Monday, August 21, 2006

SECRETS OF GOD OF WINE REVEALED!


There is a saying in German that may shock you. Roughly translated it is:

Guests are like dead fish. If you keep them too long, they begin to smell.


Well, I don't know about guests, but so-called secrets aren't very interesting after a while. I have been appearing here in cognito
long enough.



READ ALL ABOUT HIM!
SECRETS OF DENNIS GOD OF WINE REVEALED!

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5 comments:

carla said...

Dear Dennis,

That's not true here in Brazil!!! We love to have our guests at home for as long as we can. Of course, there are those inconvenient ones, but, in general, it's a big pleasure for us to have our guests for a long period of time!!!

And you are certainly a very special guest, the God of Wine, one of my favorite drinks!!!

Beijos and thanks for sharing so much with us.

Carla

Dennis said...

I'd heard of how hospitable Brazilians are, Carla. That's why I wrote: "It may shock you, but......"

Cheers!


Dennis

Jenverschoor said...

I come from a Swiss-Dutch family and I lived in Brazil.
In my house while we lived in Brazil there was a big sign that said: "All our visitors bring happiness, some by coming and others by going". I´m sure that my father bought that sign.
Brazilians are very friendly even more than Argentinians.

You´ve done a great job and I also learnt a lot about Germany.
Very interesting!!
Jennifer

carla said...

Hi, Jennifer.

Where in Brazil did you live? For how long? Why did you come to Brazil?

Just a curious Brazilian.

Carla

Jenverschoor said...

I just love the Brazilian spirit!! You are always happy and know how to enjoy life.
My father was tranfered to Ipanema and we lived there 7 years.
It was great having the beach so near. In Argentina I have to travel 350km to see the ocean!!
bye for now
Jennifer