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Puutarha.net - Keskustelupalstat - Vihreä koti - Astiastot

Puutarha.net - Keskustelupalstat - Vihreä koti - Astiastot

okay, imma tell y'all a story. So i talk finnish as my native language. finnish word for lips is huulet and i somehow convinced my mind that finnish word for lips is lipset. i don't know why or how, but to still every time i try to talk about lips, i call https://www.musclesaurus.com

One time my grandma asked me a question in Panjabi and I answered in French. My first language is English rip

The reasons why I'm learning Finnish, and it's not why you might think!...The short answer is I love it!...*Read more.

Why I'm Learning Finnish

Why I'm learning Finnish. This strange language that I’d been playing at learning, all of sudden became something rare and desirable:

Karjalanpiirakka,Traditional finnish Karelian pie. #Finland

Karjalan Piirakka (Karelian Pie) With Egg Butter

Karjalanpiirakka: Finland (Karelia) rye flour pies filled with savoury rice porridge or potato and served with a mixture of butter and scrambled egg.

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Modern Prefab Sun House

Love the huge covered deck on this tiny home.exactly what we want to do if we build a small home for our family.big covered deck with heaters and a fireplace and bbq area to extend the living space.

Check out this list of 20 TRADITIONAL FOOD OF FINLAND and let me know which one you'd love to try if you visit this beautiful country – or pin this to read later!

20 Different Traditional Finnish Food You Must Try in Finland

Check out this list of 20 TRADITIONAL FOOD OF FINLAND and let me know which one you'd love to try if you visit this beautiful country – or pin this to read later!

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Karjalan Pies

These savory pastries were my favorite thing to eat in Finland. Rice porridge surrounded by a rye flour crust, baked until slightly browned. In Finland, they're often eaten at breakfast or lunch. Delicious topped with ham, cheese, or just (real!

This is how to say "I love you" in 50 languages

How To Say 'I Love You' In Any Language

APH - Finnish lesson by skitsoneito.deviantart.com on @deviantART  S: "I'm sorry. I don't understand Finnish that well."  F: "I-I like you."  S: "'I like you,' or-?" F: "That's right."  S: "So how do you say in Finnish 'I love you'?"  F: "I love you." <<< THANK YOU FOR THE TRANSLATION.

Hetalia - Sweden / Finland (SuFin) "Finnish lesson" - S: "I'm sorry. I don't understand Finnish that well." - F: "I-I like you." - S: "'I like you,' or-?" - S: "So how do you say in Finnish 'I love you'?

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