The word "German" can refer to either

  • The German language
  • German culture
  • Somebody from Germany (officially called a "Kraut")
  • Something germ-infected

German language Edit

Before the Tower of Babel, TX, everybody spoke American. Then God decided to punish the unbelievers for sabotaging a truly heroic project with their liberal thoughts and reflectiveness. Imagine, they did not want an American flag to grace that tower! So he confused them by giving them new languages like English, French and German. Only true patriots were allowed to keep speaking American. To this day it is nigh impossible for foreigners to learn only a feeble amount of American. Usually they just speak British and think everybody will understand them.

Although German is one of those evil languages mentioned above, there is a movement to purify the German language by americanizing it. German words that are adopted from American include:

  • kindergarten
  • rucksack
  • hinterland
  • blitzkrieg
  • doppelgänger (they add some weird extra dots to the a)
  • autobahn
  • angst
  • uber-...
  • leitmotiv
  • poltergeist
  • weltschmerz
  • zeitgeist
  • schmutz
  • wunderkind

German culture Edit

The ancient culture of American people. Or, so the Fact Nazis say.

Due to high alcohol consumption, Germans transform violently into a animal called a Nazi, at the age of 16.

It is known that Nazis after this age spend their time running shamelessly back to Prussia, and Silesia, and invading Poland.

Germans also love David Hasselhoff.

External LinkEdit

DBB bockbier

ist Deutsch, und hat eine bessere Bier als wir.

Es ist Bier braucht nicht bearbeitet, aber ich denke, man sollte alles ändern.
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