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Posted: Fri May 20, 2005 1:10 am
by martincho
euskadi commander wrote:
martincho wrote:I'm very fond of astronomy, I am a member of the Skopje astronomiical society. If someone is interested in this topic I would like to meet him/her. To talk about something else besides handball.



I am interested in that and . . .


martincho wrote:Is there another forum like this that there are members like this from all around the world?


. . . no, we are the best! 8:) 8:)


Ok Euskadi if someone want to talk about astronomy please open another suject about that.
and if somebody is interested and comes from Skopje or Macedonia you shoul visit the web site www.astronomija.com.mk There you can get the hole information about our group.
For more information please visit Elektro tehnicki fakultet on Monday 20:00 hour.

See ya

Posted: Sun May 22, 2005 2:55 am
by Sani
Hello everybody! I am:

Name: Aleksandra Mrmevska (most people call me Sani)
From and currently living in :Skopje,Macedonia
Age:26 (actually will be in 18 days)
Occupation:Medical student (apsolvent)
Languages:English and a little german (hope to improve there)
It is great to be on this forum,which is probably the best forum made by handball fans ever.Greetings to everyone and i hope we enjoy our conversations here :D

Posted: Wed May 25, 2005 9:07 pm
by red and white
For some reason I have never been to this part of the forum, but it was actually fun to get to know a bit more about everybody, so I will join in. (even thoughit´s a bit late)

Name: Alan Tjagvad Christensen
Currently living in: A small town between Vejle and Horsens, Denmark.
Age: 18
Occupation: I will start on my last year in the gymnasium in August. When all the shitty exams are over.
Languages: English :roll: and German

What can I say about this forum? It´s one of a kind and I have really learned a lot here. I had a lot of prejudice before I joined this forum and they are all gone now... Almost all :wink:

Posted: Wed May 25, 2005 11:24 pm
by euskadi commander
red and white wrote:I had a lot of prejudice before I joined this forum and they are all gone now... Almost all :wink:


Tell us about that :)

Posted: Wed May 25, 2005 11:37 pm
by Joana
red and white wrote:For some reason I have never been to this part of the forum, but it was actually fun to get to know a bit more about everybody, so I will join in. (even thoughit´s a bit late)

Name: Alan Tjagvad Christensen
Currently living in: A small town between Vejle and Horsens, Denmark.
Age: 18
Occupation: I will start on my last year in the gymnasium in August. When all the shitty exams are over.
Languages: English :roll: and German

What can I say about this forum? It´s one of a kind and I have really learned a lot here. I had a lot of prejudice before I joined this forum and they are all gone now... Almost all :wink:


You're only 18? Gosh, I always thought you were a lot older. :)

Posted: Thu May 26, 2005 4:00 pm
by red and white
euskadi commander wrote:
red and white wrote:I had a lot of prejudice before I joined this forum and they are all gone now... Almost all :wink:


Tell us about that :)


I always though that people from the Balcan area were - lets just say not so friendly. You know, very agressive, bad tempered and fanatic - and I don´t know why, but I also thought that you didn´t know English very well. Stupid :roll: This has been proven wrong, even though I still think that you - in general - can be a bit fanatic at times, but that´s okay :wink:

About the look of the girls. If you ask any Dane to describe a typical Easteuropean handball player, they would say something like 190 cm, butch-looking with a bad haircut, which is dyed red or purple. Kinda like Liudmila Schevshenko :?

Now I know that especially Hungary and also SCG have some fine girls - I still haven´t seen an attractive Ukrainian though :!: Perhaps Shynkarenko, but besides her...

But I actually know quite a lot of Slavic people. I have a good friend from BIH - Belma Topalovic. (There are many Bosnians in Denmark) My two cousins are half Polish and my uncle remarried a Bulgarian, who brought her daughter to Denmark as well.

About my age - I don´t know if it´s a good or a bad thing that Joana thought I was older, but what can I do?

Posted: Thu May 26, 2005 5:40 pm
by Joana
red and white wrote:About my age - I don´t know if it´s a good or a bad thing that Joana thought I was older, but what can I do?


You should take it as a compliment. 8:)

Posted: Thu May 26, 2005 5:47 pm
by euskadi commander
We all learn something every day, and I’m proud that this forum is a place when we can all learn about the others.
I think that we can not destroy the prejudices cause they still exist, but that’s normal cause also there are prejudices in the other way around.

Posted: Tue Oct 11, 2005 2:37 pm
by Goran
So many new members lately :D:D, we haven't got a chance to welcome you all.

So, WELCOME TO THE FORUM :) All of you!

Posted: Sat Oct 15, 2005 12:44 pm
by Mads W
Name: Mads

Location: Copenhagen, approximately 1 million citizens live here.

