While the Americans struggle to reach an agreement with the debt ceiling, thus apparently endangering a fragile world economy, let’s turn attention away from that important issue with yet more frankly pointless drivel in tonight’s second posting.
During a recent trip to not-Germany or Austria that other people may know it as, being a stranger in a foreign land, it’s a requirement not just to take time to sample the culture, ambience and cuisine of the country in question, in order to come back and write in an informative yet entertaining manner to you, the discerning internet browser whom I humbly serve, who it seems has nothing better to do with their time other than read complete rubbish and watch YouTube videos of cats doing a rap.
No, it’s a requirement, a duty and honour to look for various things to laugh at because it would be a funny thing in English.
Here is the best of those things, and if anyone wants to do a caption, mail it in, and we’ll add it to the relevant picture;
No, it’s not slang, for those of you from the UK, it’s in fact just a copy of Greggs the Bakers, the name is rather unfortunate when asking “Where’s the nearest anker?”
That exactly what people like to do when they ride a bike…
Excellent, It’s good to know that this is a hair studio. Looking at the sign, it could have been an underground fight club.
Der rival newspaper is Der Post.
Huh huh huh…..tit.
Anyone who can say this five times fast gets a gold star. They aren’t allowed to be German, know German or in fact have the ability to pronounce words.
Oh my god, Al Bundy from Married with Children owns a real gym with ober stuff in? This is truly a wonderful place.
And that’s the “Fun with Language” done for today, stay tuned for the first part of Lonely Lord: Vienna series which will be appearing shortly on this very site, so you too can pretend you’ve been there and show off to all your friends that you know what a plane is.