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sushie

28 year old Male
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Last online about 5 hours ago
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elhaym
elhaym left a comment for sushie
about 6 hours ago

You'll not be alone then :D
I mean that Toshi and katzi could help you, too ^-^ and German people try to help you in general. Hehe, German money - that's cute! Germany uses Euros (€) - like other EU countries as France, Italy or Spain. Long long time ago we uses Deutsche Mark to pay anything here :)

thesailingteacup
TheSailingTeacup left a comment for sushie
about 9 hours ago

xD I'm so sleepy that I thought you changed your name to the correct spelling of sushi....I'm going to start spelling it with an e at the end and then I'll get mad at you! xD

elhaym
elhaym left a comment for sushie
about 11 hours ago

Hahaha nice :D Maaaybe that words could be enough to visit Germany. I'm curious how it will end xD
I have heard that Europe shall be expensive - but that's vice versa with visiting USA :)

elhaym
elhaym left a comment for sushie
about 12 hours ago

hehe, nein :D Overall, many Germans can speak English - but you must also be aware that you will meet people who cannot speak or understand English.

elhaym
elhaym left a comment for sushie
about 13 hours ago

*steals a bunch of books what contains difficult German words*
*put it on your table* just for you :D

hinako
hinako left a comment for sushie
about 16 hours ago

oh wow thats a hard one!! Id have to say naruto (I know so basic)
what about yours? :3

dakoya
Neverland left a comment for sushie
about 24 hours ago

Thanks holmes, I'll be waiting for you out on the otherside when you're done w/ your studies as well. Hopefully by then I'll have my loans paid off too lol.

elhaym
elhaym left a comment for sushie
Yesterday at 11:41am

Exactly sushie! But you will only hear it in North Germany - in Bavaria you will hear words like "Servus" or "Grüß Gott" :D

Your outfit on your profile picture reminds me on JD from Scrubs :D

elhaym
elhaym left a comment for sushie
Yesterday at 11:24am

Haha, almost!! :D Guten Abend means "good evening"
We doesn't have something to great someone like good afternoon - we just say guten Tag (or in my case "Moin!") :D

elhaym
elhaym left a comment for sushie
Yesterday at 5:11am

Ohhh guten Morgen sushie - nice to see you here :D

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