.

PS: Wieso unterhalten sich hier Deutsche User in englisch? Ist doch total sinnlos?

Marcel
2004-10-12, 09:51:30
:biggrin:
You are crazy.

btw: I´m from germany.

PS: Wieso unterhalten sich hier Deutsche User in englisch? Ist doch total sinnlos?
We're writing in english because we are here:
3DCenter Forum > Diskussions-Foren > english forum > Where do You come from?

It's not senseless at all.
Since the articles at www.3dcenter.de are available in german and english, Leo wants to offer a discussion platform to both german and english readers. And this is the place where the english readers can discuss. About the articles and about (almost) anything else.

AMD4EVER
2004-10-13, 00:43:30
Turkey???? :frown:

Catamounts
2004-10-20, 13:59:07
Do you want to have the Turkey in the EU?

PS: Post number 100

Gast
2004-11-08, 01:46:57
Da fehlt noch ein Land...Bayern, gehört ja irgendwie nicht wirklich zu Deutschland...

DeX
2004-11-09, 18:55:17
gehört er überhaupt zu der menschheit/erde ?

IVN
2004-11-11, 14:40:27
I live in Switzerland, but i was born in Moscow and i am Russian, but i live since 9 years in Switzerland :)

Somebody speaks russian here ?

No,but I speak Serbian.That was a part of my study.I'm an expert for south-eastern European languages. ;D

hubi131
2004-11-17, 11:17:14
Hello everybody :biggrin: :biggrin:

;D ;D


:wink: :wink:

twoPhases
2004-11-17, 18:34:09
Hello. I am from Allemania. I lve in Duisburg. I am proud to be German. :biggrin:

Gast
2004-11-28, 02:21:31
i´m also in duisburg and i´m proud to be italian..........

Gast
2004-11-28, 02:24:32
Hello. I am from Allemania. I lve in Duisburg. I am proud to be German. :biggrin:


wie kann man auf etwas stolz sein was man nicht selbst erreicht hat?
kann es sein das du minderwertigkeitskomplexe hast?
manche haben echt einen schaden........aber in deutschland wohl normal.

DeX
2004-11-28, 03:49:40
ist ja nichts neues das gäste unverschämt sind.
wobei ich denke du bist keiner.
stolz muss nicht auf etwas aufbauen was man selber erschafen haben muss.
das ist ein gefühl was eine geistige verbindung mit dem ich und der aussenwelt vereint.
es gibt den einen auf seine eigene leistung und einen auf alles was einen täglich im leben berührt.
ich hoffe ich konnte dein horizont erweitern.
den wennn nicht, dann bist du als mensch so schon verloren.

Gast
2004-11-28, 04:16:56
@dex

gott sei dank wird deutschland immer unter kontrolle sein.der zweite weltkrieg ist ja offiziell immer noch nicht beendet.auch fast 60 jahre nach dem wk2 gibt es immernoch kein friedensvertrag.theoretisch könnten die allierten die deutschen immer noch angreifen.

wenn so leute wie du andere die besonders stolz sind deutsche zu sein die mehrheit wieder haben würden,wäre deutschland wieder besetzt.

den bonus stolz darauf zu sein haben deutsche schon lange verspielt,bedanken könntest du dich z.b. bei der großelterngeneration.

ein bischen respekt vor der geschichte sollte man haben.wie kommt das im ausland rüber wenn die deutschen wieder so psydostolz auf sich sind?

DeX
2004-11-28, 05:11:54
siehst du gast.
es ist eben genau das problem, dass du zb keine ahnung hast.

denn ich selber bin kein gebürtiger deutscher und stolz bin ich auch nicht.
jedoch gebe ich jedem das recht das zu sein.
nur du, der es nicht schaft sein geist auch ohne diesen braunen fleck zu öffnen tut mir leid.
ich kann nur davon ausgehen das du selber noch nie einen gemeintschafts stolz gefühlt hast oder?
du kannst unmöglich die vergangenheit in diesem stolz vereinen, dass sollte man garnicht.
nur wieso wird das immer un immer wieder so aufgekaut.
gesunder stolz ist mehr als richtig, aber die dosis machts, wie bei vielen sachen.

sneipa
2004-11-30, 08:49:36
i'm form Hungary (Magyarorszag) but i live in germany since 15 years...

