and welcome to our German Word of the Day. And today, we’ll have a look at the meaning of
And the meaning of life is… uh… wait… it’s … uhm… damn it! It was something with being or something… but I can’t find it right now.
So I guess our look at meaning of life is canceled.
Let’s instead look at the meaning of
Streichen is related to the English word to strike, and by looks and sound, the resemblance is striking (*cue crickets). By meaning not so much though. There, it is much closer to the verb to stroke.
Because the core idea of streichen is to move something somewhat gently across a surface. And there’s a quite a bit that you can do with that idea.
and welcome to our German Word of the Day. This time, we’ll have a look at the meaning of
Because a Schwarm is quite common in spring, and it’s one of the best things about it.
Now you might be like “Oh, you mean like swarm of blood sucking mosquitoes. Yeah, that’s really great… on opposite day.”
But I’m actually not being sarcastic.
Yes, a Schwarm of mosquitoes at a lake in the evening sun can suck.
But that other Schwarm, your Schwarm, at a lake in the evening… that’s amazing. And it might also suck .. later…. anyways, let’s jump right in and find out…
and welcome to our German Word of the Day. And if you’re a Sissy you should leave right now. Because the word we’ll talk about this is incredibly scary. Behold…
Hmm… actually, it kind of looks sad. Hey, but do you know what looks sad AND scary?
Ohhhhhhhh, Emanuel is an unromantic millennial.
But no, first of, I am a Prellenial. We’re just as woke, but more diligent and sexier.
And then, I am super romantic. Just check out what I made for my shorty this morning, before she went for her morning dump (click here if you dare) .
Anyway, let’s jump right into the article. That’ll explain a lot. Maybe even this intro :)…
no article, just a couple of quick updates.
“Seriously, Emanuel?? You make a us click a link just for friggin’ updates?!?!
“Yeah, man! You could have just put these in the newsletter. We’re busy!!!!”
Yeah, you’re right. But then those of you who follow me through the WordPress.com subscription feature won’t see it (I think). And also, I wanted the video in a post here.