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Old 07-28-2009, 09:27 PM   #11
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Old 07-28-2009, 09:32 PM   #12
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So I am reading another message, and it asks "Are you some kind of cakeboy?"

No, Klaus does not work in the bakery. I am the fashion model. I do not eat the cake, it will give me a tummy.

Grace Jones is sehr schon.

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O.K. Klaus, maby you can help me with a German to English translation here.

A couple of years ago my two A-Hole cousins visiting me here from Wurzburg wanted to go out to a bar for drinks. So I took them down town to a bar where the bartender was a German Frau. After a couple of hours of drinking and listinging to my cousins and the bartender banter back and forth in the German language, one of my cousins asked me to order another round of drinks and told me to thank her with the term Meine Swanch Licker. Well I no more than got the words out of my mouth and the bartender threw the drinks in my face and reached over the bar and slapped me off my bar stool. My cousins had already got up off their stools and had stepped back about the same time she smite me to the floor. We left the bar and my drunk a$$ cousins couldnt stop laughing for quite awhile.

So what does "Meine Swanch Licker" translate to in English?

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O.K. Klaus, maby you can help me with a German to English translation here.

A couple of years ago my two A-Hole cousins visiting me here from Wurzburg wanted to go out to a bar for drinks. So I took them down town to a bar where the bartender was a German Frau. After a couple of hours of drinking and listinging to my cousins and the bartender banter back and forth in the German language, one of my cousins asked me to order another round of drinks and told me to thank her with the term Meine Swanch Licker. Well I no more than got the words out of my mouth and the bartender threw the drinks in my face and reached over the bar and slapped me off my bar stool. My cousins had already got up off their stools and had stepped back about the same time she smite me to the floor. We left the bar and my drunk a$$ cousins couldnt stop laughing for quite awhile.

So what does "Meine Swanch Licker" translate to in English?
Dude, that is too funny. They set you up. Basic GI german lingo 101. You basically asked her for a hummer (and not the truck)
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Mr. Markerdown is correct. You basically said "My C********r."

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So what does "Meine Swanch Licker" translate to in English?
That translates into every language, seriously.
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The good old days of my youth. The first things in counrty I learned was, danke, "bitte ein bitt", dri bier bitte, wass is lose at the bunder post and the usual GI gutter talk beginning with eisen mein XXXXXXXX. None of this is spelled correctly, and we used real German money, the deutsch mark, not that funny money euro stuff

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Well I was pretty sure that was what it meant or something similar, but at the time it happened I close to three sheets to the wind.

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So Mr Klaus, you can use these two little American words when you disagree with someone and want to end the conversation and you say it with inflection on the first word.............

Bite Me.

In a conversation: "Ok, just Bite Me"

By itself: Bite Me

For a greater effect you can add the word "b**ch!! but be prepared to defend yourself

Out on the town:

Go to a Cubs game with a dodgers cap on, turn to the closest guy wearing a cubs hat and say "bite me"!

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maybe i can get stationed in germany somewhere after AIT in the army so i can listen to this english, hahaha can't get enough. you and the ZOHAN have a lot in common

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