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Best English Word to Cross Over into German Last Year

pryfllwydpryfllwyd The AnthropocenePosts: 1,405 mod
edited March 2015 in Words Words Words
Wait for it - the word is shitstorm and is especially relevant when considering the media noise about the Greek crisis

Shitstorm

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  • mheredgemheredge Wordsmith Here and therePosts: 25,244 mod
    Was this a word being used in Germany @pryfllwyd?
  • pryfllwydpryfllwyd The AnthropocenePosts: 1,405 mod
    oh yes @mheredge - I hear it most days at the moment - its the latest business buzz word
  • mheredgemheredge Wordsmith Here and therePosts: 25,244 mod
    Haha @pryfllwyd. I'm so out of it. Maybe I should start using it and see if it takes off here too.
  • pryfllwydpryfllwyd The AnthropocenePosts: 1,405 mod
    bs bingo is a part of my life @mheredge - the latest one is "feedback is a gift"

    Quite funny in Germany as "gift" has a special meaning in German (i.e. poison).
  • mheredgemheredge Wordsmith Here and therePosts: 25,244 mod
    Feedback is a gift! Well I suppose this means saving on consultancy fees if people tell you for free what they like or dislike about something @pryfllwyd.

    It's so funny seeing how phrases like these come and go. Is 'whatever' in response to anything you didn't like much still as popular as it was?
  • pryfllwydpryfllwyd The AnthropocenePosts: 1,405 mod
    whatever @mheredge - actually round here its "du mich auch" which is best translated as the same to you with bells on
  • mheredgemheredge Wordsmith Here and therePosts: 25,244 mod
    When youngsters are talking, it sometimes seems that they're speaking another language. Sadly it's not just a case of vocabulary but grammar seems to have gone to the dogs too.
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