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    • ANTLER 9 apr
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    • German is very literal. The word for glove is Handshoe and the full word for tank is just Armored Battle Wagon
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    • For those who don’t know, “spiel 99 luftballons” means play 99 balloons. It’s a famous German anti-war song. Like so others can see.
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    • That’s because English and German both came from the same language
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    • I mean it’s not like German is one of the root languages for English or anything
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    • The funniest thing I learned in German class is that their word for Speed Limit is Geschwindigkeitzbegrenzung...so they just put Tempo Limit on the signs
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    • The entire German language is compound words and it's amazing
      Wicked 9 apr
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    • It’s as if English if is a germanic language intermingled with french and sprinkles of other languages
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    • English is just sober German
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    • Unterseeboote = submarine
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    • Technically English and German are in the same category- Germanic. Just like how Italian Spanish and French are a few Romantic languages
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    • German is just English with some pazaz
      762x51mm 9 apr
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    • “This is so sad Alexa play 99 red balloons”
      Lee_bag22 10 apr
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    • Alexa that's so tragic, play 99 red balloons.
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    • Y'all do realize English is actually closer to German than any other language? I mean Old German split into English and new German.
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    • i love speaking german. oder solle ich sagen: ich liebe deutsch sprechen!
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    • 99 luftballons is only good in German. The English one is wack
      IG88 9 apr
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    • “Straight to the point”
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    • You only need to know 3 words to speak German
      Wemps 9 apr
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    • Fun fact: English is actually a Germanic language. Basically latinized German. Still use most of their grammar.
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    • 99 luftballons is a great song
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    • "Antibabypillen" sounds like a joke from an Adam Sandler comedy in the 90s
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    • I thought it said “This is so sad, Alexa play 99 red balloons “
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    • what do germans call their bras? dashuldstopemfrumfloppen
      mason356 9 apr
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    • German is just drunk English
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    • The German word for airplane is "flugzeug" which combines the German word "flugen" which means to fly, along with the word "zeug" which means "thing". Airplanes in Germany are literally just called "flying things"
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    • CT_6481 9 apr
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    • 99 luftballons is a banger
      _Spike 11 apr
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    • I'm learning German right now and I've been taking it for 2 years. Let me tell you, yelling "mien Kartoffel ist nicht rund!" At random people has never been more fun.
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    • Well English is like 80% Germanic or something like that which is why a good portions of German words sound the same in English
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    • Diese hundin leer YEET!
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    • 99 luff balloons is a good fuckin song
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    • That is so sad, Alexa play 99 red balloons
      livision 9 apr
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    • I actually love 99 luftbaloons it is a great song it's a sort of happy melancholy that makes you feel, It's a German anti-war song if any of you have the time or intrest I recommend looking it up, pls like so others can see : )
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    • English is a Germanic language, many words are similar. Many words are different. Skip is überspringen
      KWSNinja 9 apr
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    • All these Duolingo memes actually have got me studying German for like a week so far
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    • Wow it's almost like English is a Germanic language
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    • This is so sad, Alexa play 99 red balloons
      Dodoboi 9 apr
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    • I feel like it would be cool to speak german
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    • If you ever wonder why German and English are so similar it’s because English is a Germanic language.
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    • HybridD 9 apr
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    • 99 Red Balloons by Goldfinger is awesome
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    • It can also be antibabypill, antibabypillst, or antibabypillt,
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    • English came from German though
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    • English is a Germanic language
      Lujo 11 apr
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    • Look up the German word for airplane and tell me we get right to the point
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    • Ja! Deutsch ist wunderbar!
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    • Did you know that middle english (english that was spoken in the middle ages) had a lot of similarities with present day german?
      Meruem 9 apr
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    • Modern English is just German, French, and Spanish trying to live together in a big trench coat trying remember what they learned from mommy Latin thousands of years ago
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    • 99 luftballoons and 99 red balloons are the same song... it took me a while to realize she released an English version
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    • The second comment pretty much says “this is so sad Alexa play 99 red balloons”
      demodoge 9 apr
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    • English is a German-derived language, so it’s easier to understand than other languages if you only know English
      ManU_Fan 9 apr
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    • Neunundneunzig luftballoons
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    • German is part of the same language family as English which why some words are like one or 2 letters off
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    • “dich” is pronounced “dish” not “dick”
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    • german is just little words put together to make bigger ones
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    • It's almost like English was partially based off German or something
      MLXVI 9 apr
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    • Antibabypillen got me real good in German class lmao, almost as much as the poor slide show choice my teacher made that resulted in a running joke of "das baby grillen".
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    • Von 99 Luftballons Auf ihrem Weg zum Horizont
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    • This is why it’s my favorite language. Plus it sounds sweet
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    • But who knows the song referenced?🤔🤔🤔
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    • Es ist mein teil
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    • English is a Germanic language so the structure is very similar
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    • As a fluent german speaker i can confirm all of this.
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    • Duolingo is helping me learn german, Ich Bin stark
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    • German is the best language.
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    • It’s not pro choice it’s anti baby
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    • 𝘽𝙧𝙤 𝙞𝙨 𝙩𝙝𝙖𝙩 99 ℝ𝔼𝔻 𝔹𝔸𝕃𝕃𝕆𝕆ℕ𝕊?
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    • Plastic butter knife is plastikbuttermessen so
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    • Wait German cant be that easy to learn right?
      DatTop 9 apr
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    • Mark Twain would heavily debate the claim that German as a language “gets right to the point”.
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    • 99 red balloons is the one song that brings back the most nostalgia of GTA vice city
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    • I take German in school, and I love this meme way too much 😂
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    • Neunundneunzig Luftballons
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    • For those confused it says “that is so sad Alexa play no no balloons”
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    • I don’t know any German and i can read it all. You know why? Because English came from the German language
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    • Goldfinger did 99 red balloons better than the original. No im not saying because they're american. Im saying because the English lyrics are actually in beat with the song. The German lyrics are hard to time
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    • “Anti-Jewish factories”
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    • That's so weird, it's almost like English has German roots and branches from an ancient dialect of German 🙄😂
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    • 99 luftballons is a really good song
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    • This is so tragic alexa play 99 red balloons
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    • this is so sad, alexa play 99 luftballons
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    • I love how Germans always sound so pissed off
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    • Vorsicht vor Rektalspinnen. sie kommen
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    • Not gonna front 99 luftballons is a bop
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    • DumbPunk 9 apr
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    • Sounds more like dish than dick
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    • The German word for vacuum translates directly to “floor sucker”
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    • 99 luftballoons is so good the english version is great but it just sounds better in German for some reason
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    • Haha! Das ist sehr lustig!
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    • Anti baby pill
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