tumpsi wrote:Yes, some people (mainly 40+ aged) eat that thing called lyefish. Haven't got
a chance to taste it myself. That really doesn't bother me much
Pulla means a cinnamon baked roll (<- rough translation), and it isn't bread.
I'm not a big fan of sauna, but I do go there evry now and then to relax my
muscles after big training sessions or tournaments.
mothrows wrote:The food discussion is waaay more interesting to me than the politics. Obviously the place we grew up has a big influence on our political views, so the "I'm right, you're wrong" from both sides can only go so far, without becoming redundant and boring. Tell me more about the food!
mgoofy24 wrote:Hmm, interesting. My grandma makes Pulla in a braided bread type fashion. I can see how it could be a bun though. I like putting butter and cloudberry jam on it
Jesse B 707 wrote:i like the direction this thread is taking
domromer wrote:50ft approach with water 5ft behind basket, go for it or layup? Layup
jsun3thousand wrote:Disc golfers are holding the sport back.
Furthur wrote:domromer wrote:50ft approach with water 5ft behind basket, go for it or layup? Layup
Poorly designed hole. Water needs to be 15 feet behind basket, to give you the option of going for it.
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