Long before this happened, Berlin was one of my favorite cities I’ve ever visited.
Gingeroux and Legolas have arrived in Berlin play for the Ice Bears (that’s Eisbaren for those of you translating at home). They’ve begun practicing with the team. I’ve begun wondering when Coca-Cola is going to sue someone for making their polar bear mascot look so angry. ”Nein! Nein! Nein!”
In the German language, you can combine multiple words to make a new word, precisely expressing your meaning. That happens all the time with Jess – I believe “fangirl deathsplosion” and “ragestroke” were two of her coined phrases.
I wish we could hear what G & D are saying in their secret language.
Danny Briere’s plaid shirt and short, adorable single dad-ness will be the death of me. Claude is wearing inspirational messaging t-shirts brought to you by those square quote cards that cost extra postage (bonus sweatpants).
If you can handle one more moment of this (hint: hug a pillow), here’s a video of their arrival [link] and their press conference [link]. The Ice Bears site even has Danny listed as Danny Briere, not Daniel. Why is that so perfect?!
Excuse me, I have to go sit in Time Out and say the rosary 87 times.