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German idioms you really shouldn't Cute German nicknames for your 2 months ago   03:11

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From offended sausages to tap-dancing bears – these idiomatic expressions bring a little poetry to the German language.

Rachel Stewart is on a mission to investigate the quirks and idiosyncrasies of daily life in Germany. Every two weeks she explores a new topic - from beer to nudity to complicated grammar - and heads out to get some tips from the Germans themselves.

Rachel moved from the UK to Germany in 2016. As a relative newcomer she casts a fresh eye over German clichés and shares her experiences of settling into German life. You'll find more from Meet the Germans on YouTube or at dw.com/MeettheGermans.
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Comments 140 Comments

gbshahaq
Not all the cups in the cupboard - lol!
įGEl
SExY
Daniel Bastidas
Imagine terminator saying:
Aus die Maus Baby!!
Chris Arndt
Ich glaube mein Schwein pfeift means more : I think i'm getting Mad because of you. Liebe Grüße aus Deutschland
bazi pissa
i think you are on the wood way!
Kiddy TheCat
That guys smile really was sweet as a honey pie!
boahkeinbockmehr
Now we don't want to be more catholic than the pope... GET OFF YOUR HIGH HORSE FIRST!! You no longer have all your doves under your roof! Nothing but hay in the head! Always with the head through the wall. You are a thick-skull! To get everything under one hat. That doesn't fit on any cowskin. Got as a kid too warm washed. They have not fallen onto their little head. Blowing-cake! Reading-rat/ book-worm
Man With Mask
Ich stehe auf dich Rachel Stewart ....ah so tut mir wirklich Leid...aber es ist halt so...Liebe
Dave Brownburg
Here are some more Idiomatic Expressions[Idiomatish Ausdruck.]


1.JEMAND UBERS OHR HAUEN {to trick, to con; LIT: to hit someone over the ear}
Er hat mich bei diesem Kauf wirklich ubers Ohr gehauen.


2. SICH EIN BEIN AUSREIBEN{to ogerexert oneself; LIT: to pull out a leg.}
Sie hat sich ein Bein ausgerissen fur diese Firma.


3. ZU OHREN KOMMEN{to come to one's attention; LIT: to come to one's ear.}
Es ist mir zu Ohren gekommen, daB Sie einen neuen Film drehen.
Just A Guy Production
Why do Americans want to have sex with their babies? They always say "ooh baby!"
Diane Davidson
Do Germans not like cheese?
Diane Davidson
“Not my beer” = “not my monkey, not my circus”
chetatanka
Hahah, so cool I love it
Mister Ports
No wonder why Oscar wilde said "life is too short to learn German"
Der Hownstädr
These German Expressions are under all canon
Der Hownstädr
All paths lead to Rome.
Der Hownstädr
I know where the hammer is hanging
Ciara Bradley
I don't know how the rabbit runs, however I do know how the hare runs.
Amado N.
1:35 Huh, is that Pascal Wehrlein's little brother?
Nur ein YouTube Nutzer
Ich dachte mir bei allen Übersetzungen auf Englisch: "Häääää, das mach doch gar keinen Sinn." But thats not my beer😂🤔
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Cute German nicknames for your German idioms you really shouldn't 2 months ago   02:55

Is German a harsh language? Not if you're talking to your sweetheart. From "mouse-bear" to "Schnucki," Meet the Germans presenter Kate Müser discovers lots of cute and funny nicknames Germans use for their loved ones.
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Every other week, DW's Kate Müser explores the quirks of everyday life and language in Germany. Originally from the United States, Müser has lived in Germany for over 13 years. Follow Meet the Germans on YouTube or at dw.com/meetthegermans.

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