It has not been for a week or so and I have just met life in New York – I went to Brooklyn, to the outdoor party – a party September 2018 Calendar Marathi with electronic music in the open that starts at 3 PM and lasts until dark. I did not know that at that time in Oslo played the qualification match for the European Championship between Norway and Croatia, which Croatia lost 0-2. But at the Brooklyn I saw a group of fans in the jersey I brought to America. Even though I did not meet them, I responded to the ejaculation. I painted them and put it on Instagram, with a comment on the swing. “The smoke of their cigarettes fills the bars / Triangle between Munich / Vancouver and the aisle docks. / #hrvati “, after all I have quoted the great Boris Marun. It was the best comment of people enthusiastic about Croatia, and I thought for the right, and gave me a precise correspondence with the rest of Marun’s verses with my biography:
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“Croatians go to the liver / No wonder: I’m with them / Thirty-eight years old. “I was then 38 years old and I just left Croatia. If someone told me that three years later I would walk to New York in Vurušić’s shirt, I would tell him to be joking or that something worrisome would happen with me in those three years.
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Still, I did not dress a square shirt, but I put it around the door. At the bar in Harlem, where two matches were being watched simultaneously (Croatia-Island and Argentina-Nigeria), I noticed the brilliant views of a larger group of Argentines – the t-shirt around my neck reminded them to defeat them 3-0. What I care about, I ignored the Argentine. But when Perišić scored a goal for the Croatian victory in 90th minute, those dark Argentines ran amazed at me – “Croacia, Croacia! Gimme five! “Defeat of Iceland meant a safer way of Argentina in the finals of the eighth.
Unknown group of September 2018 Calendar Marathi Argentines celebrated with me just because I was wearing a cushioned shirt around my neck. I will not blame you here – I was very pleased. I remembered Marune again, but this time in a more positive context. And I was in the language of telling these strangers that one of the best poets of my language grew up in their country, but I did not want to be a fool. I shouted twice, “Messi! Messi! “And they were happy to return to the TV that had been transferring the match to Nigeria.