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da-N Denne bruger har dansk som modersmål.
en-4 This user has near native speaker knowledge of English.
de-2 Dieser Benutzer beherrscht Deutsch auf fortgeschrittenem Niveau.
ja-1 この利用者は初級日本語ができます。
no-2 Denne brukeren har nokså god kjennskap til norsk (bokmål).
nn-1 Denne brukaren meistrar nynorsk på eit grunnleggjande nivå.
sv-2 Den här användaren har medelgoda kunskaper i svenska.
nl-1 Deze gebruiker heeft elementaire kennis van het Nederlands.
it-1 Questo utente può contribuire con un livello elementare in italiano.
is-1 Þessi notandi hefur grunnkunnáttu í íslensku máli.
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Hello there, fellow users of Commons! My name is Chris, commonly known as Greasysweet. I am a Danish boy on 14 years, most active on the sister project Wikipedia, and I think everyone know what that is, no?

So, to get things straight, I will start by saying that my activity here will be limited, though over time, I might get more and more active here too, probably uploading stuff 'n such things. I am very good at English (so I regard myself, and I'm half American, which makes English almost my mother tongue), so you shouldn't hesitate to use my discussion page on the English Wikipedia, or Danish Wikipedia, known as "Dansk", if you have something to say. I also speak a little German, but I prefer English or any of the Scandinavian languages.

I like many languages, and I especially love Japanese. I also wanna live in Japan when I grow up. I know the basics several different languages, as you can see in the babel to the right, and I'm of a variety of different nationalities and ethnicities, which all includes Caucasian, African American, and Native American. However, I wish that I was Asian, particularly Japanese. That is just a stupid 14 year old boy's dream, isn't it? Well, however, I won't bore you anymore, but if there is something you want to ask/talk about, just use my talk page on Wikipedia, English language or Danish. The languages you may use is as following:

  • Danish
  • English
  • Norwegian
  • Swedish
  • Maybe German, and if you choose to do so, don't expect my reply to be in German aswell.

So, have a nice day!