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Posted June 26, 2013 - 06:52 AM

Kriegst du dein Zelt (deine Stange) nicht hoch? Ugh!!!

 

(No prob if censored by the mods!)

Yeah! That's what I always say! I'm with you!!!


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Posted June 26, 2013 - 10:44 AM

Team_Green you must talk funny to them up in the great wet north. being from texas and all course ive i heard i talk funny for being from ny but i dont sound like everyone else round these parts


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Posted June 26, 2013 - 02:34 PM

I'm from Nebraska and I live in Illinois. No one here can understand me either.


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Posted June 26, 2013 - 07:54 PM

Kriegst du dein Zelt (deine Stange) nicht hoch? Ugh!!!

 

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Well.... my roots may be in Weiler, but all I can say to that is, "Is das nicht ein schnitzlebunk?":D


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Posted June 26, 2013 - 08:31 PM

Now that we understand that we don't understand each other but somehow we comunicate very well with each other is the best thing about this site. Understand?

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Posted June 26, 2013 - 08:56 PM

Wee dogs!! Yalls got some mighty fancy palavering goin on hea. Gawnna havta dig in lak a tick on a hounds ear to unnerstan yalls.


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Posted June 26, 2013 - 09:11 PM

Wee dogs!! Yalls got some mighty fancy palavering goin on hea. Gawnna havta dig in lak a tick on a hounds ear to unnerstan yalls.

That right there sounds like down home to me.. Damn you i miss the heat of Texas and them big bbq's



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Posted June 26, 2013 - 09:25 PM

Wee dogs!! Yalls got some mighty fancy palavering goin on hea. Gawnna havta dig in lak a tick on a hounds ear to unnerstan yalls.


Well put!

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Posted June 27, 2013 - 06:21 AM

Well.... my roots may be in Weiler, but all I can say to that is, "Is das nicht ein schnitzlebunk?":D

 

Perfect, Harold! I think, you are speaking from the "Hobelbank". There's a german song: Ist das nicht die Hobelbank, ist die nicht so blitzeblank. Hobelbank , blitzeblank - Ooooh du schöne Hobelbank, heute wird gesoffen, morgen sind wir blank!

 

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Posted June 27, 2013 - 06:47 AM

Sounds like the beer halls of Milwaukee, lederhosen and all!



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Posted June 27, 2013 - 11:34 PM

Perfect, Harold! I think, you are speaking from the "Hobelbank". There's a german song: Ist das nicht die Hobelbank, ist die nicht so blitzeblank. Hobelbank , blitzeblank - Ooooh du schöne Hobelbank, heute wird gesoffen, morgen sind wir blank!

 

http://www.myvideo.d...t_die_Hobelbank

 

Just out of childhood, when I began my legal career of mass consumption of alcoholic beverages, we all used to go to a place called "Maxel's" in N. White Plains, NY.  It had a great rathskeller and band and when the time was right the band leader (mit lederhosen) led us all in great songs.  He even had a pull down roll from the ceiling with all the pictures of what you were singing about.  Some of the greatest fun I've ever had...

 

Now, here I am... all these years later...  today I consider a glass of raspberry ginger ale a daring treat.:D


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Posted June 28, 2013 - 05:30 AM

Just out of childhood, when I began my legal career of mass consumption of alcoholic beverages, we all used to go to a place called "Maxel's" in N. White Plains, NY.  It had a great rathskeller and band and when the time was right the band leader (mit lederhosen) led us all in great songs.  He even had a pull down roll from the ceiling with all the pictures of what you were singing about.  Some of the greatest fun I've ever had...

 

Now, here I am... all these years later...  today I consider a glass of raspberry ginger ale a daring treat. :D

 

we all getting older... Many inns in germany are called "Ratskeller" but very very very very very less people are wearing Lederhosen - except you live in Bavaria. A german saying is: It's nice to be a Preiss (prussian) but it's higher to be a Bayer (bavarian) :wave: .

 

I'm proud to be  :worshippy1:   Hessian  :bounce:

 

Edit: A Hessian who drinks Äppelwoi (the guys who were based at Frankfurt or Wiesbaden know what it is) is no real Hessian, just a Frankfotte... We Hassian drink Beer and Schnaps.


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Posted June 30, 2013 - 11:32 PM

we all getting older... Many inns in germany are called "Ratskeller" but very very very very very less people are wearing Lederhosen - except you live in Bavaria. A german saying is: It's nice to be a Preiss (prussian) but it's higher to be a Bayer (bavarian) :wave: .

 

I'm proud to be  :worshippy1:   Hessian  :bounce:

 

Edit: A Hessian who drinks Äppelwoi (the guys who were based at Frankfurt or Wiesbaden know what it is) is no real Hessian, just a Frankfotte... We Hassian drink Beer and Schnaps.

 

"but it's higher to be a Bayer"

 

Over here "Bayer" is what you take the morning after a long Ratskeller night... It's a brand of "aspirin tablets".:D


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Posted July 01, 2013 - 01:18 AM

"but it's higher to be a Bayer"

 

Over here "Bayer" is what you take the morning after a long Ratskeller night... It's a brand of "aspirin tablets". :D

 

Yep Harold, I know. BAYER is a big international medical concern, established more then hundred years ago in Leverkusen. And now a riddle: guess, what's the name of the Leverkusian soccer club?


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Posted July 01, 2013 - 09:29 PM

Yep Harold, I know. BAYER is a big international medical concern, established more then hundred years ago in Leverkusen. And now a riddle: guess, what's the name of the Leverkusian soccer club?

 

"Werkself"?  "Tablet Twisters?":D


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