Entries Tagged “German”

Funny Words

1. Schmetterling

German for butterfly. See also German.

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Funny Places

2. Rottenegg, Geisenfeld

Rottenegg is a village in the Hallertau of Bavaria, Germany. Formerly a separate municipality, it is now part of the municipality of Geisenfeld in the Upper Bavarian district of Pfaffenhofen. See also German.

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Funny Drinks

3. The Angry German

Made with Blackberry schnapps, Amaretto, Jagermiester and a little lime juice. Turn up the Rammstein! See also Alcohol, German.

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Funny Words

4. Dummkopf

A German word often used for calling someone stupid. From the words "dumm" (dumb) and "kopf" (head). See also German.

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Funny Names

5. Herr Kartoffelkopf

What Mr. Potato Head is called in German. See also German.

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Funny Names

6. Fanny Chemelar

Name of a German alpine skier. See also German.

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Funny Anti-Jokes

7. What Did the German Man Say to the German Woman?

Hallo, wie geht es dir? See also German.

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Funny Sayings

8. Viel Gluck, Viel Spaß, Viel Ananas

Good luck, have fun, many pineapples. A German saying. See also German.

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Funny Foods

9. Liberty Lettuce

The World War I version of Freedom Fries, sauerkraut was once called liberty lettuce. See also German, Made Up.

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Funny Conveyances

10. Trabis

Old, cheap East German cars left over from the Cold War/German Occupation. Short for "Trabant". See also German, History.

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