Mein lokale ice cream shop has jokes in two languages



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  1. “Snäll” means “sweet” or “kind” in Swedish, and “Snel” means “quick” in German. As a boy, I wanted to ride “Snälltget” because it sounded like a theme park train, but it was just a play on words from the German Sneltram/Snel Zug. I was completely wrong.

  2. Backpfeifengesicht is my favorite German expression. Someone with a punchable face is referred to as a punchable face.

    When people ask why I’m studying German, I tell them it’s so that I can understand what Nazis say in movies and video games. It makes me sad to see my German friends.

  3. Half-translated Norwegian joke in English

    “It’s the scent, not the fart, that kills you.”

    The Norwegian proverb goes like this:

    “It’s not farta that bothers you, it’s smellen.”

    It will be completely translated into English.

    “It’s the accident, not the pace, that kills you.”

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