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"The dog in the pan goes crazy" and other German phrases

"The dog in the pan goes crazy" and other German phrases

(5:01) Two flatmates Danny and Jenny discuss strange phrases in the German language. English has some pretty strange phrases as well. How about: "That is a different kettle of fish".

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Guest: (3589 days ago)
I think Danny is a bit condescending. He should spend some time abroad.
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I think Danny is a bit condescending. He should spend some time abroad.
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Guest: Mix (3589 days ago)
These two just need to **** and get it over with.
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These two just need to **** and get it over with.
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Guest: (3589 days ago)
If he won't, I'll volunteer.
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If he won't, I'll volunteer.
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Guest: (3589 days ago)
agreed
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agreed
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Blong Blong (3589 days ago)
Patience, they probably will
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Patience, they probably will
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Guest: (3586 days ago)
He needs to realize that the English phrases are just as stupid, that's what makes the idea funny. If he really thinks flying pigs are less idiotic than a dog in a pan, he's dumb. Her English is ******* good. He comes across as ignorant as hell.
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He needs to realize that the English phrases are just as stupid, that's what makes the idea funny. If he really thinks flying pigs are less idiotic than a dog in a pan, he's dumb. Her English is ******* good. He comes across as ignorant as hell.
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Guest: (3587 days ago)
what an arrogant english ******* twat. condenscending is the least he is.
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what an arrogant english ******* twat. condenscending is the least he is.
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Guest: Babel Fish (3588 days ago)
I wonder what the German is for, "Annoying flatmate who's not getting any".
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I wonder what the German is for, "Annoying flatmate who's not getting any".
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Guest: (3589 days ago)
If a German really grins cause he/she/it is happy one would say they are grinning like a honey-cake-horse (Honigkuchenpferd) :)
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If a German really grins cause he/she/it is happy one would say they are grinning like a honey-cake-horse (Honigkuchenpferd) :)
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Guest: Richard S (3589 days ago)
What a marvelous invention these two are. I am delighted to have heard this video, thank you.
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What a marvelous invention these two are. I am delighted to have heard this video, thank you.
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Guest: (3589 days ago)
One of my favourite German phrases is "Mann, bin ich breit!" when you are drunk, i.e. "Man, I am wide". Because you suddenly barge into stuff, it can only mean that your width increases when you drink.
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One of my favourite German phrases is "Mann, bin ich breit!" when you are drunk, i.e. "Man, I am wide". Because you suddenly barge into stuff, it can only mean that your width increases when you drink.
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Guest: (3004 days ago)
Latest comment: No. It means that your mind is muddy and so widened like a great heap of mud.
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Latest comment: No. It means that your mind is muddy and so widened like a great heap of mud.
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Guest: Scholar (3587 days ago)
Study the english language and you will get the meaning of " a kettle of fish". Idioms in general are usually old, so cannot be measured by modern standards.
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Study the english language and you will get the meaning of " a kettle of fish". Idioms in general are usually old, so cannot be measured by modern standards.
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