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Re: Euro 2012

Post by DaN-PrS on Mon Jun 18, 2012 11:35 pm

law_1990 wrote:well it looks like our little jolly into europe ends next week then lol





worth it:

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by law_1990 on Tue Jun 19, 2012 12:41 am

cheers

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by GoMonkey66 on Tue Jun 19, 2012 9:06 am

Here's a little bit of Natalia at her...um...day job:















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Post by DaN-PrS on Tue Jun 19, 2012 9:26 am



looks a bit like Eva Mendes

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by law_1990 on Tue Jun 19, 2012 9:38 am

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm sunny

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by Guest on Tue Jun 19, 2012 9:49 am

Made it past the group stage, already an improvement!


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Re: Euro 2012

Post by DaN-PrS on Tue Jun 19, 2012 11:10 am





Nani rooms with M. Veloso and plays PS3 cheers
(from their Fb page)

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by DaN-PrS on Tue Jun 19, 2012 1:40 pm

reasons Ukraine didn't get through:

-Ukrainian goal keeper not being able to hold on to the ball
-shevchenko not being able to start
-no other strikers to finish all the amazing plays
-getting robbed a goal (thanks FIFA)


major LAWLZ @ France v Sweden

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by null on Tue Jun 19, 2012 6:13 pm

My love for football is growing...

Continue monkey with the wonderful pics. happyface

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by DaN-PrS on Wed Jun 20, 2012 12:03 pm





these guys are retarded facepalm

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by law_1990 on Thu Jun 21, 2012 12:34 pm

gotta admit. I'm liking Portugal's linking play. Some of it has been so fluid and nice to watch. Czech are holding firm though. Defending in packs almost lol.

Ronaldo so unlucky just now notbad

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by DaN-PrS on Thu Jun 21, 2012 12:41 pm

law_1990 wrote:Ronaldo so unlucky just now notbad


that shot on post yea, they're trying to break in that tight wall and being somewhat patient but at this rate we'll have the entire team with yellows
which surprises me Pepe doesn't yet have one Laughing

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by DaN-PrS on Thu Jun 21, 2012 1:39 pm

frustrating shitty game to watch, thanks Czech

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by GoMonkey66 on Fri Jun 22, 2012 8:40 am

Hats off to the Portugreasers...they played well. The game started off pretty close for about 20 mins or so, but Portugal denied them any possession and passed well. The second half they just Spained them in the butthole and passed like crazy and kept possession. I thought Ronaldo looked great, despite the two posts. Both efforts were nice, and his goal was fantastic...he just came out of nowhere. Despite putting three guys on him the whole game he managed to just torment those defenders the whole 90. Gebre Selassie got turned inside-out so many times, lol. You could tell Ronaldo just wanted this one badly, and I actually felt happy for him for about three seconds until the camera zoomed on him...then he went back to being the cunt I want to see get the fuck kicked out of.

Dan, did you see Figo when they scored? Lol...he looked like Rocky Balboa, lawl.

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by GoMonkey66 on Fri Jun 22, 2012 8:56 am

#Figorgasm... #Euro2012 on Twitpic

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by DaN-PrS on Fri Jun 22, 2012 10:08 am

That's Figo chillin' with Eusebio, Eusebio is usually at every match of the Portuguese team for some reason. Must really, really miss it.

I can see the resemblance lol

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by law_1990 on Fri Jun 22, 2012 11:42 am

germans now.

Hope they put 10 past the Greek cheers

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by Guest on Fri Jun 22, 2012 11:54 am

law_1990 wrote:germans now.

Hope they put 10 past the Greek cheers

I hope Greece wins. I want to go party with the Greeks like I did in 2004. We such down a decent sized chunk of the city with all the celebration. Was almost as bad as 2006. Now that was a party.

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by DaN-PrS on Fri Jun 22, 2012 1:39 pm

not sure what to say about today's game

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by law_1990 on Fri Jun 22, 2012 1:40 pm

fuckyea

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by Guest on Fri Jun 22, 2012 2:15 pm

Well, it was a game. I guess. Maybe. Sometimes.

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by DaN-PrS on Fri Jun 22, 2012 7:44 pm





might as well


edit: just realized Figo is still wearing his own jersey Thumbs Up

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by GoMonkey66 on Sat Jun 23, 2012 10:15 am

Germany was ridiculous...they aren't even trying, and they still completely destroy teams...

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by law_1990 on Sat Jun 23, 2012 11:00 am

mhmm.
Part of me really wants us to do the Italians just to see our eventual demise in the semis to them lol

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by GoMonkey66 on Sat Jun 23, 2012 11:41 am

Yeah, definitely...having Italy and Portugal in the semis is just too much grease and hair oil in one competition. This isn't fucking pro wrestling...

