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91. “I’d walk through fire for you. Well, not fire, because it’s dangerous.”

I’d walk through a very humid room for you. But not too humid because, you know, my hair. See also Fire, Hair.

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Funny Words

92. Purzelbaum

Deutsch for “tumble tree,” every German child knows all about this one. It may sound like it’s part of the plant kingdom, but a Purzelbaum actually describes a somersault on the ground, often finishing in the dirt and resulting in dirty knees. See also German.

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Funny Products

93. Grammerly

An annoying app that interrupts your typing and tries to change the word “your” to “you are.” The ads feature smiling, laughing people, but I think they’re just looking at cat memes, not using Grammerly. See also Grammar, Internet, Technology.

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Funny Advice

94. You Don’t Need a Parachute to Go Skydiving

You only need a parachute to go skydiving twice. See also Skydiving.

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Funny Instruments

95. Doorbell Dong Plus Dog Barking

Beautiful music when I’m unmuted on a call. See also Dogs.

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Funny Words

97. Rechtsschutzversicherungsgesellschaften

The Guinness Book of World Records recognizes this cumbersome word as the longest German word in everyday use. It means “insurance companies providing legal protection.” See also German, Insurance.

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Funny Words

98. Siebentausendzweihundertvierundfünfzig

In German, numbers also receive the compound word treatment. This is the integer 7,254, which takes 38 letters to spell out. See also German, Numbers.

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Funny Words

99. Glühbirne

“Lightbulb” in German, which translates “glow pear.” I can’t recommend not eating it. See also Electricity, German.

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Funny Words

100. Flugzeug

“Airplane” in German is “Flugzeug,” which directly translates to “fly-thing.” They’re not wrong. See also Airplanes, German.

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