Profession: Working in kindergarten

Dreams and future plans: Study medicin. Make a change in the world

Hobby: Handball, Basketball, Football

Favorite teams:
1. Dream Team
2. Kometal Gj. P.
3. FCK (FIF)

And for the record - I think it's a great forum and I learn a lot here :)

Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2005 11:31 am
by Jakale
Name: Jarmo Lehikoinen
I'm from Turku, Finland. (150 000 or something like that inhabitants)
I'm 28 and I'm still at the university, studying English and various other subjects that are far more interesting.
After this academic year I should have my master's thesis finished and graduated, but I plan to write another one for comparative literature during the next year.
I hope that in the future I could live another year or two abroad, maybe in Hungary or Spain (my favourite languages)

Hobbies: movies, books and such things; languages (unfortunately I'm lazy and don't learn anything properly); I'm not involved in actually doing any sports at the moment (too lazy) but I try follow handball and sometimes ice-hockey.

Favourite teams:

1. Atlas (men, women and youth teams -- used to play for them in my teens)
2. Pick-Szeged (I lived in Szeged for a year)
3. FTC (During my year in Szeged FTC made it to the finals in Champions League and lost to guess which team)

Posted: Thu Dec 22, 2005 12:41 pm
by zmajcek
Country: Jugoslavija
City: Beograd
Born: Beograd
Age: 21
Female
(My origin is 100% Makedonian) :D

Posted: Thu Dec 22, 2005 2:24 pm
by SilentOne
Welcome to the forum zmajcek

Kako se vikas? :wink:

Posted: Thu Dec 22, 2005 5:53 pm
by zmajcek
Kalina

p.s.Dobro ve najdov!

Posted: Thu Dec 22, 2005 6:30 pm
by euskadi commander
Welcome, nice to have you on our forum Kalina!
I hope you will be active on the handball part of the forum

Kalina wrote:Jugoslavija
:) :lol:

Posted: Thu Dec 22, 2005 8:32 pm
by zmajcek
"I hope you will be active on the handball part of the forum"
Me too!!!

One question: Why do you laugh for Jugoslavija? :wink:

Posted: Thu Dec 22, 2005 10:01 pm
by Goran
zmajcek wrote:One question: Why do you laugh for Jugoslavija? :wink:


I think that is because that country does not exist for 15 years. Anyway, we wait for your comments on both Macedonian and English part of the forum.

Веројатно не ти е проблем македонскиот јазик :P

Posted: Fri Dec 23, 2005 11:24 am
by zmajcek
Well,you're right...Officially the country doesn't excist any more but in my heart it still excists and it will remain where it is with the name that it held 15 years ago...
Just don't get me wrong... :?

Posted: Sun Dec 25, 2005 9:02 pm
by martincho
Forget Yugoslavia. That is not good.
Nie se borime toj del da ni go izvadat od imeto BJRM, a ti sakas pak da se vrati.
Jugoslavija bese. Sega si ima 5 novi drzavicki.

Posted: Sun Dec 25, 2005 10:06 pm
by zmajcek
I knew You will get me wrong! :(

Makedonia si e Makedonia a ne Macedonia kako ja vikaat,ama Jugoslavia bese drzava na site nas,mojata dilema e golema:ovdeka sto God da popolnuvas od formulari te prasuvaat sto si po nacionalnost a jas na toa nemam odgovor bidejki ne sum Srpkinja a sepak cel svoj zivot go ziveam vo Srbija...se nadevam deka ova ce ti razjasni nekoi raboti.Mojata cela familija e dolu,a jas cel zivot ziveam vo stranstvo...

Golem pozdrav

Merry Christmas to all of You that are celebrating it!!!

Posted: Mon Dec 26, 2005 1:13 am
by euskadi commander
Добро ај не се расправајте за џабе.

Не разбирам само што сакаш да кажеш со тоа дека не е Macedonia, кога тоа е на англиски и на латински така се пишува. На француски е поинаку, на германски е поинаку, а на македонски е Македонија - нормално

Posted: Mon Dec 26, 2005 1:53 am
by Batistuta
. . . Martincho is changing his country very often . . . Mkd-Ger-Mkd-Ger and now again Mkd :roll: :lol: :wink:

Posted: Mon Dec 26, 2005 2:17 am
by euskadi commander
zmajcek wrote:Country: Jugoslavija
City: Belgrad
Born: Belgrad
Age: 21
Female
(My origin is 100% Makedonian) :D


So, who do you support in handball? Club teams and national teams? :wink:

Posted: Mon Dec 26, 2005 11:41 am
by martincho
Daj boze da bese taka i da odev na sekoja nedela vo Geramnija, ne znam stvarno vo sto e rabotata ama izgleda deka e od internet kafeto kade sto prakam poraki. Koga ke pisam od doma se si e normalno a koga ke pisam od tamu me pravi germanec.

Posted: Tue Dec 27, 2005 1:51 am
by zmajcek
First,I'm supporting myself! :D
Then good handball no metter where it's being played!
No teams, no nations...but I have to admit that I liked to watch Norway before and now I was delighted with Russia on the WC.
I like handball that is being played in Denmark because it's fast,with lots of goals and fine moves...