That's where I grew up
No BMWs there at the time, though.
German police were called to an outbreak of sausage-related violence this week, after a man used a mega wurst to inflict serious damage on a BMW. According to a police report, a parking dispute between two men in the town of Neubrandenburg Oststadt quickly descended into threats and insults, then a shoving match. Things …
"I'm reminded of the episode of The Goodies that had the Lancastrian martial art of Ecky Thump."
For reminding me of that episode.
Loved the Goodies - another episode that I remember is when one of them was using capons on his climbing boots - they appeared to be much more effective than the crampons the others were using.
(Yes, I'll plead guilty to nearing retirement age)
This is a tricky one, what with food waste as it is these days, I often want to do the same, not because of penny pinching but to prevent the waste.
I invariably take a late lunch at our office canteen and often see a lot left over that goes in the bin. If I actually wanted it to take home I'd have to buy it.
Something's definitely not right with this!
Now if it were leberkase or a Styrofoam tray of bratkartoffeln there would have been no damage apart from a greasy smear. Choose your food weapon carefully. Nearly broke a tooth on one of those metal bloody clips once, could have choked!
Good job it wasn't Switzerland, they’re nearly always packing!
Never understood whilst living there, Ze Germans (in the voice of Jason Stathom) trying to get on a crowded zug before anyone had a chance to get off and just slowed the whole process down, made a bit of a mockery of the trains always being on time IMO.
The concept of queuing, no!!! Not even going to go there!
ich liebe dich, Mein Bester Feind.
Glühwein, Awesome! Andechs Monastery also awesome too.
Yep, Germans are particularly rubbish letting people off public transport. My young daughter once got stuck on a tram because some old biddy barged through the door getting on without letting anyone else off. By the time my daughter could get back to the door it had closed and the tram drove on. Luckily the next stop wasn't that far away and no harm done. But still, how rude!
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