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#21 13 years ago

Yep Rubber Bands all the way. Elastics? WTF?




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#22 13 years ago

Lord WienerKrasse Sache, alter. :p

"Krass" can mean harsh or cool. For instance, a hairy situation is krass. A good movie can also be krass.

"Geil", in its original sense meaning horny, can also be used to declare approval.

Super Geile Klasse!

Our teachers kept on telling us that it wasn't meant as horny and we could use "Super, das ist Geil!" without having any people giggle over it. We did though since in Dutch the only meaning of geil is honry, if you were to say "Super Geile Klasse" in (correct dutch though an uncommon combination) Dutch people would laugh all over. :lol:




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#23 13 years ago

Hey Donitz.. my Olma (dunno if thats how you would spell it) would say "Hoffaadomma" (sounds like that) every now and then, and thats one word I remember well... as its a rude word I think.. How would you spell it in english? :)




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#24 13 years ago

Danes uses to use the term Geil alot, refering to cool stuff and NOT horny.... well sometimes




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#25 13 years ago

My roomate at college is from Colorado and he uses "fierce".

"Grant, that game of FIFA we just played was fierce."

"That blunt was fierce." :chuckle:

You only say bro when you don't like another guy. "What's up BRO? You gotta problem BRO?"

Bro also refers to a macho punk.

If you come here, and I see a hot girl go by, instead of saying "she's hot"...we say "I'd tap that shit", "I'd cut it", "I'd hit it".

187=Murder in the California Penal Code.




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#26 13 years ago
Mr EHey Donitz.. my Olma (dunno if thats how you would spell it) would say "Hoffaadomma" (sounds like that) every now and then, and thats one word I remember well... as its a rude word I think.. How would you spell it in english? :)

Olma, you mean Oma (grandma)?

Nwever heard of "Hoffaadomma" , would that be Dutch or German. I know some German insults but obviously I know more Dutch insults.




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#27 13 years ago

ZabMy roomate at college is from Colorado and he uses "fierce".

AHAHHA never heard that in Colorado while I was there.




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#28 13 years ago
Großadmiral DönitzOlma, you mean Oma (grandma)? Nwever heard of "Hoffaadomma" , would that be Dutch or German. I know some German insults but obviously I know more Dutch insults.

Yeah Oma, I mean. It kinda sounds like hoffaadomma but has a roll at the beginning. I think its like saying the lords name in vein...




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#29 13 years ago
Mr EYeah Oma, I mean. It kinda sounds like hoffaadomma but has a roll at the beginning. I think its like saying the lords name in vein...

Ah you mean "Godverdomme" (God - ver - domme) this woult translate to Godbedamned or more common for you "God damn it!".




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#30 13 years ago

Thats the one! Sweet thx Donitz, legend.