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The modern Boston Terrier can be gentle, alert, expressive, and well-mannered. Many still retain the spunky attitude of the typical terrier.
Went to the annual "Jump the Sandwave" contest in Denmark. The winner was Lasse.
No life, no sympathy
Rescuing the princess from angels and demons
I see dead people.
They misunderestimate me.
I am a pitbull on the pantleg of opportunity.
I know that the human being and the fish can coexist.
Families is where our nation finds hope, where our wings take dream.
Stop by ireland! Greener than New Zealand.
Building roads used to be simple. Back in the roman empire they made the first ISO standard for roads. This standard said that all roads should lead to Rome. It was a fantastic success, so the standardisation of roads continued. The next step was to enforce a certain width of the roads, allowing people in sportswagons pulled by horses to overtake wagons pulled by oxen. Also a fantastic success in so many ways, although it introduced the highway police. However speeding tickets funded several wars, much like today, and back in the roman empire, wars wasn't as untrendy as these days. And they had proper "Mission Accomplished" parades, not tucked away on a naval ship. Anyway, building roads is a lot harder today, especially in Bergen.
Some people own pets. Some people are owned by pets. Some people revolve their entire life around pets. Like cats.
Bergen's friendship city Seattle has 226 days of overcast, and rain measured in inches instead of millimeters. It is quite interesting to note that their amounts of rain are so enormous that they have to use a system of measuremenet that is 25,4 times as big as what we need in Bergen. People in Bergen know it rains a lot here, but it's supposed to be good for the skin, which is why King Kyrre decided to build the city. He was suffering from dry skin and this was before the vikings had invented moisturising cremes and nanotechnology. In Bergen noone suffers from dry skin, and the dermatology ward has been moved to Oslo. The webbed feet of its inhabitants are now served by duck vets. This guy is a typical example of a happy person celebrating 30min of non-rain. Yay for happiness.