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You like that ?... See if you like any of these, chosen on thelocal.de as the 7 'worst' German dishes and then the 7 'best' ones :
Schlachtplatte - the first 'worst' one.
...and Apfelstrudel, the first 'best' one on the list.
The full list link, it starts with the worst ones first : - http://www.thelocal.de/galleries/lifestyle/germanys-seven-best-and-wurst-foods/1
Here it comes ! ...
O.K kiddies, here is a film for this weekend - Hans Westmar, eisner von vielen... [Hans Westmar, one of many...] the story of Horst Wessel, full film from 1933 with subtitles :
...and Lale Andersen sings Lili Marleen. The song became so popular that the British and the Americans played it too on their Army radio stations. Some anti-German bigots complained but the soldiers liked this song so much that it continued to be played until the end of the war. Vera Lynn even recorded a British version later on.
Outside the barracks By the corner light I always stand and wait for you at night We will create a world for two I'll wait for you, the whole night through For you, Lili Marleen For you, Lili Marleen Beugler, tonight don't play the call to arms I want another evening with its charms Then we will say goodbye and pass I'll always keep you in my heart With me, Lili Marleen With me, Lili Marleen Give me a rose to show how much you care Tie to the stem a lock of golden hair Surely tomorrow, you'll feel blue But then will come a love that's new For you, Lili Marleen For you, Lili Marleen When we are marching in the mud and cold And when my pack seems more than I can hold My love for you renews my might I'm warm again, my pack is light It's you, Lili Marleen It's you, Lili Marleen My love for you renews my might I'm warm again, my pack is light It's you, Lili Marleen It's you, Lili Marleen
Lale Andersen sings
Edited by zorin - 6/21/14 at 3:35am
Well I'm more thrilled with that than the sign on the Viet restaurant (where there should be none) today advertising viet cuisine with a "Maple Sauce"
Great mix er up with a good single malt and you can have Asiatic Glayva