ramsej84 wrote:MUTU wrote:ramsej84 wrote:I've just went out to buy something to eat, and I observed something for most of us funny while for some few very, very tragic! Some naive couples took the decision to tie the knot exactly in June of a World Cup year. Already unlucky to have their wedding falling on a WC day they are thrice as much cause tonight it is Eng-Ita (which game has a lot of following here in Malta)and because the game was brought forward from 03.00 to 00.00 ECT. I observed males looking very & & on the wheel driving for a damn Wedding!!! Poor couples their reception will get deserted by 23.30! Although they can also be positive about it; no extra charges and overtime for the waiters
An acquaintance of mine is getting married this evening! Haha
are you invited?
Dgro wrote:The San Antonio Spurs are minutes away from winning the NBA championship. They have players from France, Italy, Argentina, Brazil, Australia, Canada, and more. Very unique for an NBA team to have so many international players - I think it's cool.
Just curious, are names like Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili household names for you guys? They are quite famous for basketball players, I'm not sure how much that really means in certain parts of the world though
ramsej84 wrote:and surprisingly enough last Sunday I saw a French one in Attard and a Ghana and another of Belgium both in Birkirkara
Tedesco wrote:I am seeing mostly German flags. I think that if Turkey were in the WC, there would a LOTS here.
One more thing are the sounds. From my apartment I heard people cheering for Croatia, Nigeria and USA when the respective teams scored.
ramsej84 wrote:But the embarrassing aspect of this is that the ones who host the flags are 99.9% Maltese
FCBayernMunchen wrote:I think it's common in most countries who never make it to the world cup. It's probably common to see flags of other countries in the big countries too, though those will probably belong to immigrants.
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