Ja, ich weiß, ich bin schon lange aus London zurück, aber ich hatte das Video nur auf Youtube und nicht im Blog gepostet, also habt ihr es verpasst … und schaut nach dem Video mal, was ihr tun müsst, damit ihr nichts mehr verpasst! Ha!
Das hier ist Teil meiner Aufholjagd, viele meiner Youtube-Videos habe ich noch nicht im Blog gepostet (und manche werde ich auch nicht posten). Wenn ihr immer up to date sein wollt, müsst ihr regelmäßig meinen Youtube-Kanal anschauen (am besten abonieren!)
Alright, it took a while, but here it is, the new vlog and the answer to the squirrel eichhörnchen dilemma.
Now, we established that germans can’t say squirrel, so I proposed a challenge for the rest of the world to say “Eichhörnchen”, which I thought also wouldn’t be that easy for americans, canadians, australians, the english, etc. … well, I got your answers, so check how funny and lustig it turned out…
This is the vlog “Hello, Germany!”, where I will explain the world according to germans, or Germany according to me. Your questions, my viewpoints, I’m here to answer your concerns
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Everybody knows germans can’t say “squirrel”. But is that true? And for the rest of the world, here’s your Challenge: Try saying “Eichhörnchen”! I’m looking forward to your video replies! Let’s do this, Germany vs. the world!
from my performance at the international comedy night in Maastricht, Netherlands:
“What kind of silly idea is that, to make an english comedy show in the Netherlands and then bring a german onstage? We’re not funny at all! I mean of all the nations in the world – Germany is the least funny nation! We’re even less funny than North Korea! Geez. No, but seriously, we’re not funny people, we’re angry people, we don’t have joy. We take – stuff!
You know, I had a friend in Holland, I was visiting him and I asked “You don’t mind if germans come?” and he said “Well, we don’t mind, we welcome them, but only one at a time.” – So here I am.
We like to complain. We don’t make jokes, we complain. That’s like the german thing, we complain. We’re not happy, if we can’t complain. They have this saying in Germany, it’s called “Früher war alles besser”. Everybody says that, “früher war alles besser”, which means “in the past everything was better.” Which is kind of a really really stupid thing to say. Especially for a german … you know … Hitler. You don’t see any jews running around Germany saying “ah, früher war alles besser!”.
And it’s not true, nothing was better “früher”, everything gets better all the time! We should be thankful and happy! We should be thankful for the americans like Johnny Hollywood – because the Americans they reunified Germany … by taking David Hasselhoff, putting him at the Berlin wall, standing on top of his speaking car – speaking not singing car – but he was singing “I’ve been looking for freedom!” and the wall came tumbling down. We should be so happy! Hallelujah, David Hasselhoff!
I know David Hasselhoff is not really from the USA, he’s Canadian. So? Hitler was austrian.
what happens, when a german comedian, an american comedian, a british comedian and a belgian comedian share a backstage at an international comedy show in Maastricht, the Netherlands? World War 3, peace or some good old fashioned ironing? Are we trying to be Funny? Is it Humor or Humour? Or do we leave out the good jokes for the stage? Is it going to be hilarious or a mega fail?
You can find weird stuff on the toilet of the Playboy Club Cologne – well, not that weird, but paper towels. Which Playboy bunny has to fold them? The overweight one? Who knows … also a litle bit of something about laws in Germany, did you know it is not illegal to “love” an animal?