Plage
2004-11-30, 22:05:42
@dex

gott sei dank wird deutschland immer unter kontrolle sein.der zweite weltkrieg ist ja offiziell immer noch nicht beendet.auch fast 60 jahre nach dem wk2 gibt es immernoch kein friedensvertrag.theoretisch könnten die allierten die deutschen immer noch angreifen.

wenn so leute wie du andere die besonders stolz sind deutsche zu sein die mehrheit wieder haben würden,wäre deutschland wieder besetzt.

den bonus stolz darauf zu sein haben deutsche schon lange verspielt,bedanken könntest du dich z.b. bei der großelterngeneration.

ein bischen respekt vor der geschichte sollte man haben.wie kommt das im ausland rüber wenn die deutschen wieder so psydostolz auf sich sind?

Was ist denn das für ein Quatsch?
Es besteht wohl ein Friedensvertrag zwischen der BR Deutschland und den restlichen (z. B. europäischen) Ländern. Besetzen kann uns keiner. Und offensichtlich hast du in Geschichte nicht gut genug aufgepasst. Es waren nicht alle Deutschen "von der braunen Sache" überzeugt und sehr viele wurden nur von der Propaganda (Buchtipp: Victor Klemperer: LTI (Lingua Tertii Imperii)) geblendet.
Und ich finde es nicht fair wenn jemand der stolz auf seine Staatsangehörigkeit ist gleich mit einem Nazi in Verbindung gebracht wird. DAS ist genau DAS Problem was wir Deutschen immernoch haben. Wenn jemand lautstark unsere Nationalhymne singt (und dazu vielleicht noch die Deutschlandflagge schwingt) wird er gleich mit einem Nazi gleichgesetzt. :|

Denk mal darüber nach bevor du drauflospostest. ,)

€dit: sorry für OT und dass ich in deutsch geschrieben habe.

FortniteGambler30
2004-12-07, 12:01:26
english topic :(

I am from austria! And i am proud about it :(

superkraut
2004-12-10, 15:30:14
German by birth and Scottish by choice. I moved to Scotland to
a.) get a job and
b.) to play Golf

mf_2
2005-01-04, 04:28:07
"staatsbürgerschaft" :D

citizenship

_gent
2005-01-04, 12:04:12
9 people from polska :)
nice :biggrin:

Gast
2005-01-06, 10:31:29
i am from australia, living i the uk and working as a nurse. would love to live and work in germany as i have a special friend there but finding the language very hard to learn.

Marcel
2005-01-06, 12:47:00
i am from australia, living i the uk and working as a nurse. would love to live and work in germany as i have a special friend there but finding the language very hard to learn.
It is hard to learn, but even if you speak a very broken german, most people here will understand it. And most not-too-old people should understand and speak english. Theoretically. But you might want to speak slowly and clearly. And forget any special australian words, they aren't known here. (For example, if you say "garbo", germans think about Greta, and "barbie" is a doll...)

Bl@de
2005-01-06, 20:19:12
9 people from polska :)
nice :biggrin:

ya, most people from a not german speaking country :biggrin:

PS. "other country" doesn't count :P

2005-01-07, 18:26:33
<= Vienna / Austria

MfG

timurleng
2005-01-09, 00:37:21
whats about turkey?
...

Emulsifire
2005-01-15, 21:59:01
whats about turkey?
...
If you're Turk you have to vote for "other countries".......... :wink:

Skullmoon
2005-02-05, 00:04:35
I was born in Bremerhaven, a town in the north of germany and i still live there.

