Which WAIFU is superior


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I’m serious aller

Sorry …It’s the curse of Frankfurt
:mrgo:
all joking aside
if you really speak like this irl I'm glad that you never show your picture and are so secretive about your personal life.

Because then I'd never want to meet you, EVER

This speech is the WORST OF THE WORST

EITHER you speak German OR Turkish OR Arabic or whatever but these 'vallah' interjections ARE JUST SO FUCKING ANNOYING THAT I'M GLAD I NEVER WENT TO THE SAME SCHOOL AS YOU
I'M LITERALLY FOAMING AT THE MOUTH RIGHT NOW
 
all joking aside
if you really speak like this irl I'm glad that you never show your picture and are so secretive about your personal life.

Because then I'd never want to meet you, EVER

This speech is the WORST OF THE WORST

EITHER you speak German OR Turkish OR Arabic or whatever but these 'vallah' interjections ARE JUST SO FUCKING ANNOYING THAT I'M GLAD I NEVER WENT TO THE SAME SCHOOL AS YOU
I'M LITERALLY FOAMING AT THE MOUTH RIGHT NOW
Nah for real it’s really annoying but most people from Frankfurt don’t say it
It’s always the minority… it’s rather a cliche
aller is something that belongs to Frankfurt but we don’t use it in every sentence. Only sometimes when we’re pissed about something
The street interviews destroyed our reputation. Most people from these interviews are not from Frankfurt, they’re from the surrounding cities
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@solis is really a grammar queen
:risitavirus:
 
Young people don't become Arsenal fans, they were a great team in the past..That's why people who are older than us have many good memories with this team

He has good choices
My dad is a football fanatic
He was a little bit disappointed when I said that I don’t care about football
I like boobs and swords though, that’s enough for him
 
Nah for real it’s really annoying but most people from Frankfurt don’t say it
It’s always the minority… it’s rather a cliche
aller is something that belongs to Frankfurt but we don’t use it in eve
Oh damn this just reminded me of that one Ted talk I watched years ago.
The speaker was talking about how he interviewed ppl in Pine Ridge Lakota reservation (the poorest and most crime-infested reservation in the US).
When he came to the point where he talked about the locals he had interviewed he said something like "AND THEY EVEN CALLED ME THEIR BROTHER"

The dude (who was white btw) was totally in awe and all, shit was hilarious and I was lowkey laughing my ass off.
It's just how the people there talk:suresure: everyone is their brother and sister and uncle etc., it doesn't mean anything on a personal level :suresure: :lawsigh:

The speaker was a grown ass adult but gave me major little boy vibes. Like the type of white guy who idolises Natives as 'pure'/'better human beings' or whatever


Ahh good old times:catsweat:
 
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