I love it when German just shoves words together to form new words
@quinntastic , like the french and their letters
@Bad Suggestions, "well-, that depends if it's plural or not"
@Bad Suggestions, French is a disgusting language and you should be ashamed for liking it
Any of my fellow Texans still alive?
@ImNotRacistBut, I think they were all in that pileup
@ImNotRacistBut, Oh hey, you have internet!
@mas2de, we’ve been fine lol
@ImNotRacistBut, can't get into your frozen cars and drive on the icy roads, but you've got internet. At least you're not like that girl trying to kick her key into her car door. :facepalm:
Gotta work on those politicians and utility companies who apparently hate you. (He said while his own legislators also are constantly caught playing by different rules and his utility companies have been caught red handed neglecting their maintenance duties so much that it lead to loss of life.)
@mas2de, eh. I mean I get that they could have beefed up the system but this is by far the coldest and longest duration of cold Texas has experienced since the late 1800’s so it’s hard to be upset at them. Hopefully it will spur on some improvements
Can @A Pet Named Steve, confirm?
Eh. He seems trustworthy enough.
@mas2de, They are all true. The pronounciation is a bit off though.
Steve is missing :(
I do love that the German word for lighter translates to fire stuff
English *preparing knapsack* “Which ones?”
The best is their word for vaccume cleaner. It’s “dust sucker”. In a sentence it is used “I’m going to dust suck my room”
This reminds me, been a while since I seen A pet named steve comment
I like the word “fifty-five” in German, it’s my favorite. fünfundfünfzig