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Morgen, ihr Luschen! Der Ausbilder-Schmidt-Film, Movie, 2008 IMDB

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AleX_DJ AT

2016-06-22 15:14

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Gamer DE

2016-06-22 16:11

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Terribly unfunny movie.

Purzel89 DE

2016-06-22 20:59

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Car chase done by Action Concept. Who else?

See here next to "Koproduzenten":

Link to "www.odeonfilm.de"

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ingo DE

2016-06-22 21:28

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Gamer wrote Terribly unfunny movie.

Here I feel again some dissatisfaction, that there is no equivalent for "pain in the ass" in German.

rjluna2 US

2016-06-23 00:17

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ingo wrote Here I feel again some dissatisfaction, that there is no equivalent for "pain in the ass" in German.

Here is what Google translate spit out: Schmerz in den Arsch.

AleX_DJ AT

2016-06-23 00:27

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Yeah, this is a literal translation, but it doesn't sound as meaningful as the original :D

Purzel89 DE

2016-06-23 11:26

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I think it still sounds funny to say this movie is so terrible that it causes me a "Schmerz im Arsch". But yet noone would say that.

Maybe this is what an US american says when he watches the movie, really using the three german words inside his english sentence as it is a german movie.

rjluna2 US

2016-06-23 13:48

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How about pseudo-German speaking language: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blinkenlights :D

ingo DE

2016-06-23 20:56

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rjluna2 wrote How about pseudo-German speaking language: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blinkenlights :D

Something similar like this, a wild mixture of different languages we use at K 70-meetings, when people from different countries are together. It's very funny - and useful: everyone understands everything! :D
We already have talked in a mixture of four different languages (German, English, French and Dutch), with changing the language withing the sentence. It works perfectly :king:

rjluna2 US

2016-06-24 14:08

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ingo wrote We already have talked in a mixture of four different languages (German, English, French and Dutch), with changing the language withing the sentence. It works perfectly :king:

I bet they sound wee bit funny :lol:

Gamer DE

2016-06-24 14:21

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Yes, sometimes I say: "Ich kiddiere nur!" (I'm just kidding...)

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