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Bruno. 'In Berlin we had a big house with five floors if you counted the
German? I don't know what that means ... we don't say that in America
Beer is the Danish national drink, and the Danish national weakness is another beer.
Emil Drukker, the Head-hunter of Cologne.
Denmark's a prison.
What is home but a place where you are truly known?
The place where you continually return for love and acceptance - that's home.
Berlin is my favourite city.
Gregory: Go to hell.
Dane: I'd be glad to leave you in it.
This is the room of the wolfmother wallpaper.
dystopia, a reliably clean, well-lighted place.
The Democratic Party headquarters house elf,
Berlin is a very edgy place, a very cosmopolitan place. It's a place where completely different ideas and cultures come together and clash in a very warm way. In a very warm-hearted way.
Look at this. A barstool, named Sven? Some old Swedish custom, the winter kicks in, weather gets harsh, after a while you find yourself relating to the furniture in ways you didn't expect?
Home! With what different sensations different people pronounce and hear that word pronounced!
I still don't know where I am going to sleep tomorrow.
the front door of our apartment,
In this house, speaking and thinking
The greatest and most blessed thing in the Germanic life is the mythical, sensitive, yet strong, awakening. The fact is that we have again begun to dream our own primal dreams.
The home of the homeless all over the earth.
Germany, the diseased world's bathhouse.
Moose Factory (I wonder if they make moose there?)
The Musicians of Bremen
The smylere with the knyf under the cloke.
here in Haven Point.
Home; that place so much stereotyped, is where you decide it should be..
Hello - what hotel is this - ?
Party at in my mind, you're place sucks
HOME, which is the last floor for everyone.
Danders Anders squealed with joy. The most malodorous sound in the world.
Home I would go But that my doors are hateful to my eyes, Fill'd and damm'd up with gaping creditors, Watchful as fowlers when their game will spring.
How much beer is in German intelligence?
Hell, which as every frequent traveler knows, is in Concourse D of O'Hare Airport.
the sort of place you went when you had no other options.
Gregory: Well, Dane, you could share your impression with my alma mater instead.
Dane: It's a challenge.
Gregory: Glad to hear that hasn't changed. And which part do you find the most challenging?
Dane: Living up to your reputation.
Out of many things a great heap will be formed.
[Lat., De multis grandis acervus erit.]
My greetings to you, my Germany.
How the hell did you get to the cloister and back so fast?"
"I have a moose."
"Yeah, you know, big deer looking thing, likes water... antlers, well, not this moose, Una's female."
"I want a moose," Brede mumbled.
Together we shall see what is in this great kingdom of Denmark, and on this journey you will put from you all the sufferings of recent years and regain your joy in the world.
Gude nicht, and joy be wi' you a'.
ken whit tae dae wi' it.
Denmark is a small place. We all know each other.
His native home deep imag'd in his soul.
room below and a bedchamber above.
When the steede is stolne, shut the stable durre.
Home. It's wherever I'm with you.
There's a great tradition among the English of writing about Berlin. It's kind of a state of mind, almost. That even translates in terms of music. A lot of people go to Berlin with the idea that it's a state of mind.
Did you ever go to a place ... I think it was called Norway?" "No," said Arthur, "no, I didn't." "Pity," said Slartibartfast, "that was one of mine. Won an award, you know. Lovely crinkly edges. I was most upset to hear of its destruction.
Out, Himmler! Out of my sight! Go and visit your club-footed daughter! Bring her sauerkraut! Sauerkraut and heroin, Thorndike! She will love it! She will - !
thoughts about them living alone in German-occupied Shedlitz
I say my hell is the closet I'm stuck inside.
Demons live in many lands, but particularly in Prussia.
It's from Scandinavia! This, we learned, was the name of a region, a cold and forsaken place where people stayed indoors and plotted the death of knobs.
Troll - in the dungeons - thought you ought to know.
Tonstant Weader fwowed up.
I'm German in my mind, but from a Germany that doesn't exist any more.
Berlin is like being abroad in Germany. It's German, but not provincial.
Home. Wow. I'm already calling it home.
Well, isn't that what any place is? Any place that you share with
someone you love, I mean?
Bergen, and Oldfield. The
Here is another marvy glimpse into the gothic basement that I call my mind.
Ah, there should be a young man, ein schone Junge carrying Blumen, a bouquet of roses. There should be cold Rhine wine and Strausswaltzes, and on the long way home kisses in the shadow of an archway, like a Cinderella.
Danzhol. The one with the marriage proposal and the objections to the town charter in central Monsea. "Bacon," Bitterblue muttered. "Bacon!" she repeated, then carefully made her way up the spiral stairs.
I bear the dungeon within me; within me is winter, ice, and despair; I have darkness in my soul.
So the wolfling is leaving his den to play among the lions, he said in a voice of quiet satisfaction.
Location: Amsterdam, Where Fire Is Called Vlam
Since moving to Valhalla, I'd learned an impressive number of Old Norse cusswords. Meinfretr translated as something like stinkfart, which was, naturally, the worse kind of fart
If the bears don't get you, it's home.
We arrived in Ulm just after the honeymoon, the moving there only prolonging it. Having slept that glorious jet-lag sleep right into evening on our first day, we took a walk through the streets of our new city, laughing aloud at our good fortune. How could we be living here?
Home, you think. Home. This is my world. This is where I come from. Everyone I know, everyone I ever heard of, grew up down there, under that relentless and exquisite blue.
Toronto Sydney New Delhi
Ut laeve is genne pannekook
Dresden? There is not such a place any longer." "I want to point out, that besides Essen, we never actually considered any particular industrial sites as targets. The destruction of industrial sites always was some sort of bonus for us. Our real targets always were the inner cities.
The proper verb for depression is sink.
I've been in Hamburg for about ten years and I just feel at home.
Long live eternal Germany!
In what vile part of this anatomy
Doth my name lodge? Tell me, that I may sack
The hateful mansion.
Thich Naht Hahn: "The path is the goal.
I have learned and dismantled all the words in order to draw from them a
single word: Home.
Dennis Wholey. It
The cool, grey city of love.
Denmark is, like, the flattest country on Earth.
Amsterdam is like the rings of a tree: It gets older as you get closer to the center.
You're NOT Norway!!! You'll never BE Norway!!! And BECAUSE of your not being Norway, you will be CRUELLY and UNFORGIVINGLY PUNISHED!!!
Bless your sexy, sexy Viking heart,
Blasted doorknob of a kender
I might have some Danish lessons sometimes.
the Dew-Drop Inn & Fishing Camp;
The Dew-Drop Inn & Fishing Camp;
I am Alvarr sen Danyd, and I call you in Teganne's name. I need you. Come!
Savage bears keep at peace with one another.
[Lat., Saevis inter se convenit ursis.]
The road passed through a curtain of pine forest and came out on a flat, rolling snow field. In this field the sprawled or bunched bodies of Germans lay thick, like some dark shapeless vegetable.
Liebenthal's camping, and he's got more dakka than you. You're fucked if you go in together.
neighborhood, the place I left each
Belgian stranger - all
My Becca's home.
bedroom. I love this house. My mom