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!
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?
Today your viewer quetions get answered. Does the german diet consist solely of beer and sausages? And what TV shows did we watch growing up? And more stuff, just for you. If you have questions, don’t be afraid to ask! If you don’t have any questions, make some up!
Yesterday I watch the second presidential debate, the so inappropriatly titles “Town Hall Meeting” between Barrack Obama and Mitt Romney. Why? I really can’t say, but here are my tired thoughts. A german perspective on things, even though I can only talk for me and not for any other german. I think I will skip the third debate.