I love german – seriously
“Jemanden festnehmen” means to arrest someone
While “Jemanden fest nehmen” means to fuck someone hard. ｡◕‿◕｡
zusammenkommen – meet
zusammen kommen – having an orgasm together
and don’t forget the classic:
gut zu Vögeln sein – to be good to birds
gut zu vögeln sein – to be good in bed
I’ll never regret that German’s my native language bunny-banana
The Language of the poets lysa-bell
Sorry to my German friends but it was too funny not to post! And after studying German, I can definitely relate to this.
In Germany we don’t say “I don’t care” we say “Das ist mir Wurst” which roughly translates as “This is sausage to me” I think that’s beautiful.
no you don’t understand we actually do say that
i crashed my car into a bridge
THIS IS SAUSAGE TO ME
I’m learning German and I love it because its vocabulary is so straightforward and blunt. How do you say “food”? “Essen”. How do you say the verb “eat”? “Essen”. How do you say “meal”? “Essen”. We food food at food time.
How do you say “flesh”? “Fleisch”. How do you say “meat”? “Fleisch”.
“Kittens” are “cat-children”.
I love German.
GLOVES ARE HANDSHOES sprachtraeume
LIFTS ARE DRIVING CHAIRS obsessedwithlanguages
LIGHTBULBS ARE GLOWPEARS queerpolyglot
PETS ARE HOUSE ANIMALS languageoclock
VACUUM CLEANERS ARE DUSTSUCKERS katkhaos
REFRIGERATORS ARE COOL CLOSETS cityofclockworkk
i really didn’t see that coming…
The German Language is both beautiful and simple
Me speaking German to a German
Me: Um… hast du… der… ah, fuck.
German: It’s okay, friend. Learning a second language is difficult, but with enough practice and time you’ll acquire the vernacular and colloquialisms to communicate in a concordant matter vis-à-vis other Germans. I myself still struggle with the endeavor of mastering the English language, ergo, I hope I have articulated myself in a proper manner.
How Germans see Germans talking to each other…
Itchy Feet Comic
English vs German
Hmmm… go ahead, try it!#german #germanproblems #explainittomelikeim5 #bizarre #scrabble
The German Language
Still german language rocks..!
In German we don’t say “Everything must come to an end” we say “Alles hat ein Ende nur die Wurst hat zwei” which roughly translates to “Everything has an end, except the sausage which owns two (ends)” and I like food.