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by DaN-PrS on Sat Jun 23, 2012 11:44 am

I hear Ronaldo lubes up real nice at half time teabags

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by GoMonkey66 on Sat Jun 23, 2012 12:20 pm

Can you imagine how garlicky the stadium would be if there ends up being an Italy/France game? The tailgate party would be fucking awesome though.

Actually, now that I think about it, with the awesome sausage traditions of Portugal, Spain, Germany, France, and Italy ANY of the tailgate parties would be delicious. Sorry Law, bangers just don't grill very well...

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Re: Euro 2012

Post by Guest on Sat Jun 23, 2012 12:36 pm

GoMonkey66 wrote:Can you imagine how garlicky the stadium would be if there ends up being an Italy/France game? The tailgate party would be fucking awesome though.

Actually, now that I think about it, with the awesome sausage traditions of Portugal, Spain, Germany, France, and Italy ANY of the tailgate parties would be delicious. Sorry Law, bangers just don't grill very well...

I got an Italian sausage right here *points to refrigerator*

Hey wait a minute....

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Post by GoMonkey66 on Sat Jun 23, 2012 12:44 pm

If the Euros were decided by sausages, Germany would win hands down...BUT...if it was decided by cheeses, who do you think would win?

The quarterfinal contenders would have to be England, Holland, Denmark, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, and Greece.

The Greeks are a little one-dimensional, with their feta. Spain doesn't display enough creativity or mastery here. Germany has some nice ideas, but they tend to be a little hard and dry. Italy has a fine tradition and demonstrated mastery, but are better to cook with than on their own. France has some sublime talents here, and are very diverse in their attack. Denmark is pretty straightforward but works well in any system. Holland again bring so much creativity and variety, and England are demonstrated masters when it comes to cheddars and other firmer orange cheeses, something only the Dutch come close to working well with.

For me it is a tough call. I love a good Danish blue or Gorgonzola, stinky cave aged cheeses like that. But I also love brie and goat cheeses and other soft, creamy young cheeses, especially herbed or peppered . On the other hand, dill havarti, smoky Gouda, and other semi-firm Dutch and Danish cheeses work so well on sandwiches. And then there are the fine English cheeses...the cheddars of Stilton and Cotswold and the like...so good anywhere between mild to sharp, great on bread, in sandwiches, melted, sliced, whatever...all good.

I honestly couldn't decide. Dan, you're the expert here...what do you think?

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Post by DaN-PrS on Sat Jun 23, 2012 2:09 pm

GoMonkey66 wrote:If the Euros were decided by sausages, Germany would win hands down...BUT...if it was decided by cheeses, who do you think would win?

The quarterfinal contenders would have to be England, Holland, Denmark, France, Italy, Germany, Spain, and Greece.

The Greeks are a little one-dimensional, with their feta. Spain doesn't display enough creativity or mastery here. Germany has some nice ideas, but they tend to be a little hard and dry. Italy has a fine tradition and demonstrated mastery, but are better to cook with than on their own. France has some sublime talents here, and are very diverse in their attack. Denmark is pretty straightforward but works well in any system. Holland again bring so much creativity and variety, and England are demonstrated masters when it comes to cheddars and other firmer orange cheeses, something only the Dutch come close to working well with.

For me it is a tough call. I love a good Danish blue or Gorgonzola, stinky cave aged cheeses like that. But I also love brie and goat cheeses and other soft, creamy young cheeses, especially herbed or peppered . On the other hand, dill havarti, smoky Gouda, and other semi-firm Dutch and Danish cheeses work so well on sandwiches. And then there are the fine English cheeses...the cheddars of Stilton and Cotswold and the like...so good anywhere between mild to sharp, great on bread, in sandwiches, melted, sliced, whatever...all good.

I honestly couldn't decide. Dan, you're the expert here...what do you think?

Don't underestimate the Greek goat cheese, they have some of the best goat cheeses I've tasted. But it's a tough call. You can't really say the Dutch Gouda is better then the Italian Pecorino or a French Munster, they're too different.
Holland has some great mild semi hard cheeses great for steak sammiches (I do it all the time ) but the Spanish Manchego is a very close contender.
I think France wins the soft cheese contest, aside from Brie which is one of everyone's favorite, they produce some other more pungent yet very soft completely melting cheeses (camembert). Fontina from Italy being a very close contender as well.
Cooking cheeses is also between Italy and France and we all know the Italian cheeses very well (mozzarella, gorgonzola and parmagiano) but I think it's because the Italian cuisine is so popular in the States.
Which leaves the blue cheeses, I don't know much about them tbh so no comment.

Other cheeses to consider are Italian red wine brine washed cheese, goat piri piri (if you like spice this is a must), Portuguese Serra (very similar to Dutch ball cheeses and Alentejo (goat and cow blend).


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