@Fellacio Jones, what you say bout my mama?!
@Suck a bag of dicks, he said "hi"
@Fellacio Jones, I'm well, how are you?
@Fellacio Jones, we learned about this word in german class. It is an outdated term related to the processing of beef. It has actually been removed from the language basically, and the new longest word is literally translated the hole for the nail for the hat of a Danube river steamboat captain(or something very similar). Can't make this stuff up
@Aftonio, you must be the shjt at parties. Thank you for that.
Metzger, is this true???
@SWAT, well, this actually might be true for Deutsch Scrabble, because the words tend to be longer than German.
@Metzger, ist Deutsch nicht also German?
@WilfredMott, on the contrary, Deutsch is the native language of Holland, where I'm from. The accents are similar, but in German you will hear alot of "Z's" pronounced in words, where as in Deutsch you won't. Here's a comparison: "Goodbye" in German is "Auf Wiedersehen" & in Deutsch is "Tot Ziens".. In my accent, I would pronounce "zeins" as "scenes" but in German it would be with the Z. & in "Auf Wiedersehen" I would pronounce the end as "sin" & Germans would say it as "zen".. Hope that helps.
@Metzger, I believe you are mistaken. Deutsch is what Deutschland, die Schweiz, and Österreich refer to as their language. The world calls the language of holland "Dutch"
@WilfredMott, percieve it however you'd like, I was just trying to explain..
@Metzger, it's not my perception, it's a simple fact that Germans, Austrians and Schweizers, call the German language Deutsch.
@WilfredMott, & people from Holland refer to it as Deutsch aswell..
@Metzger, there! That is it. That answers my question.
@Metzger, verlassen sie es gerade sein ;)
@Heroin, fein! :|
@Metzger, yeah Deutsch is the german language, Dutch, or Holländisch is the language of the Netherlands
Geschwindigkeitsbegrenzung. Means speed limit
Eintausenddreihundertsiebenundvierzig (I just said 1,347 in German; hoping I didn't get mixed up, its been a couple years)
@La Villa Strangiato, sieb, sieben same thing
@The Drunk Moose, Darn, you're right. Thank you, otherwise I wouldn't have noticed it split up into two words.
@La Villa Strangiato, oh wait lol that space mad eme not even look at the rest of the word xD
@La Villa Strangiato, one thousand, three hundred and forty seven. Really not much of a length difference when you wright it out. Ours is actually longer i think
@Jedi 97, Yeah it probably is, but I was just showing how Germans like to make it a big compound word.
The blonde looks like a straight up brick
@Solidus, I'm gunna let you take a second look at the picture
@Welcommatt, I'm gonna tell him
@Welcommatt, I know, but she still looks like a brick.
@Snakes, it's just the board i know
@Snakes, don't you dare
Better with HI REZ
The German word for Rainbow Dragon is regenbogenfarbendrache. Literally "rainbow colored Dragon"
As a German student, I can attest to thus sometimes being true. But usually we will use words like alt, or sein.
Warum sind diese Wörter so lang? (I just started German this semester, I probably butchered that)
@s p a c e d o u t, no that was fine :3
@RainbowDragon, Gott sei Dank!
@s p a c e d o u t, in the German language you can basically combine an endless amount of substantives and it is still written as one word. Like "Arbeitsunfallsbescheidskneipengasabdrehungsprofessorenvorstandsaktivitätenplanungskapitän
@s p a c e d o u t, nicht Schlecht
@but then I died, Sehr gut, mein Freund.