A country in Eastern Europe, that will celebrate a millennium of its name's mentioning in written history soon. Once the country has been a mighty principality and kingdom, repulsing all the mofos Mongolians or Germans. Then those illiterate fools Lithuanians, having one the most archaic language but even dukes still not being able to spell, mixed with Poles and degenerated into that shit that we are in now. We often recall that glorious past relating ourselves to it and dreaming of smth. that no longer exist and has no worth to us whatsoever. The same happened after 1991 Lithuania's struggle for independence. Years after that people still twaddle about Sajudis and patriotism, while the younger generation (along with some older people) doesn't give a damn and flee out of the country for good. Therefore our economy is colapsing despite a constant reassuring of our f..ked up government that it's booming but we allegedly aren't able to see that yet.
Inspite of that Lithuanians are rather smart, nice tempered people, they are inventive and industrious. Although Lithuanian literature and poetry is mostly crap, the language as I've mentioned before, is very old and beautiful, it's lectured all over the world at universities. The landscape is nice, the climate is very good (with all the seasons and without extremes regarding temperature). Food is fine, service is shit. But it's not an africa or smth., we have the Old Town and it's charming, the rest of the city (I mean the capital Vilnius, cause it's the only city in the state) is a disharmonious pigsty of ugly shooting "sky-f...king-scrapers" or view rapers to be precise. BTW, in the central square next to the Cathedral you can spot a funny monument of the Great duke Gediminas. I bet that somnambulist's view will make you piss your pants, the architect must've been drunk or sick while making up that. Perhaps both.
Now women. Well, in comparison with a German, a lithuanian girl is a beauty queen, but it's not the case if compared with a Pole or a Russian gal, the latter would be prettier. Lithuanians (that includes ladies too) are rather moody and not as sanguine as Russians (that's why we have the highest suicide rate in the whole damn world, if I'm not mistaken). That's all I have to say about my motherland.
Hi, two beers and a girl please.
Party in here or take out?
I prefer drinking here, thank you.
I don't like Lithuania's flag, nor anthem.