Let's face it, we all know, in our hearts, that this is what they're saying.
Besides, for all these markets are 'culturally authentic', there are far more safeguards to be had buying from German on-line stores.
wolfman-al wrote:Snowglobes.26_994 wrote:Schneekugeln?
What does it mean?
wolfman-al wrote:Actually we Frankfurters are to blame. In the 1990s we exported our christmas market (The main one in the city center, that no Frankfurter actually goes to since there are too many bloody tourists and Frankfurt alone has about a douzend other, nicer christmas markets in christmas time, including a gay one) to our sister city of Birmingham, from there it spread all over the UK like a cancer of festive Gemütlichkeit.
Also Germans are very well willing to pay way too much too for that crap.
Dunno. IRL it is pretty difficult to organize an event in downtown Frankfurt just because the city center is a bloody gothamcityesque maze of winding, much too narrow streets and alleys, since its basically a modern 20th/21th century metropolis squeezed onto a medivial grid. When there is a large event, like the central national celebration of the 25th unification day this year, we manage it more or less good by using the few larger squares in the city center and the park on the river embankment.26_994 wrote:
I remember, there was a mission in SimCity 3000: make Frankfurt fitted for a huge celebration.
The joke is -- it was much harder to understand, what to do, in comparison with "fight crime in Moscow" mission.
Yeah, shows that Google translate is crap. It only delivers a word by word translation but not a contextual translation.Ganthan wrote:Google Translate says it's this:
Oh mein Gott! Die Engländer sind bereit, für diese Scheiße zu zahlen , wie viel?
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