Das Original “Germans always complain”

germans always complain

Na? Geht’s Euch gut? Ungutes Gefühl, wenn man sich über nichts beschweren kann, oder? Zumindest entspräche das einem der Vorurteile, die es über Deutsche gibt.

Zeit sich mal wieder das ursprüngliche Video zu Gemüte zu führen, in dem ich meinen englischen Zuschauern erklärte, wie das so ist und warum sich Deutsche ständig beschweren. Viel Spaß:



Das Video ist das 67. Video von meinem englischen Youtubekanal “hello, germany!” – schaut da doch mal vorbei, um die übrigen 66 Videos zu sehen und hinterlasst ein paar Kommentare, Daumen und teilt die Videos mit Freunden, wenn ihr mögt! Könnt auch ein Abo hinterlassen! 🙂

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Why Germans joke about the Dutch

dutch penis size

And welcome to another episode of “hello, germany!”, now did you know that the germans often make jokes about the dutch? I’m wondering why, here’s a hint: Anne Frank has nothing to do with it, but penis size may play a part. Find out now:




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And also leave a comment here, tell me: Do you think the Dutch have a larger penis than the Germans?

germans bickering over the best ice cream!

icecream in germany

Time for a new two-part episode of “hello, germany!”. I was going to get some italian ice cream in Cologne, in the best Gelateria, the best ice cream parlour world wide. Germans love italian ice cream, and I bet you have tasted nothing like it. And I brought along crowd pleaser and fan favorite Michael, hee hee. Enjoy:


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Part 2:



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“Hello, germany!” is here to answer your questions!

A german answers your questions about germans, germany and everything else!

A german answers questions

It’S time for another vlog in english! This time I’ll answer the first view questions. Now, before you enjoy the clip, please subscribe to the youtube channel “hello, germany!” for free! And also, put the Google+ “hello, germany!” page in your circles, it’s worth it!

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“I love your videos; I think they are hilarious. Also, your english is very good, where/how did you learn?”


“Compared to German, do you think English is a easier or harder language to learn? I know a bit, but wish to learn more German! :)”

You say squirrel, I say Eichhörnchen

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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Germans can’t say “squirrel”, but can you say “Eichhörnchen”?

A challenge for the english speaking world!

germans can't say squirrel? try eichhörnchen!

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!



Looking forward to your comments, suggestions and of course, complaints!

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squirrel pic under public domain.