Bayerisch Gmain, Bavaria
With this photo you really manage to make me feel sorry for a snow pole.
My association was more on the line of a materialized flash, thrown by Zeus or his Bavarian proconsul…
Not enough devastation …
Thanks to our ambassador Alois Hingerl: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=USlmFs2A-fU
LUJA, SOG E!!! ZEFIX, HALLELUJA!!!
Hmmmmm, thanks for this … 😀 – I haven’t thought of this for years. I loved this as a child. Of course. Which child doesn’t love cursing grownups?
And my mother didn’t want me to listen to it, because she thought it to rough for a kid’s ears…
But your Bavarian cursing looks (written) very genuine – amazing!
paste and copy from the youtube comments – I could never speak or write Bavarian that good. Eh .. at all.
Oh – this is full-fledged honesty!
I wouldn’t have discovered it, as I almost never read comments on such sites – the comments even on serious newspaper sites are all too often reason to cringe, to say the least.
Yes, they are indeed.
But really? I hoped some Bavarian might have quoted this famous sentence … and I guess I was right, 😉
The “E” in “SOG E” is an unmistakable sign of a native speaker, probably of lower to middle class Munich-North origin, if I dare to say so. Nobody north of Freising would probably pronounce it like this, not to talk about writing. :))
me = speechless. Wow. 😉
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