|We saw this in Prague and we DO love Toffifee (yummy) treats|
|I think I've shown this before, but it's a bicycle green|
light with a pedestrian green light in the background.
|Ok, this one cracks us up each time (mostly because the mad is freaky).|
But also, the words separately translate as "Student" and "Food".
The compound word Studentenfutter translates as "nuts and raisins".
|From our Burrito place down the street|
|I saw this on FB the other day. Very interesting as the kids have|
been eating these Kinder Eggs a lot over here. They have small
toys inside, so I guess they are viewed as a choking hazard
by the U.S. and thus banned.
|The Google "camera" Translation I got before|
I was able to change our washer to English.
The different choices of washing;
jeans, shirts, STANK.... you bet!
|Seen on a construction site: "We have the plan".|
I wish they'd give me a plan, too.
|We figured it would be closed if we tried to go.|
|On the corner of Max-Beer|
|Um, Xander found this one. No translation could be|
found for the "abbreviated" word at the top.
|We found a "Charybom" at the farmers market|
(they taste really good, by the way)
|Sign found at a "Water Boat" hostel.|
|The "ß" is a double "ss" and we've seen this|
word "Spass" everywhere. I finally looked it up
and it translates to "fun"! Yes, Xander is Spaß!
|The owners of this shop move the mannequins around|
often. However, this mannequin has been
"twerking" for weeks now.
|What would be a trip to Germany without "Da Hoff"?|
Representing 90's Pop/Trash Eurodance. Sounds fun!
|We love seeing the little LEGO people in the construction signs.|
|Poster: "I do it only in my...."|
|I laugh at this one every time we drive by. The word "Die" is the word|
"The" in German and is pronounced "dee".
However, reading it in "English", it's funny to read,
"Die, Fitness Revolution"! I think lots would agree!