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About Alexnf

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  • Birthday August 24

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  • Location Hamburg
  • Nationality Cypriotic
  • Hometown Athens
  • Gender Male
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  • Interests My Kids,Photography, Fishing, Fossil Hunting, Craft Beer, Movies, Computers, Fine Food

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  1. Parking slightly on sidewalk

      Imagine living there and driving for 15 years (following all rules and not having a single ticket in those 15 years)...   In Athens the lights mean: Green: Go ahead Yellow: Go faster Red: First seconds = Go ahead, after that if no one is watching or coming still go      The only good thing about learning to drive in Athens you are forced to be able to park a truck on a space for a Smart   
  2. Parking slightly on sidewalk

      I see your Kiev and raise you Athens. Blocking pavement, bench, and parked 20m away from the entrance of the Central Police Station   :     Edit: Things are so bad, that caused this to start  : When I was still in Athens I had bought a block of 100 stickers (they say : "I am a donkey (= also dork in greek) and I park where I want ), and came really handy. The will even pay your fine If the car owner call the police for putting their sticker on (no driver has ever dared though  )
  3. Punography - Favourite Puns

    And the Lord said unto John, "Come forth and you will receive eternal life." But John came fifth, and won a toaster.   Puns make me feel numb but math puns make me feel number   How do you find a blind man on a nude beach?. ...It's not hard.   I tried to sue the airline for losing my luggage.. ...I lost my case.
  4. What made you laugh today?

    That would be an excellent use of the word John !
  5. What made you laugh today?

      Pusti means gay or homosexual, but it is actually quite vulgar and unpolite. I wouldn't use it as terms of affinity with a greek friend  
  6. What made you laugh today?

    As native Greek speaker I am often asked about the use of the word "malakas". Literally translated it means "wanker", often it is used like "a**hole", among friends it is usually used like the german "alter" , and there are many other uses as well. Nothing (NOTHING) though describes better the most common use than this picture  :      
  7. What are you cooking today?

      For parties check this as well :      (his channel is highly recommended if you like (chinese mostly) food)
  8. Tax on donation

      400.000 from your parents within a 10 year period. You can also get from grandparents. And both your parents and grandparents can donate to your kids if you have any I did it recently for an amount, I just informed the Finanzamt (through my Steuerberater) that I receive it as gift from parents (I also mentioned that the source of income was an apartment sale, but I don't know if it was necessary). They asked for the full names and birth years of both parents and that was it.
  9.   It is a very common word in greek. If you say "Ta ekanes mpourdelo" it means "You messed up everything". As for experience, I have been to one , once at 18. Not my cup of tea, I've been together with my wife 22 years now, since we met in College at 20. Never cheated, nor do I plan too   As for the etymology I am pretty sure the french are to blame...
  10.   Mpourdelo will also do  
  11. What made you laugh today?

    Ran by ... ?
  12. Hi, am calling from Microsoft. Your PC is infected

    A new type of emails is in circulation, where it says that you have been hacked and even a password that you use (or have used) is mentioned. They got the password probably from a list of a breach.  Usually the breached site has already contacted you and you have already change the password (f.ex Dropbox in 2012, MyHeritage in 2017 , a.o.) However if you still use the password mentioned it will be good to change it anywhere you use it.   To find if your email was in a breach (and which), you can check here :    
  13. I woke up blind in one eye this morning

    A Speedy recovery John. You will be back at the Kafenio drinking raki in no time