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Oh Germans will drink beer for breakfast. It’s actually a method to get over a hangover. Especially teenagers who want to drink multiple days straight do that, I think it’s disgusting lol.
On the other hand there is a saying “Kein Bier for vier” which means “no bear before 4 pm”
American stereotype in Spain would be: so ignorant, badly dressed and too casual. German would be square head, naive and drunk.
My stepfather uses socks and birkenstocks spesifically for use inside the house, since you're usually not allowed to use shoes in the house in Norway.
I'm Austrian, and to say german have dark Humor and sarcasm is so untrue that can just be a joke
I just don't like german words being super looooooooooooong
I like how grammatical mistakes are corrected in the subtitles^^
Germans: We‘re super friendly!
Austrians: Oh really?
It‘a actually a big misunderstanding. Because Austrians speak a lot softer and use fancier words. But germans speak rough and their sentences are short lived. So they‘re considered rude in Austria, even when they don‘t mean to😅
We Germans don´t drink Beer for Breakfast ?
YES we do !
Some of us, like me...;-)
Beer still is a cheap way to get drunk, not as cheap as in 2020, but you can still can buy a Can (0,5 L) with 4,8% at about 0,49 Cent...
I'm Japanese. I always watch your channel for studying English!! Your videos are very useful. Thank you as always.
By the way, I fell in love with Megan the first time I saw her. Megan, will you marry me?
I was thinking all American wearing Cowboy Outfits and Guns + riding Horses.
Its not so? Oh but why the most thinking we have Dirndels and Kukuclocks :D
Socks and sandals is a myth. Just because I'm in town right now wearing socks and sandals doesn't make the stereotype true.
German food bad? They're the kings and queens of sausage, c'mon!
I went to Berlin earlier this year and everyone I interacted with was super nice. I think that stereotype just comes from Americans who like to make small talk and I found it very rare that a German would want to make small talk with somebody else, so I think Americans just perceive that as being rude or cold.
I love the fact that I'm German. Being able to read Nietzsche, Schopenhauer and other philosophers of that caliber in their mothertongue fills me with pride. And to say that Bach, Wagner, Mandelssohn und Haydn were Germans like myself adds to that. :-)
To the Germans being strict thing: I think it’s the fact we are very honest(except for answering the barber if you like the haircut lol), it’s something good in my opinion. I just know what someone thinks of me or whatever.
Megan definitely has that same style and kind of humor as Anna Kendrick. Lol she's got that funny dry, deadpan humor.
When I think about aggressive languages I think about spanish and italian not german. The umlaut sounds may be unpleasant to some but whether a language sounds nice really depends on a speaker.
if you think german sounds aggressive and harsh...visit the netherlands...THEY use the "throatsound" MUUUCH more aggressive, than germans
The unfriendlyness is because germans are very direct, with everything. If they like something, they tell you, but also if they dont like it. They will tell you straigh in the face. Thats whats calles unfriendly in other cultures, but for us its unfriendly to lie to someone, we tell you what we think :D