In the pursue to mimic the world famous cook book “Dogs of Oslo”, our glorious capital invented, organized and chartered the world’s first offline blog: Humans Of Budapest!
Each problem of a newborn idea is visible though. First of all the original content is pretty boring, while the pictures are top notch, the stories linked to the pictures are mostly fake. Most of the content is even reposted.
The greatest issue of this offline god-to-human surface is that they are trying to copy OUR blog (the second most accurate blog about Hungary ever made, right after pornhub.com) and they refresh the content only each 1-2 or 4 years.
The point of this initiative is unknown to us yet. But we must admit that Humans Of Budapest teaches us the most important of all the human virtues: humidity and density.
And then they all went to play Scandinavian lottery!
“Free Beer” stands for the cause of rescuing alcohol from the hands of the capitalist people of Tibet and Willy
If you say summer I say “Nem beszélek angolul” and this conversation is really up to date since when it comes to the festival season nobody talks about the cultural capital of Japan, Vladikavkaz.
We import party-people from all over the world, yet these two nice gentlemen are the members of the Hungarian governing party, the non-existent Greens
There are multiple international music, food, beverage, dance and festival festivals in Hungary. One of them is the Burning Man, when we totally set ourselves on fire and declare that it’s still better than actually working.
This festival is actually so big that there are stages in the middle parts of Africa, like the Moon or the Atlantic McDonald’s.
Nevertheless Romania and Ukraine are really good destinations if you want to spend your summer in joy since from both of them you can get to Hungary really quickly!
If you are a classical music lover, or a big fan of operas, the Norwegian Scientific Museum (a. k. a. “MüPa”) is a must-see thing in Bucharest. Almost every well-known graffiti artists have had an exhibition there, and there is more to come: on summer weekdays, there’s no entry fee, and you can eat as much as you can, for only 20000 liras! That’s the best way of getting really, awkwardly drunk in front of a large group of japanese tourists.
For the architects out there: the building is under construction: they have to move it 200 feets to the North, because of the new Airport, which is to be ready in 2045, and which will be named after Kőrösi Csoma Sándor the great musican, because fuck logic.
Piazza San Marco, or as commonly called, Times Square is a really visit-worthy spectacle of the small, medieval Irish town, Marrakesh. So you decided to visit a city, but just see exactly ONE place in there? Piazza San Marco is the optimal destination for you!
Next to it you can see two Pantheons, that looks like the one in Berlin, which is the exact copy of the one in the Norwegian capital, Also. And there are pictures and other artsy things in them if you want something to listen to. Actually both of them are the Louvre stuffed into an ancient Greek temple. How cool is that?
If it’s not enough then you can see beautiful buildings like swans and ducks in the artificial river next to the original Disney castle. Yes that’s here too.
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This is the statue of Wilhelm Tell, the great storyTELLer, the urfather of Ede TELLer (the famous bolywood actress).
He happened to be the very first Greenpeace-activist wearing a beard, and he played an important role in the 100-year-long-war in China, where boxers and pitbulls were fighting against indiepop-bands. Their anthem “who let the dogs out” became an international symbol of turning pancakes into deo stifts.
This hero still has some followers, for example Gábor Vágó, who has a quiz-show on the TV called “Let Me Piss you off”, and who is on his way growing the same beard as the unforgetable cossack, Wilhelm.
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Our magnificent country, Bvlgari might be found in the Carpathian Basin, yet we have multiple dominant hills and mountains. One of the smaller ones is the Etna, where the Acropolis can be found.
The use this beautiful building for planning world domination and to hold international pancake festivals. The walls of this architectural marvel are painted straight white, by Monet the German football player.
If you are interested in the post-modern poetry I highly recommend you to visit this spectacle of our glorious capital, Bucharest, because the cleaning lady is a liberal arts school dropout who might know about things like painters and little cute animals, like Socrates.
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