In which context can this be used? Only in a religious situation or also in something like "It's difficult to believe what you're telling me"?
:O You have a 666 day streak! The number of the devil! The devil will soon kill you! Eller är det svårt att tro?
That was the right context, isn't it?
Thank you, I was hoping somebody would notice that. :) And in perfectly fine context, to boot.
That streak is so cool it must be tempting to just keep buying the streak freeze forever… ;)
The streak freeze is awesome. I bought it about three months ago when I was flying from Sydney to Boston. I wasn't sure if I'd be able to get onto DL on the way, and I wasn't sure how the clock would work. I didn't realize then that it would stick until I missed - I thought it would expire at the end of the day. I haven't needed it yet, but I'll definitely make sure it's always on. (I feel a little like I'm cheating, though; I've got my goal set at 20xp.)
Just to tell you: 666 is the luckiest number and the most popular way to praise someone in China. :)
What preposition do we use after "tro", to say that I (don't) believe IN something?