Sincerely
Skullmoon :biggrin:

PrefoX
2005-02-09, 21:18:55
Origin German
Born in Germany
Living in Germany
proud 2 be one :D

Melc
2005-02-10, 05:42:14
Ich wurde vor 23 Jahren in Polen gebohren, habe jedoch die letzten 17 Jahre hier verbracht, bin also hier aufgwachsenund habe mit Polen nicht viel am Hut und bin sehr stolz darauf hier in Dutschland zu leben. Mir ist die Nationalität egal, doch finde ich es schön patriotisch (nicht nationalistisch - großer Unterschied) zu denken und auf meine Heimat stolz zu sein und das ist bei mir die BRD

PrefoX
2005-02-11, 14:19:48
Melc mag ich, wenigstens einer der es versteht ;)

Gast
2005-11-05, 05:51:38
...For example, if you say "garbo", germans think about Greta, and "barbie" is a doll...)

Yes, "Handy" is a dirty job, but someones got to do it...:D

;)

bardh
2005-11-05, 10:22:30
I`m from albania. The only albanian here?

KaKÅrØT
2005-11-05, 11:26:45
Austria/Graz and i love it :D

mAxmUrdErEr
2005-11-05, 12:23:04
Austria/Graz and i love it :D
same here, graz is a great city (y)
(although i was born in croatia)

Messala
2005-11-05, 15:46:29
same here, graz is a great city (y)
(although i was born in croatia)

Hehehe! I'm also a Grazer and I LOVE it 2, despite the sad fact that there is "Hochnebel" all the time here :D

KaKÅrØT
2005-11-05, 18:49:57
hey wow so many from graz :D , lets meet us ;)

Infa
2005-11-05, 21:07:57
I am from america but i´m living now in Düsseldorf for about 19 years :)

Hakkerstiwwel
2005-11-07, 14:37:43
with my vote the number of Luxemburgers has doubled

MrSeanKon
2005-11-15, 21:26:50
I am from Greece and I am SoF's friend probably you know this lunatic guy! ;D

SoF
2005-11-15, 21:47:20
arfarf hey sean nice to finally cya here :)
to all germans here: let me introduce MrSeanKon the founder of the great OcBible
So render homage to him everytime you see him....call him "Mister SeanKon" lol
Nono just joking, he's quite nice guy and whenever you have questions you can ask him. Be patient cos' this man is busy ;)

MrSeanKon
2005-11-15, 22:31:21
the founder of the great OcBibleOK LOL I am a professional programmer and a great scientist!
Just for fun I started making this program two years ago.
But I don't speak German. :(

mAxmUrdErEr
2005-11-17, 20:37:45
hey wow so many from graz :D , lets meet us ;)
yay, teht's a g00d idea (then i could post into teh "Wen kennt ihr aus dem 3dc real?" thread ;()

Deathrid3r
2005-12-31, 16:53:45
I'm from Karlsruhe, Germany.

But I'm currently going to school near Brighton...so not too far away from Tigershark...

IVN
2006-04-07, 23:36:31
I'm from Mongolia.

_gent
2006-04-09, 01:43:27
Ich wurde vor 23 Jahren in Polen gebohren, habe jedoch die letzten 17 Jahre hier verbracht, bin also hier aufgwachsenund habe mit Polen nicht viel am Hut und bin sehr stolz darauf hier in Dutschland zu leben. Mir ist die Nationalität egal, doch finde ich es schön patriotisch (nicht nationalistisch - großer Unterschied) zu denken und auf meine Heimat stolz zu sein und das ist bei mir die BRD
verräter

Grobblin
2006-04-10, 19:25:30
[X]Ger

rbt
2006-04-10, 21:56:34
I am from Austria *sing* =)

eXodia
2006-04-24, 15:34:16
[x] Ger, but I'm living in Eng atm.

Btw leo: It's supposed 2 be - Where do you come from?

'cos if u write you with a capital Y u r referring to God :D

Ergo: The capital Y only 4 the one and only...

