If the discussion was sparked by me saying that Suum Cuique (to each his own) is Prussia's motto, then that was me. And wiki is not lying because I checked and wiki states that the motto of prussia is indeed Suum cuique. At least the english page says so.Met a few days ago in game? Had a chat about how wiki is lying Or was it someone else ...
It is not rice, oh no. It is pearl-barley. I think it is cheap, that is why it was used a lot (too much, even) in soviet soldiers' rations, it least in my days when I was in the Soviet Army. But it sure makes it a great nick. You are lucky!Perlovka means rice in Russian, I think.
It's on this one shirt I own that has random words in foreign languages, I thought it sounded/looked cool.
Plus I like to play the Soviets more than the Germans so I picked it.
Your memory serves you well.I read something about the buckle belts of the german soldiers "God with us" (Gott mit uns) was stamped on them and I remembered (wrongly?) that it was stamped on them because it was the motto of Prussia. So the questions is, is my memory playing tricks on me or did someone write sh*t in the wiki.
Your nick fits it perfectly but your age doesn'tThis one's too long story to write from beginning to the end. In simple, it is a combination of multiple nicks shortened up and finally mixed two things together.
Too bad it just doesn't fit with my voice, since people often says I sound like some 60 year old pedophile who drinks lots of alcohol.
I know I'm a bit late but there's an extremely cool song by Lube by that title I'm Karabiner not because of the german for carbine or something like that but because of the climbing equipment thing.
yah one of my favorite songs of lubeI know I'm a bit late but there's an extremely cool song by Lube by that title I'm Karabiner not because of the german for carbine or something like that but because of the climbing equipment thing.
Oh yah, Lyube ftw!