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  • #386323

    Anonymous
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    Мотана и јесте пита. У Србији, Македонији и Босни једнако. Отиђи у било коју пекару у Београду и добићеш нешто мање или више попут овог:
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    Нисам знао, мени под бурек увијек мотани дали, под питу, питу.

    Најзанимљивије што сам недавно чуо. Бурек

    #386324

    Anonymous

    The way Americans pronounce "Bosnia" really annoys me.

    #386325

    Anonymous

    Your burek remainds me Polish biala kielbasa  ;)

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    #386326

    Anonymous

    I like bureks and kielbasas. Just as long my belly is happy! :D

    #386327

    Anonymous
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    I like bureks and kielbasas. Just as long my belly is happy! :D

    Don't forget about beer  ;D

    #386328

    Anonymous
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    Don't forget about beer  ;D

    Bemtiš! Jee jee jeeeeee haaaaaaaaawwwwwwww! Hahahahah. ;D

    Frankie Yankovic – Who Stole The Keeshka?

    #386329

    Anonymous
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    Bemtiš! Jee jee jeeeeee haaaaaaaaawwwwwwww! Hahahahah. ;D

    Frankie Yankovic – Who Stole The Keeshka?

    LLLLLLOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLLL  ;D

    #386330

    Anonymous
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    Your burek remainds me Polish biala kielbasa  ;)

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    It is mostly shape. Biala kielbasa is sausage. Pita is similar with Russian pirogs. But since burek is pita with meat, there is another similarity :)

    #386331

    Anonymous
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    LLLLLLOOOOOOOOOLLLLLLLLLL  ;D

    Polka! Maybe you might not know it but it has origin in Slavia too! ;D More precisely Bohemia. There is no veselica without Polka in Slovenia! ;D

    #386332

    Anonymous
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    Polka! Maybe you might not know it but it has origin in Slavia too! ;D More precisely Bohemia. There is no veselica without Polka in Slovenia! ;D

    And it got name after Polish women. (Polka)

    #386333

    Anonymous
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    Don't forget about beer  ;D

    Since we talk about beer………. ;D Roll out the barrel!!!

    Walter Ostanek And His Band – Beer Barrel Polka

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    And it got name after Polish women. (Polka)

    Yeah exactly! I wanna dance polka with them polish women. Right now! ;D

    #386334

    Anonymous
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    It is mostly shape. Biala kielbasa is sausage. Pita is similar with Russian pirogs. But since burek is pita with meat, there is another similarity :)

    Again your sense of humour is striking  ;D

    #386335

    Anonymous
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    Polka! Maybe you might not know it but it has origin in Slavia too! ;D More precisely Bohemia. There is no veselica without Polka in Slovenia! ;D

    I know Polka as a dance and it is popular in Poland, but this particular Polka I heard for the first time. It is awesome  ;D

    #386336

    Anonymous
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    I know Polka as a dance and it is popular in Poland, but this particular Polka I heard for the first time. It is awesome  ;D

    Realy? There is no veselica without polka! ;D Anyway Beer Barrel Polka is originally called Škoda lásky. XD

    Škoda lásky

    Karel Gott & Marcela Holanová – Škoda lásky

    #386337

    Anonymous
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    The way Americans pronounce "Bosnia" really annoys me.

    Bazznia  8) sounds cool to me ;D

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