Entries Tagged “German”

Funny Sayings

11. Alle Dinge Hat Eine Ende, Nur Wurst Hat Zwei

German saying translating to, "All things have one end, only sausage has two". See also German.

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Funny Foods

12. Hasenpfeffer

German for rabbit stew. Figured prominently in a Bugs Bunny episode. See also German.

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Funny Clothes

13. Holdzenfrumfloppen

German slang for bra. See also German, Made Up.

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Funny Words

14. Ausfahrt

It means "exit" in German, and it makes me giggle. See also Flatulence, German, Sophomoric.

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Funny Insults

15. Schweinehund

"Pig dog" in German and an insult commonly used in World War II movies and the 80's video game Castle Wolfenstein. See also 80's, German, Profanity.

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Funny Words

16. Backpfeifengesicht

German for a face that should be slapped. See also German.

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Funny Words

17. Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgaben übertragungsgesetz

Literally translates to: "Beef labeling supervision task transfer law." See also German.

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Funny Words

18. Drachenfutter

German for "food for the dragons", it means an olive branch you give to your spouse, typically after cheating. See also German.

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Funny Insults

19. Sitzpinkler

German for a wimp. The literal translation is "man who pees sitting down". See also Bathroom, German.

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Funny Foods

20. Schlachtschussel

A German butchers plate; a combination of Blutwurst and Leberwurst. See also German.

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