The Danish course in a nutshell: http://youtu.be/aZZHBxM70OI?t=11s
the people in the spanish and german courses are so uptight and serious, and then here we just talk about bears and alcohol
Don't forget turtles!
Bear bear duck bear duck duck turtle duck bear duck dog dog duck dog dog cat bear dog duck turtle duck dog bear.
You deserve more than a simple upvote. Take a lingot! :D
I look forward to using this one in real life.
I admire your bravery.
OMG! i love that comment!
I wrote Children (Børn) instead of Bear by mistake... so similars both...well, not in fur anyway :--/
I'm so happy whenever I don't confuse those two :D
Children basically are bears anyway.
Haven't you seen Brave?
A question often asked in Denmark. :D
Crap. And here I was wanting to go there on my mission!
Why is it "det" and not "den"?
I ask the same. "Bjørn" is an "n" word, isn't it?
I often come with my animals in town.
Recently I was with my lion at the Løve apotek (lion phamarcy) in århus downton. It was fun !
It is true!!!!!!! There really is a Pharmacy for Lions !! Look : http://www.a-apoteket.dk/1404/hovedmenu O_O O_O These Danes are crazy XD
I saw that pharmacy too and was wondering how did they even get to use that name? What inspired them?
Welcome to "Whose bear is it anyway?" where everything is duck and lingots dont matter
I don't care whose bear it is, why is it there?!?!
That would be mine, thank you!!
I think that will be the last question in my entire life.
"Whose" and "if" are the same word? Weird.
Its a common thing to have bear
because you know everyone keeps bears in denmark
Did a Russian write this one?