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piątek, 22 czerwca 2012

No Eurocrisis on Gdansk

As expected, a few political messages were delivered by the fans on Gdsnsk's streets today. But with a jokey undertone and many laughs.

A group of Germans held up a sign saying: "Our billions you can have, the trophy you won't get."

Mario, another German, got a lot of attention holding up a picture of the German flag and their Prime Minister Angela Merkel, saying "Hello Mama". He was quick to add that it was just for fun, he loves the Greeks and was looking forward to partying with them tonight.

The Greeks answered by holding up a flag twice as big as two German bank offices. On the flag it said: "Where democracy was born."

Euro-crisis or not, let's see who will pay who tonight, cause this Euro is blooming.

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  • dave31gd napisał(a) komentarz datowany na 2012/06/27 11:51:15:

    It is bad when you don't know the language and try get the idea behind the poster. I have the same with French.
    This is the case here. On the German poster you can read: Our billions you can have, the trophy you won't get.
    There is a difference, :) you know - less political, more funny.

  • ipolisa napisał(a) komentarz datowany na 2012/08/13 16:09:06:

    Since now. Hope it's nothing change.

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