It‘s amazing because after six ½ years of english lessons every person in my class knows how to pronounce „th“ and yet when it comes to singing Happy Birthday all you can hear is: HÄPPI BÖÖÖÖRßßß DÄYY HÄPPI BÖRSSSDAAYY—
“Na, hast du Lateinisch in der Mittelstufe gelernt?”
ＤＡＳ ＩＮＴＥＲＮＥＴ ＩＳＴ ＦＵＲ ＵＮＳ ＡＬＬＥ ＮＥＵＬＡＮＤ
KEINE KEINE KEINE KEINE GRANATÄPFEL!!
ICH WILL SIE NIRGENDWO IN MEINER NÄHE
Haben wir uns verstanden?
Wiederholt die Regel:
Me, a german, seeing a bumble bee: Oh whats the german word for it again? Bumselbiene?
broke: aschenputtel translated as cinderella
woke: aschenputtel translated as ashley
In German we don’t say “in the middle of nowhere“ we say “am Arsch der Welt“ which literally translates to “at the ass of the world“ and I think that’s beautiful
I think its good that the whole world thinks germans dont laugh because our humor peaked with a sketch about two strangers sitting in the same bath tub and losing their shit because they cannot agree of the temprature or is the ducky stays, and i dont think the world is ready for that
Ich bin schwul!
Drück Michs und Die Qual Der Wahl
a german horror story
Me, on duolingo, doing the stories:
Finn, stealing my phone and reading the sentence so quickly and then saying I’m pronouncing stuff wrong:
My mom texting me: why aren’t you answering
Me, listening to German talk radio and almost falling asleep, zoning out:
Yes, I listen to german pop music
No, I don’t know what the songs are about
That doesn’t stop me from attempting to sing Stromschlag by Valentine or Pyramiden by Sido and Johannes Oerding or Sans Souci by Peachy
Also sometimes I can understand a word or a phrase here and there and I get really happy when I do
Me, vibing to the german alphabet song: