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    • You know your foreign language teacher is good when they correct cultural things like that
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    • True and out of spite I always sing the German version
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    • My German teacher is drunk most of the time it's fucking great he pulls out this one tooth he has to scare people I've never taken an easier course I used Google translate on my final last year
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    • It is i can confirm
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    • It depends on the region really my teacher was from hanover germany she sings it in german so either your teachers are feeding yall bs, not actual germans, or from an area where the do shit weird
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    • Happy birthday, mein scnoon
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    • happee birfdey to juu, happee birfdey to juu, happee birfdey dear hans, happee birfdey to juu
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    • I remember walking past the German classroom at my old high school and the sophomores were just making na zi jokes and pissing off the teacher
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    • We sing the English version and then holt Soltza leiben (idk how to spell, I just grew up in a German speaking house)
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    • Have you ever Heard happy birthday in German tho
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    • What happened to viel Gluck and viel siegen auf ale dienen viegen gesundheit und frohen sind auf mit dabei
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    • Happy virday to jew.
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    • Heppy berthday to youuu
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    • Today’s my birthday! :D I just turned 18! :D
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    • Zum gaburtstag viel gluck moment
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    • Yeah it’s weird they all sing in English in Germany that’s something I distinctly remember that if you listen to the radio it’s all in English because America has a much bigger music industry and I mean pop music not like classical
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    • Zum geburtstag gleeb gloob
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    • 4nd
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    • What if you sang a song in german. But about killing jews. Yes
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    • Thank you all for another feature. More basic and political comedy to see on my profile.
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    • zum geburtstag vier gluck!
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    • Honestly though
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    • Actual German here. That's right. Sometimes we do sing it in German, though, then it would be: "Zum Geburtstag viel Glueck, zum Geburtstag viel Glueck, zum Geburtstag, liebe/r (...), zum Geburtstag viel Glueck!"
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    • Du. Du hast. Du hast mich. lol
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    • Bruh, my German Teacher who's been to Germany several times always sings in the song in German, never told us that they do or don't sing it in German
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    • In German class there was this really annoying girl so we would count the annoying things she did (once we got up to 100) and she heard us once and counted the next number and we cried laughing. And no we don’t feel bad she deserved it
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    • We sang it in German in my class.
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    • Why would you have learned how to sing it in German if they just sing it in English tho?
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    • can i get a tumblr reaction wheel
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    • It's true, I was the cake.
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    • Happy poopenfarten
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    • Mhm
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    • We always sung it in German in my German class, shoot we even had a birthday when German students visited
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    • Germany slowly just starts becoming English with german to talk about specific subjects that english is too broad to express
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    • That’s what my Asian family does too
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    • Turns out the kids was Jewish 😐😭
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    • Why?
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    • So Germans don't have their own "happy birthday" song?
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    • Its true, im the song
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    • Zum Geburtstag viel Gluck
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    • D-e-u-t-c-h-l-a-n-d u-b-e-r a-l-l-e-s
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    • Can confirm
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    • Should have tricked your entire class into singing Das Pazerlied
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    • My HS German class did the same thing
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    • Same thing in Japanese lol
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    • Fr?
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    • Same in Spanish.
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    • I actually lived in Germany for 6 years and we would sing happy birthday in German. There was also like a German version of happy birthday
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    • Happy birthday, heil h/tler
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    • They like our language better with their accent, wtf
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    • Sieg heil
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    • I feel like no matter what anybody says in German it’s always gonna come out aggressive
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    • My german class was crazy. A kid opened a window in the middle of class, grabbed snow to make a snowball and threw it at another kid, someone else mooned the teacher and didn’t get written up, and my freshman year my teacher got in trouble with a janitor because of crumbs on the carpet 1/2
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    • It’s true I was the accent
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    • Why are you crying
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    • I am cryi
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    • My German Professor was an adorable dorky old man who you could tell just loved teaching others about German culture. He also made the class super easy because he wanted it to be the least stressful class we ever took. We'd go over homework in class if we had time and our tests were all open notes.
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    • My German teacher would have us sing christmas carols and go around the school singing for a grade. I was specifically bad with remembering the lyrics to most songs (Except for O Tannenbaum) so I just ended up playing a keyboard piano most of the time. Teacher played guitar.
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    • Why are you crying?
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    • Same thing with Japanese people
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    • Germans dont cry.
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    • What?! We had to sing the german version ( which ifunny for some reason wont let me say?) every time for nothing?
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    • Theres literally a german happy birthday song tf lazy ass class they in
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    • I'm dEaDaSs crying 😭
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    • I'm feeling kinda sick now and I don't know why
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    • There’s this one too: Du hast Geburtstag! Du hast Geburtstag! Es wird gefeiert und gelacht, und wir tanzen durch die Nacht. Du hast Geburstag! Du hast Geburstag! Und wir feirern jedes Jahre!!!
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    • Probably because songs and tunes don’t always translate well, especially if the German word for birthday is something crazy like auffenschliebenfrankenwiener
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    • Alles gutte sum gebortstag
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    • It doesn't really depend on the region but on the people who sing it. Most younger people will sing in english while most older people sing in German. Its nothing people clarify beforehand but you notice sometimes people change the language mid song because they notice they started "wrong".
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    • But why
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    • I can hear it in the voice of a wolfenstein noon
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    • Zum geburtsag viel gluck
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    • My German grandfather just drinks bear at 92 yells in German then talks about how his dad crashed the red Barron during the 1st war like its the most amazing thing then forgets English halfway through a sentence and speaks German but with an American accent it’s fantastic.
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    • Even tho I live in Germany, i say most little frases in English. Shit like 'excuse me' and 'my bad'. Only problem with speaking so much English is that one time I forgot what 'germany' was in German and cried for 2 hours
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    • She’s crying because Germans actually cry.
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    • No bro, love the German one. You get to throw the birthday kid in a chair and throw them in the sky. Either that or my German teacher just wanted to see what she could get away with.
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    • Du... Du hast...
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    • "i'M cRyInG"
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    • Even Germans know English is a better language. French and Italian can sound “romantic” but I think German, other Germanic languages, and Russian kind of too, just sound gross.
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    • Velicht gabouschtag. I think I butchered the spelling.
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    • Wait, the happy birthday song is international?
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    • iM aCtUaLlY cRyInG no you're not. Fucking shut up already.
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    • It’s true I was the song
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    • Wh0a
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    • Glucklich geburstag? Did I get it right?
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    • Zum geburtstag veil Gluck
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    • Can confirm. I was the teacher
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    • Thats so extra
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    • The Germans are a pathatic and deserve extermination.
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    • It's half True
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    • Ya happy birssday mein freund
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    • For the most part, they do that in Japan too
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    • What is happy birthday in German? I am German and I legit don't know how to sing it in German. The German version changes the dear to liebe/lieber and that's it. One word changed.
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    • the german version involves genocide
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    • For my friend's dad's bday we sang it in German. We live in Texas, but they're of partial German descent, and were stationed in Germany long enough to learn the language.
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    • "I'm crying"
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