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post Aug 11 2009, 08:46 AM
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As I found this thread extremely interesting, Im going to pass some good tips on how to handle german girls. (btw. Im pretty good at girls myself, my empty bed, my empty bank account and two children proves that)

First of all:
NEVER mention the war! (fans of Fawlty Towers knows what I mean)

Secondly, all girls love when You sing for them, so I provided a well-known German song with the text below.
Learning it should'nt be difficult, since nothing happened in German music since J.S Bach. Happy hunting!!!! biggrin.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif



Klingelingeling Klingelingeling
hier kommt der Eiermann
Klingelingeling
kommen sie alle alle an die Eier ran
bei jung und alt und in der Stadt und auf dem Land
sind wir als Eiermann und Eiermann bekannt

Klingelingeling Klingelingeling
hier kommt der Eiermann
Klingelingeling
kommen sie alle alle an die Eier ran
das sind die allerdicksten Dotter, die man jemals sah
unsre Eier die sind Güteklasse A
unsre Eier die sind Güteklasse A

jeden Morgen um halb fünf
manchmal auch noch frher
stehen wir auf auf unsrem Hof und wecken unsre Hühner
wir locken sie mit putputput
so daá sie uns vertrauen
dann picken sie die Körner und wir können die Eier klauen

Klingelingeling Klingelingeling
hier kommt der Eiermann
Klingelingeling
kommen sie alle alle an die Eier ran
bei jung und alt und in der Stadt und auf dem Land
sind wir als Eiermann und Eiermann bekannt

Klingelingeling Klingelingeling
hier kommt der Eiermann
Klingelingeling
kommen sie alle alle an die Eier ran
das sind die allerdicksten Dotter, die man jemals sah
unsre Eier die sind Güteklasse A
unsre Eier die sind Güteklasse A

unser Ei kommt garantiert vom frohen Federvieh
nicht so schlappe Kugeln aus der Legebatterie
auf unserm Hof können Hühner noch frei picken und frei kratzen
wir wünschen Guten Appetit, sie können ruhig schmatzen

Klingelingeling Klingelingeling
hier kommt der Eiermann
Klingelingeling
kommen sie alle alle an die Eier ran
bei jung und alt und in der Stadt und auf dem Land
sind wir als Eiermann und Eiermann bekannt

Klingelingeling Klingelingeling
hier kommt der Eiermann
Klingelingeling
kommen sie alle alle an die Eier ran
das sind die allerdicksten Dotter, die man jemals sah
unsre Eier die sind Güteklasse A

Klingelingeling Klingelingeling
hier kommt der Eiermann
Klingelingeling
kommen sie alle alle an die Eier ran
bei jung und alt und in der Stadt und auf dem Land
sind wir als Eiermann und Eiermann bekannt

Klingelingeling Klingelingeling
hier kommt der Eiermann
Klingelingeling
kommen sie alle alle an die Eier ran
das sind die allerdicksten Dotter, die man jemals sah
unsre Eier die sind Güteklasse A
unsre Eier die sind Güteklasse A




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post Aug 11 2009, 09:25 AM
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HAHAHAHAHHA Staffy you are so funny smile.gif You know a very famous german song "Der Eiermann" smile.gif
Do you know what "Eier" are??

I wouldn't sing that song for a girl because it could be understand the wrong way:)


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post Aug 11 2009, 09:43 AM
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QUOTE (edguy @ Aug 11 2009, 10:25 AM) *
HAHAHAHAHHA Staffy you are so funny smile.gif You know a very famous german song "Der Eiermann" smile.gif
Do you know what "Eier" are??

I wouldn't sing that song for a girl because it could be understand the wrong way:)


Sure I know what "Eier" is, its eggs... but also I think its a word for someone who likes the same gender, but maybe I'm wrong.... I was playing a lot on the boats to Germany in the 80's, and we always gets requests on this song, which is just as stupid as the "Bird Song".. But there are some others as well ... biggrin.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif


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post Aug 11 2009, 07:56 PM
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wowww im going to blow this german girl out of the water!

i only have 10 months, so i gotta make it good....


ok so i guess the next step would be to ask her to get some coffees or something like that



"Clara, I would like to take you out for coffee sometime this week, how does that sound?"

oh, and ill probably go to a starbucks with wifi so i can stay connected with you guys for live translation hahaha biggrin.gif


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post Aug 11 2009, 08:05 PM
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QUOTE (Marc_Maiden @ Aug 11 2009, 08:56 PM) *
wowww im going to blow this german girl out of the water!

i only have 10 months, so i gotta make it good....


ok so i guess the next step would be to ask her to get some coffees or something like that



"Clara, I would like to take you out for coffee sometime this week, how does that sound?"

oh, and ill probably go to a starbucks with wifi so i can stay connected with you guys for live translation hahaha biggrin.gif


This threads kind of funny smile.gif

Your sentence would translate to something like:

"Clara, ich würde gerne mit dir Kaffee trinken gehen irgendwann diese Woche. Was hälst du davon?"


