Can A Pet Named Steve confirm this?
I am not an expert but that word doesn't seem German. The b into ch wouldn't happen because German does not use the cha sound. Also, if that was the actual meaning then the word would probably be longer as German compound words don't leave any of its components out.
Update: It seems to be the name of a character from The Big Lebowski.
@I was never here, thank you, Donny!
@I was never here, as a German speaker i agree with you
@I was never here, probably a typo, could be "obachtkeit"
@I was never here, how do you update comments on this app?
@addibruh, You should see a thing that says "Edit" right next to the reply button on the comment that you want to edit.
@A pet named Steve, we need you!
@TroolFace, I am here to tell you that I have never heard that word in my life
@A pet named Steve, wait, you're German?
@A pet named Steve, this explains so many different things I've read that you've typed on here 😂, I've always pictured you being british for some reason
@TheSeasonIAm, yeah sometimes I make grammar mistakes and mix up words 😂 funny that you think my bad English is British haha
THIS IS NOT TRUE. Get of here tumblr! Shoo, shoo!
The German term for when a person makes up a random German-sounding word out of nowhere and people believe it anyway.
ignore this. someone beat me to it
Schadenfreude is my favorite.
Hi I'm german and this isn't a word. Also it's from Walter sobchak from the big lebowski
Walter Sobchak is the dude from the "am I the only one around here....." meme.
It's not a real word
I am german and I can tell you it's bullshjt. The word is just made up of german-ish sounding syllables but it doesn't make any sense.
And, we do enter into the next round Robin! Am I wrong? Am I wrong!?
Translates in google translate to Walter Cerebrocyte