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Less efficient now actually!
http://www.theautochannel.com/news/2...02/476117.html

Still the most efficient, seemingly :p:

If there's too much there to read, specifically:

...Polo BlueMotion, Golf BlueMotion and Passat BlueMotion. All three Volkswagens are the world’s most fuel-efficient models in their respective size classes;...
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My housemate's German and she's the horniest girl i've ever met.
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My boyfriend is German. Been together 20 months now, still going strong. I don't think you can really pigeonhole an entire culture. As in Britain, everyone is different.

I'm very happy and very much in love. Long distance is a bit of a pain, but it's only for the next year. What can I say, I love ze Germans :love:
Agree 100%, i'm also in a LDR with my boyfriend, who's German and the most caring person i've ever met. :love:

Everyone is different, plus, whoever said German people can't be sarcastic/understand sarcasm...they bloody can! :p:
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I think there are 2 kinds of germans.
the one is the quiet, earnest and quite friendly tourist then the other one is the crazy-in a good way, entertaining,funny/sarcactic ones.
both are hot you can't deny haha
Where do the Nazis fit into those two categories, out of interest?
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Germans as lovers? Well we're always on time. <Wink wink> <cough cough>

And clearly we are intelligent, hard-working, smart and above all humble.

Oh... and we love doing it so we can produce ze little German soldiers for ze Führer.
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Where do the Nazis fit into those two categories, out of interest?
L M A O.

I'd imagine the latter, depending on whether one finds mass genocides and world wars funny.

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(Original post by Rob L)
Germans as lovers? Well we're always on time. <Wink wink> <cough cough>

And clearly we are intelligent, hard-working, smart and above all humble.

Oh... and we love doing it so we can produce ze little German soldiers for ze Führer.
Off to the camps with you!
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Where do the Nazis fit into those two categories, out of interest?
hitler is some generations behind.
if it was like that then all american would have been like Bush.
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Germans as lovers? Well we're always on time. <Wink wink> <cough cough>

And clearly we are intelligent, hard-working, smart and above all humble.

Oh... and we love doing it so we can produce ze little German soldiers for ze Führer.
you are all that and above all humble,I lov the way you said that.what you said is very nice though.
I bet you are doing it right haha
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Thankyou :coma:
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Thankyou :coma:
Anytime. I do have to say though that he converted me...Germans were never on my list.
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(Original post by Lefty Leo)
http://www.theautochannel.com/news/2...02/476117.html

Still the most efficient, seemingly :p:

If there's too much there to read, specifically:



:p:
I meant Germans and companies in general actually!
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Pfft, I was only going off what my German friends told me. Guess they'd know.

What, they were ****ging off their own countrymen? How very patriotic.. :p:
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I think you will. I mean in Germany where I work, I work with Germans, a Dutch guy, some French people, an English lady and a Scottish guy. It's mad!
that's a variety!hehe
it must be very difficult but it's nice that you work with different cultures etc. ;p
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that's a variety!hehe
it must be very difficult but it's nice that you work with different cultures etc. ;p
Its actually pretty fun and I've not had any problems with anyone so far due to the nature of the place where I work.
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Its actually pretty fun and I've not had any problems with anyone so far due to the nature of the place where I work.
is the main language english then for the offices over there?as there are people who speak different languages..
i am thinking of doing my placement in germany aswell but all I know is a couple of phrases and even if I learn the basics it will be pretty hard to actually communicate in the work environment.:/
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is the main language english then for the offices over there?as there are people who speak different languages..
i am thinking of doing my placement in germany aswell but all I know is a couple of phrases and even if I learn the basics it will be pretty hard to actually communicate in the work environment.:/
No, we all speak German to each other, except the Scottish guy as he can't speak German. He's finding it very hard to communicate but I think if you put in the effort then you can learn a lot of the basics in 6 months.
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been there twice and both were bad experiences.

1st one was lovely, been together a little while and then when we finally went to bed she took her bra off and had hairy nipples. needless to say i still had to do it for queen and country the nipples meant i just lasted a little longer.
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Hahaha, my first kiss was with a German guy called Ken.. we were at this barbeque at someone's house and for some reason I thought I fancied him. We ended up sitting in her garage not really knowing what to say as his English wasn't great and neither was my German, and half an hour later I became really scared and declined any further contact with him. He then proceeded to spend the rest of his stay in England trying to win me back, with such quotes as 'here is a leaf, I could not find you a flower.'

I laugh about it now, but at the time.. agh!
:laugh: Please do continue with the rest of the quotes. :yep:
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Michael Ballack :love:
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Dear British forumers,

i can assure you that there is no "Brits as lovers" thread on the German studentroom equivalent. This means: Germans are the superior lovers. I think in our innermost we all knew this a long time ago. Clearly, all the mocking about us Germans being mechanical, bossy lovers who want their woman to call us "Hans" during orgasm are false.

Thank you for your attention.

Auf Wiedersehen,

Robert
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