Stars for the man who weathered death for a bunch of flowers.
Why can I understand slivers of their language, am I part vampire?
Yeah, Romanian is a Romance language, derived from Latin, just like those 3. (Portuguese is the other one).
I knew a missionary to Romania once. He seemed to think it had a lot in common with Appalachia.
I got the context via two words, "Dinero" and "Casa" even though the visuals spoke for themselves: "I saved a lot of money on these flowers" and "I'm going back to my house.." something like that. Wittgenstein was probably right.
Incidentally, re: the Appalachia connection, the History Channel filmed their Hatfields & McCoys miniseries in Romania.
I admire the restraint. I mean the guy with the chainsaw could have totally had his way, yet at the end of the video everyone still has their arms attached to their bodies.
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Versus the American (or British.. c'mon Britain, you can have our Black Friday when we get the day off for Guy Fawkes Day) Black Friday this kind of looks like fun. Maybe it's just the music, but you get the impression that the person who got the best deal in the store won't just drive off into the sunset laughing all the way home. Instead, they're helping each other out.
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