'You don't know?? You went to a tram stop, totally drunk, at five in the morning, in Namesti Bratri Synku, and you didn't even know if there was a tram going from there at that time??' 'No. I was going to find out.'
A single superhero father called the Undertaker has to face another problem. He already has a daughter. Now there is a boy. What happens next?
Two friends take a day trip together through the south of Slovakia, quite sure as to where they are going but increasingly perplexed as to the when.
An English teacher gets excited while talking about the weirdoes who roams the streets of Bratislava.
... and she knew better than most the true crime statistics, risks and dangers in Bratislavan life. As far as violent crime was concerned, including sexual assault, the numbers were very low indeed. The only crimes of any real prevalence in the Slovak capital were theft and petty vandalism which usually meant graffitiing.
An awkward silence fell. The father rubbed his face with his palms, the grandfather grinned cynically. The younger daughter rolled her eyes. “Can you be more specific?” the mother tried with patience.
‘This is Petrzalka. We have to be extra careful. We don’t want criminals getting in here.’ ‘But locking this door is illegal. By locking the door, you make yourself a criminal.’ ‘I AM NOT A CRIMINAL. YOU MAKING A JOKE OF ME? You hear that, Lubos?’
Undertaker hasn't died yet and once again you can influence the story in this chapter. Choose wisely in th 15th chapter of the series about The Undertaker from Mokvas.
“Where are those amulets?” “You tell me,” the gravedigger made a grimace. “I can turn your cemetery upside down,” the man growled. “No, you cannot,” the Undertaker replied without even looking at him. “You’d draw the
‘Texas,’ replied Steve. ‘Utah,’ replied Brian. Then, as a chorus, Juraj and Brian said, ‘Where else?’ There was a moment of laughter and the ice dissolved. ‘Where’d you learn to speak English so fluently, Juraj?’ asked Steve