joachim von ribbentrop

Okay, I put effort into this and it makes even my depressed mood go more positive! Hope it does so for you too, and I’m curious of your results already! 
May I present you with my masterpiece:

Your date of birth:

1 - K. Wolff
2 - H-J. Marseille
3 - E. Rommel
4 - A. Eichmann
5 - E. Röhm
6 - B. Mussolini
7 - R. Heydrich
8 - H. Himmler
9 - W. Schellenberg
10 - A. Rosenberg
11 - A. Hitler
12 - J. Goebbels
13 - J. Ribbentrop
14 - B. Schirach
15 - H. Frank
16 - M. Wünsche
17 - J. Mengele
18 - K. Brant
19 - W. Mölders
20 - R. Höss
21 - F. Papen
22 - H. Göring
23 - A. Goeth
24 - E. Hartmann
25 - J. Peiper
26 - E. Kaltenbrunner
27 - J. Streicher
28 - A. Speer
29 - E. Raeder
30 - M. Bormann
31 - W. Frick

Your month of birth:

January - cries
February - hysterically laughs
March - gets depressed
April - gets overly excited
May - passes out
June - throws a party
July - smokes weed
August - starts bitching
September - throws objects
October - drinks too much
November - cooks dinner
December - goes KFC

First letter of your name:

A - when I fail my finals
B - when I want to go KFC
C - when I fall down the stairs
D - when I lose faith in humanity
E - when I fall asleep
F - when I jump on a trampoline
G - when I call my friends
H - when I piss people off
I - when I don’t do my work
J - when I go shopping
K - when I buy a watermelon
L - when I call my mum
M - when I have a nightmare
N - when I burn stuff
O - when I judge others
P - when I spend too much time online
Q - when I laugh
R - when I talk about history
S - when I get a nose bleed
T - when I talk about politics
U - when I run for the bus
V - when I talk about food
W - when I throw a party
X - when I’m disappointed
Y - when I go on a holiday
Z - when I get ill

Tell me what you got!

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Mussolini and Hitler with others officials on the steps of the Vittoriano. Italy, May 1938.

The Monumento nazionale a Vittorio Emanuele II, better known as the Vittoriano or Altare della Patria, is a national monument located in Rome, on the Campidoglio, designed by architect Giuseppe Sacconi. The name “Vittoriano” is derived from Vittorio Emanuele II di Savoia, the first king of Italy. Since 1921 the monument holds the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and gained a new symbolic value, initially thought of as a dynastic monument finally became a celebration of union and freedom.

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