Hawaiian (ham and pineapple) pizza is awesome, and anyone who hasn't tried it should give it a chance. It shouldn't be delicious, but it is.
Also, I've been to Limerick, Pennsylvania. That's as close to my Irish roots as I've ever gotten, haha.
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Where did that quote in your sig come from?
I used to love Ham and Pineapple pizza. Maybe I still do love it. I haven't had it in ages though, mostly I just get the meatiest thing possible.
That about sums it up.
(awesome hair though)
I like playing football, but watching it bores the hell out of me for the most part. Rugby, gaelic and hurling are a lot more exciting to watch, although I'm shockingly bad at the latter two.When a sport goes national, no-one gets paid $zillion per month, and the postman is your best player, you know the sport is underrated. Better than football though? I wouldn't outlandishly claim that myself (I love football.), but they're definitely two of my favourite sports.
What does § mean?
luckily the learning curve for those two sports isn't really that great. Anyone could become good at them, really.I like playing football, but watching it bores the hell out of me for the most part. Rugby, gaelic and hurling are a lot more exciting to watch, although I'm shockingly bad at the latter two.
Languages, on the other hand, are traditionally chosen and there are far more useful languages to learn than Irish (unless, like I said, you live in Ireland or something)
The primary purpose of language is communication, so there's not much of a reason to learn languages that you can't communicate with
Holy crap I sound like Ludwig. Debating with that guy has made an impression on me
Calculus is good to know for the disciplines of physics and math however.
So I went to the comic book store today and out of the endless rows of back issues, I still coudn't find what I was looking for. How will I I enjoy the 90s comics I missed out on as a kid now?
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The mods still aren't out to play.