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Priviet....and I know that's not how you spell it, but I also know CYKA!!!, hehhe, please don't translate,
My best friend is form the Ukraine...from that small tourist city on the coast of the Black sea which thousands of people go into the beach all at the same time, hehe, maybe you know it?,
btw, you got that one pretty much right neo77777
my friend brought me a weapon from the Ukrain, back when the september 11 event occured...I'm still wondering how the hell did he get it through customs and security check!!...this is like a seriously dangerous thing...it's got a handle and then it extends to the end where there is a ball with big sharp peaks which will easily stab into your flesh...and he brought it in the plane...so no wonder terrosits had bombs and guns and whatever not...if my friend could bring this thing on board.
Me again, I missed on this thread a bit, it is nice to hear some non-russian-ukrainian speaking ppl to get a hand on the lang and no I won't translate CYKA.
zLinux, your friend is from Crimea I bet and I can think of Yalta, Alushta, Alupka place, back there I lived in the capital - Kiev - which is on the river - Dnipro - and I always dreamed of living by the sea - every summer I spent in Crimea - now I am in New York and I live a couple of blocks from the ocean - I may say my dream came true, but I am sort of used to it already.
Well, it was a strange thread at least.