Regards

Leonidas
2006-04-25, 12:45:46
Btw leo: It's supposed 2 be - Where do you come from?

'cos if u write you with a capital Y u r referring to God :D



Hehe. I'm just use the german (letter) writing rule to capitalize all "Du/Sie" words.

Btw, I cannot change this. Because after a change of this poll we are losing all the foreign letters (japanese, chinese, russian, greece).

schmalhans
2006-04-27, 22:07:05
[x] Deutschland

I'm proud of my father-country X-D

Vertigo
2006-04-28, 10:43:27
[x] Deutschland

I'm proud of my father-country X-D
Germany is your fatherland or mother country, not your "father-country".

HiddenGhost
2006-04-28, 12:18:47
Germany is your fatherland or mother country, not your "father-country".

dont be such a bean counter... ;D

schmalhans
2006-04-28, 15:43:55
Germany is your fatherland or mother country, not your "father-country".
Ok, thanks, you thaught me something very important ;)

IceLord
2006-04-28, 15:51:13
[x] Switzerland

eXodia
2006-04-28, 16:53:39
Ok, thanks, you teached me something very important ;)

*rofl* sry 4 spam but it's "taught" ... :D

Regards

Xanatos
2006-04-28, 21:45:15
eXodia[/POST]'][x] Ger, but I'm living in Eng atm.


same here...

radeon.nSm
2006-05-21, 13:12:38
oops not enough posts but keep ;D

Germany

JLXP
2006-05-23, 20:59:24
[x]Germany

But is there still something in Ger to be proud of?
As we have seen nations just cause problems, so fuck Germany.
The content of my statement is not purposed to offend someone, it´s just my (humble) opionion. Thank you^^

IVN
2006-05-28, 00:32:38
JLXP[/POST]'][x]Germany

But is there still something in Ger to be proud of?
As we have seen nations just cause problems, so fuck Germany.
The content of my statement is not purposed to offend someone, it´s just my (humble) opionion. Thank you^^
There is nothing, about any nation, to be proud of.
And if someone says: "...but those great men and women that achieved bla bla bla lived there.."
Well, thats not your acomplishment, so you shouldn't take proud in it.

tombman
2006-05-28, 12:02:41
[x] ÖSTERRRRREICH..... IST FREI!!! ;D;D

Blaze
2006-05-28, 13:16:44
tombman[/POST]'][x] ÖSTERRRRREICH..... IST FREI!!! ;D;D

This is the english forum... ;)

Gast
2006-05-28, 14:35:21
HiddenGhost[/POST]']dont be such a bean counter... ;D

i would beforebeat the idiom pea counter

Cuk
2006-06-05, 18:16:16
i`m from slovenia.
So i suppose that i am the only one here.

THUNDERDOMER
2006-09-16, 17:59:33
I'm from in germany.

(del)
2006-09-16, 21:59:31
I was born and raised in Germany, used to live in the United States and have now moved to France.

So I guess I'll have to vote for France!

Armaq
2006-09-18, 10:28:51
Born and raised in Germany, produced in russian labratories. ;)

captainsangria
2006-09-18, 10:30:00
[x] Austria / Österreich

Ronny G.
2006-09-19, 00:11:07
DEUTSCHER;D

Ladyzhave
2006-09-20, 13:41:24
[x]Russia

Lotus
2006-09-20, 15:22:20
[x] from "Old Europe"

RunenBlut
2006-09-28, 09:05:35
Hey,

iam from Germany and i work as a international freight forwarder therefore i'm able to train my business english skills every day :)

ghostrider6006
2006-10-01, 13:20:21
Turkey ;D

Tschabo
2006-10-03, 13:37:11
from Turkey
I think Turkey is really missing here!

PrefoX
2006-10-03, 19:08:41
we got alot/2much of u here :D

Tschabo
2006-10-04, 18:51:28
we got alot/2much of u here
If you think so...