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Discussion in 'Funny Stuff: Jokes, Quizzes, Games & Pics' started by midlifebear, Feb 11, 2008.
OK, I'll go first:
I'm inclined to knock music.
(It helps if you read it aloud.)
Eine kleine Nachtmusik
Fear, let's lead her.
Oh, Rubi, most excellent! LMAO!
An additional hint: Stwowce.
I got the "fear" one (Vier letzte Lieder), but "Stwowce" completely baffles me. It looks like Polish, and I don't know Polish.
Allah mention wear then breed her.
Calboner: Ouch! You are on to us. Das güt.
OK, then . . once more, with feeling!
Q: According to Sigmund Freud, what comes between fear and sex?
Hint: try counting.
YouTube - Montserrat Caballe "Im Abendrot" Strauss' Vier Letzte Lieder
Something about girls and bread?
My German is practically non-existant - I get the counting joke - fier, funf, sechs - but that's about my limit :redface:
(In other news: Caballe never met a consonant in her life ... but what a voice.)
Alle Menschen werden Brüder (wo Dein sanfter Flügel weilt...)
From Ode to Joy (chorus in the last movement of Beethoven's ninth symphony)
I am German and this thread hurts me physically :biggrin1:
I hope you like it rough, 'cause we have lots of them. Here's another:
Each bender, guys, to stay for night.
That's a bit strained, so I'll give you a clue: it is spoken by the one entertaining character in the most famous poem (or play) in German.
(PS to Rubi: I hope that you got some amusement from the thought of me trying to pronounce "Stwowce" in Polish.)
Yes, the Polish 'w' would be completely deceiving, and you'd make a full syllable out of the 'ce.'
Is the German word for "virgin" goes-in-tight? (say out loud/fast)
Ant has me trekked.
Ich bin der Geist, der stets verneint (Mephisto in Faust)
I'm probably the only one who can actually get through this hell because i was teaching German to college students throughout my grad school years and heard every possible butchering of the procunciation
I took German in high school, thought it would be fun and easy. My final grade was 52%.
I don't even remember how to count to 10. I remember gootin tawg ;0
Zis haz not been posted yet?
YouTube - German Coast Guard
yeah, this is actually hilarious :biggrin1:
You got it (obviously). Maybe that was a little too difficult for the non-Germans.
Very funny, in a horrifying sort of way.
I'm fllummoxed. The only thing I can come up with is "Und hast mit Recht," but that is not a grammatical phrase. Do we get a clue?
What did the grape-stompers say to each other as they left the festival?
"Our feet are stained."