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Festive Germany Tree

Published December 5th, 2010 by Bobby Henderson

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This is how to mexican expatriates in Marburg, Germany celebrate the holiday in honour to his noodly greatness! of course everything was settled up with a couple of litres og Glühwine and tons og german chocolate!

Best Regards!

–Ana y Edgardo



3 Responses to “Festive Germany Tree”

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  2. Venita Stapler says:

    It is not often that you find a write-up like this one. I be certain to check back in to find out what is different. Our gratitude for taking the time to write this post.

  3. Anonymous Coward says:

    FSMas time in Germany is really quite wonderful; it’s something that all Americans should experience at some point. There is just a lot of friendship and cheer and people hanging out in the streets enjoying each others’ company and celebrating the season. Glühwine is possibly the best invention I’ve ever heard of, and it washes down Bratwurst nicely.

    So as to be not completely off-topic, may the touch you with , or not, if you don’t believe in that sort of thing.

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