Entries Tagged “German”

Funny Clothes

1. Holdzenfrumfloppen

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

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Funny Words

2. Ausfahrt

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

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Funny Insults

3. 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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4. Backpfeifengesicht

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

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5. Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgaben übertragungsgesetz

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

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6. 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

7. Sitzpinkler

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

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Funny Foods

8. Schlachtschussel

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

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Funny Foods

9. Speckpfannkuchen

German dish of large, thin pancakes with diced, fried bacon. See also German.

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Funny Foods

10. Magdeburger Schmalzkuchen

Fried German pastry made from yeast dough, topped with confectioner's sugar and usually consumed for carnival. See also German.

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