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  • webbadgal
    25.09.2021 - 17 minutes ago

    I am waiting for an important call that is late in coming and I would like to dry myself and continue with my day thanks.

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  • cristianoteofili
    25.09.2021 - 39 minutes ago

    Abuser, ink on paper, 22x30 cm (2021)


    #abuser#ink #Ink on paper #made in italy #contemporary art
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  • kurhanchyk
    25.09.2021 - 45 minutes ago

    holy roman empire might be the most uninteresting place for me to study about. it's the most typical medieval and early modern europe you can think of and also GERMAN. jesus christ

    #like medieval france medieval italy medieval spain even medieval england they all have some spirit #and dear god how much i love byzantines and medieval eastern mediterranean in general #hre tho???... #m
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  • mal-di-testa
    25.09.2021 - 46 minutes ago
    But first, as every good Italian, we had to jinx it for France, during the game against Switzerland, that we bested in Rome 3-0. We dedicated the 28th of June to that. Tolòi and I watched the match from our room, with the window open, while many of the others were gathered in one of Coverciano's halls to watch it together. We were watching it on a channel, our teammates on another. Their transmission was slightly ahead of ours, and that was enough to kill the element of surprise.
    We heard them roar.

    Extra time. Than the penalties. On Mbappé's mistake there was a real torcida. And the famous refrain - the one from the victory against France at the 2006 World Cup - could be heard in every corner of the training center.
    De Rossi went full on Berlin mode and got emotional.
    Everyone went crazy. France defending World champion, out like that. More Azzurri and less Blues. A madhouse. We wouldn't have to play with them in a possible semi-final, it was great news. Ah excess of happiness due to an excess of respect.

    Our teammates would stop Tolòi and me in the halls saying: "Do you know that France has lost, or are you still waiting for Mbappé to kick the penalty?"
    #italy nt#euro 2020#leonardo spinazzola#buongiorno campioni#rafael toloi #daniele de rossi #are you actually Italian is you don't jint it for France? #alexa play: Materazzi ha fatto gol
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  • mksphott
    25.09.2021 - 1 hour ago

    what is happiness? 

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  • guysofeurovision
    25.09.2021 - 1 hour ago
    #giuseppe di bella #eurovision#esc#italia#spain#españa#dancer#bulge#selfie #eurovision song contest #italy#hunk
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  • allthesepurplelights
    25.09.2021 - 2 hours ago

    cyprus is already preparing for esc 2023 and italy still can’t even announce the host city for esc 2022

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  • book-suggestions
    25.09.2021 - 2 hours ago

    Reading Lord of the rings for the first time!

    The movies have been a staple of my childhood and recently, I went of a 3 day hike with some friends and brought along the fellowship of the ring just for giggles. After reading the intro part and a few chapters after that, it really caught my interest. It's so beautifully written!! For most of my life whenever I asked about the Lotr books people would tell me it reads like the bible so I never touched it. Little behold it's a damn masterpiece!

    Not sure why I felt compelled to post this here. Hope everyone if safe and well! Thanks for reading

    submitted by /u/Radiohead224 [link] [comments] So many books, so little time https://ift.tt/3CKAPbz Want this book ? Click here for a discount

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  • book-suggestions
    25.09.2021 - 2 hours ago

    Just finished My Life in Red and White by Arsène Wenger. Decent one time read for his fans.

    For the most part, the book reads like a stream of consciousness conversation about his life.

    The book is split into seven/eight largish chapters spanning his life and work.

    The prose drips with his passion for the game and desire to win. The writing style is nothing special, but nicely conveys condensed wisdom.

    This book is by no means a tell-all. While I expected it, I was disappointed that he did not speak about his fallout with Ashley Cole or his off the field battles with Mourinho - he is much to classy for that. He touched on the rivalry with Sir Alex, but in a positive light.

    I loved the photo montages. I leafed through them slowly, mired in nostalgia.

    All in all, a decent read from one of the most talented and influential mangers to have graced the game. Won't recommend to non-football fans.

    submitted by /u/leeoturner [link] [comments] So many books, so little time https://www.reddit.com/r/books/comments/pv16za/just_finished_my_life_in_red_and_white_by_arsène/ Want this book ? Click here for a discount

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