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Nein. Georg Thiele, east of Narvik.
Ouch! Buddy of mine ran his boat aground at seventeen and it got demolished. Admittedly a piece of fibreglass garbage. But still. That much mass at that speed. I can barely imagine the shock of being aboard when it hit.Lord Brutus said:It ran aground at about 40 knots.
More like Turkish politics is getting into bilgesi.I'm thinking of getting into turkish politics.
Mm, I see, logical reasoning this is.People educated as much as I am tend to just leave the country
You would either get lynched or be a minister or a mayor and hero of the people if you said this in Turkey.a vote for bilgesi is a vote for gulen
I've long thought it would be a good idea to have one; save money and the environment by not using toilet paper and not needing as strong a flush, plus quick and easy. I think I only ever used one once; when I was twelve my parents took me on holiday to Paris. I remember testing my bottom with a piece of toilet paper and being surprised that it was both totally clean and virtually as dry as a bone.Sadly, not everyone is blessed with having this beauty in their bathrooms.
It's a life changer.