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I touched grass
2 months ago
GoldniceHelpful2Wholesome3Silver4

German but worse

r/memes - People looking for a language that sounds harsh and aggressive German Vv Dutch
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German has a booty tho.

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Yea, my boy’s got some Kuchen.

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I would slap this booty

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He does have that dump truck Pixar mom thunder clapping jello pudding jiggling pog slamming Pluto dwarfing pop can crushing chair asphyxiating lulu lemon busting wrecking ball smothered in onions orbital laser ass

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Das Ass

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· 2 mo. ago · edited 2 mo. ago
Wholesome

To germans dutch sounds extremely funny. It might even be the least threatening and aggressive language to us. It sounds very cheerful and maybe like a drunken slurred mix of english and german.

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Op · 2 mo. ago
I touched grass

As a German, I can confirm. It does sound like a weird mixture.

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Raised by Germans.

Grandpa used to say Dutch sounded like a German falling down stairs.

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· 2 mo. ago · edited 2 mo. ago

Definitely! Iam a czech and I speak German and English and when I was visiting Amsterdam and when I saw some signs somewhere I could understand some of them just because I mashed two words from english and german together. Sadly I have not spoken german for 5 years so I have forgotten almost everything.

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My go-to description is a drunk German with a medium-sized potato in their mouth

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I always think it sounds like an English speaker having a stroke. It definitely was not reassuring when I was on a plane where the pilot gave the preflight in Dutch…

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As a half Dutch American, from hearing my family talk, it also sounds cheerful and drunken.

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· 2 mo. ago · edited 2 mo. ago

I've lived in the Netherlands for a good bit and I absolutely love the language, it's so much more floaty and loose than German. sure there are more gutteral sounds, but they don't really sound very harsh if you're used to them.

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· 2 mo. ago
Lives in a Van Down by the River

Can confirm lol. Dutch sounds like a drunk person trying to speak german lmao

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