Please close your windows when having loud sex.
You are waking up your neighbours
Your are parking like the last human on earth!
I for one would appreciate it if you wouldn’t reproduce.
World champions 2014
Please treat yourself to a 4th star
sadly I barfed out of the window.
Right now (8am) I have to go to work, I’m coming by later to clean up.
In Berlin, being in vogue means having the guts to say, “I don’t care about fashion.”
All year long, Berliners mirror the weather by adorning themselves in black from head to toe. When neon pink becomes the new black, they stay faithful to the old black. In the middle of summer, they dig out their chunkiest boots, and in winter they make their own accessories to complete a spontaneously concocted, eclectic ensemble.
In the end, Berliners are almost always either underdressed or overdressed. But they’re also the last to care.
That’s the Berlin style.❞
While we are on the topic of iceboxes on Berlin streets….
"Most importantly: it’s out of the house for now"
-” SOMEONE will take care of this”
HOW MUCH EURO IS YOUR SOUL
>In Berlin for 40 minutes
>Already spot an abandoned icebox lying on its side on a street corner
Hey it’s just chilling ok
Someone will pick it up
Someone always picks it up
Someone who really needs an icebox
Evangelische St.Thomas-Kirche, erbaut 1865-1869, Architekt: Prof. Adler
#berlin #kreuzberg #mariannenplatz #nofilter #church #kirche #sky #clouds (hier: Mariannenplatz Berlin-Kreuzberg)
The scent of Berlin by Henrik Vibskov
More pics form the "Sofa Stadium".
At the public viewing setup at football club Union Berlin’s Alte Forsterei stadium fans have been allowed to bring their own sofas and watch games on a giant screen for free.
(Pictures taken during the Brasil vs Croatia game)
Over at the Alte Försterei stadium, Union Berlin have invited supporters to bring their sofas to watch World Cup matches on a giant screen.
While others cram into crowded bars or squeeze around the television set at home, Berliners can follow the World Cup from the comfort of their own sofas in a stadium-sized living room on a 700-inch screen.
Berlin’s Union Berlin soccer team, which plays in the second division, has turned its stadium into a vast “World Cup living room,” allowing fans to transport their own sofa onto the pitch to watch the games for free.
Some have gone to great lengths to bring their sofas to the venue. Sascha Alexander, 32, said after reserving a spot on the stadium turf he bought two couches on eBay, rented a van, drove across the city and dragged them in.
"We live in a big shared apartment and we didn’t want to watch the match at home," he said before watching Switzerland’s 2-1 victory over Ecuador with friends on Sunday.
"We found the idea of a big living room comical."
Up and down the neatly-ordered rows of sofas, fans reclined on their cushions and blankets and rested their feet on the tables. Ponesky said some people feel so at home they come in their bathrobes.
"Watching a game on a giant screen on a sofa in a stadium is just crazy," said English 26-year-old Dale Bradbury, who now lives in Berlin.
A woman walks through the Tiergarten park as the morning sun shines through the trees in Berlin, Germany
Picture: Maja Hitij/AP