I only got 4. But I think what pushes me over the edge is that when my neighbors are choosing to be "high-volume" at midnight, I replay some of my favorite calming skating programs in my head
But, I have lots of Russian and Ukrainian contacts on Facebook, and I am on the Russian social networking site vKontakte, so I get lots of practice in attempting to read Cyrillic messages (with varying levels of success! )
A few days ago, I bought a Russian desk medal on eBay. I knew from the item description that it was to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the foundation of the Udmurt ASSR. But, it arrived today. And the scary thing is, I can read nearly everything on it!
Mind you, I wouldn't even attempt to actually write something in Cyrillic on my own!
Hey, I spent 3 years at school learning German, and I never got the hang of the grammar. And it didn't have the added complication of using a different alphabet!
Well, posting in GS forum in the middle of June is an indication that needs no comments
I think I can beat my personal obsession record by posting here (complaints about refs) during the soccer WC.
About the original article:
This one is priceless!You don’t trust any sports that don’t involve glitter.
I've tried to teach myself Korean once.... (to understand this person's blog...), but that failed....