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post Aug 11 2009, 08:06 PM
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thanks!!! ill keep yee posted


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post Aug 11 2009, 09:02 PM
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Haha @ Staffy, that's the truth!

To tell you some history (maybe you dont know it), the German lost the worldwar in the early 1900's.
Somehow they still cant stand it that they lost so NEVER tell anything about the war to a German if you dont know him/her quite well! smile.gif

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post Aug 11 2009, 10:14 PM
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Well, i dont want to start a discussion about germany and their historical heritage but its not because they lost the war. Its because what happened around the war here in germany and its some sort of herited debt. Most germans have a problem with this and still think we will have the guilt on that forever. Even in school the way it is discussed always implies that we are branded with this forever. So it IS a delicate theme, but it has nothing todo with the defeat itself. (Most germans would think of the defeat as something positive because it ended the era of that regime)

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post Aug 11 2009, 10:24 PM
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QUOTE (twist @ Aug 11 2009, 11:14 PM) *
Well, i dont want to start a discussion about germany and their historical heritage but its not because they lost the war. Its because what happened around the war here in germany and its some sort of herited debt. Most germans have a problem with this and still think we will have the guilt on that forever. Even in school the way it is discussed always implies that we are branded with this forever. So it IS a delicate theme, but it has nothing todo with the defeat itself. (Most germans would think of the defeat as something positive because it ended the era of that regime)

O yes, sorry man my mistake, but here in Belgium they always say that it's because we """"defeated"""" them.

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post Aug 11 2009, 10:27 PM
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No problem for me smile.gif But as you can think the way other countries think of germany and the war make it a hard theme too. smile.gif But lets not discuss this here smile.gif


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post Aug 11 2009, 10:29 PM
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QUOTE (twist @ Aug 11 2009, 11:27 PM) *
No problem for me smile.gif But as you can think the way other countries think of germany and the war make it a hard theme too. smile.gif But lets not discuss this here smile.gif

Jup idd smile.gif

Maybe you can give Marc some tips with his German girl! biggrin.gif


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Well for most of them i would advice: Hands off! smile.gif


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post Aug 11 2009, 11:01 PM
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QUOTE (twist @ Aug 11 2009, 11:41 PM) *
Well for most of them i would advice: Hands off! smile.gif

Haha danke Herr twist fur deinen gutten rad (or something like that tongue.gif )


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post Aug 11 2009, 11:04 PM
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Well, at least its "watch carefully" smile.gif But its best to judge for each one of them separately smile.gif Chances are good marc found a nice intelligent german girl smile.gif


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post Aug 11 2009, 11:54 PM
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QUOTE (Mrblomme @ Aug 11 2009, 10:02 PM) *
Haha @ Staffy, that's the truth!

To tell you some history (maybe you dont know it), the German lost the worldwar in the early 1900's.
Somehow they still cant stand it that they lost so NEVER tell anything about the war to a German if you dont know him/her quite well! smile.gif


Just some small addition to twists reply. The "heritage" we're talking about is not the 1st world war (1914-1918) which I think of when saying early 1900's, it's the "heritage" of the 2nd world war (1939-1945)
To be honest, I don't think there is a problem to talk about war with Germans. At least with young ones, who are open-minded to that topic.
But whatever, who wants to talk about war with a girl ? wink.gif


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post Aug 12 2009, 12:06 AM
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"Hows school, and what do you think of war?" smile.gif no, bad introduction smile.gif


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an update:


I took her to the beach here in sunny california....it was fun! she got sunburned biggrin.gif biggrin.gif biggrin.gif i gave her some aloe vera and all is well,


we will be seeing each other soon this week smile.gif


thanks for your help guys....ill take it slow from here on, but we will see what happens smile.gif

oh and FYI: i did not talk to her about war smile.gif


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