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Re: Culture and Language lovers Malta is amazing!

Postby black bart » Thu Jul 24, 2008 6:58 am

Hi there I just got back from my http://www.englishcourseinglasgow.com where I learned how to http://www.peereallyhighupawall.com. I wanted to share some of my experiences of such an enriching adventure, but the terrible beating I got in a back alley has left me partially blind and deaf. In the course of my intensive http://www.talklikeadrunkenbastard.com class, I drank 15 gallons of Heavy and ate 45 deep fried mars bars. The Glasgow Tenement where I was staying proved to be the perfect scenery in which to learn a language and now I can http://www.swearlikeatrooper.com'.

I am already planning my next English trip to Moss Side in Manchester. I am looking forward to experiencing the rich cultural heritage of Moss Side and I am getting myself a nice big gun and a hoodie for the trip...repeat after me http://www.asboasboasbo.com
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Re: Culture and Language lovers Malta is amazing!

Postby pieces o'nine » Thu Jul 24, 2008 7:56 pm

stephania wrote: Spending time in this vibrating city while learning a foreign language was great!


Hmmmm. :o


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Re: Culture and Language lovers Malta is amazing!

Postby Elastoman » Thu Jul 24, 2008 8:35 pm

black bart wrote:Hi there I just got back from my http://www.englishcourseinglasgow.com where I learned how to http://www.peereallyhighupawall.com. I wanted to share some of my experiences of such an enriching adventure, but the terrible beating I got in a back alley has left me partially blind and deaf. In the course of my intensive http://www.talklikeadrunkenbastard.com class, I drank 15 gallons of Heavy and ate 45 deep fried mars bars. The Glasgow Tenement where I was staying proved to be the perfect scenery in which to learn a language and now I can http://www.swearlikeatrooper.com'.

I am already planning my next English trip to Moss Side in Manchester. I am looking forward to experiencing the rich cultural heritage of Moss Side and I am getting myself a nice big gun and a hoodie for the trip...repeat after me http://www.asboasboasbo.com


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Re: Culture and Language lovers Malta is amazing!

Postby black bart » Fri Jul 25, 2008 6:06 am

Elastoman wrote:
black bart wrote:Hi there I just got back from my http://www.englishcourseinglasgow.com where I learned how to http://www.peereallyhighupawall.com. I wanted to share some of my experiences of such an enriching adventure, but the terrible beating I got in a back alley has left me partially blind and deaf. In the course of my intensive http://www.talklikeadrunkenbastard.com class, I drank 15 gallons of Heavy and ate 45 deep fried mars bars. The Glasgow Tenement where I was staying proved to be the perfect scenery in which to learn a language and now I can http://www.swearlikeatrooper.com'.

I am already planning my next English trip to Moss Side in Manchester. I am looking forward to experiencing the rich cultural heritage of Moss Side and I am getting myself a nice big gun and a hoodie for the trip...repeat after me http://www.asboasboasbo.com


Wher kin I sine up? Sounds loike a foine curry kyulam t' me!

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