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    (Original post by soulofanewmachine)
    To be fair, it was mostly only said light-heartedly ... they didn't really think I was a Nazi :rolleyes: I hope.
    but - don't get me wrong - I have read that this is a common problem in the UK, considering everything german as nazi - please tell me I am wrong
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    (Original post by Pinguin)
    though that is an ordinary german public opinion...but I agree
    And an increasingly British one.
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    (Original post by Pinguin)
    but - don't get me wrong - I have read that this is a common problem in the UK, considering everything german as nazi - please tell me I am wrong
    Ummm, some very old people who were around in the war seem to have opinions that are difficult to judge, but the vast majority of British people no longer think that.
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    (Original post by the victory james)
    And an increasingly British one.
    I am glad to hear that
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    (Original post by The Centipe)
    Ummm, some very old people who were around in the war seem to have opinions that are difficult to judge, but the vast majority of British people no longer think that.
    ok, I hope so, thx, mate!
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    (Original post by The Centipe)
    Ummm, some very old people who were around in the war seem to have opinions that are difficult to judge, but the vast majority of British people no longer think that.
    Erm I'm not so sure.

    Ask your average person on the street to think of the first thing that comes into their head when you say Germany.

    What would it be?
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    Good point. I'd say Rammstein but I'm sure a lot of people would mention the war. And I've noticed that whenever a German is around people will try and keep away from the subject (they'll even avoid talking about the war going on right now). I don't know if that's normal British behaviour but I've seen it happen many times.
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    (Original post by n u c l e a r b u d d h a)
    Good point. I'd say Rammstein but I'm sure a lot of people would mention the war. And I've noticed that whenever a German is around people will try and keep away from the subject (they'll even avoid talking about the war going on right now). I don't know if that's normal British behaviour but I've seen it happen many times.
    hm but does it necessarily mean germans are hated in britain? whenever I visited the UK (london, manchester, lancaster, oxford) ppl were very kind...

    P.S. And don't forget: "Don't mention the war"
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    Faulty Towers, anyone?
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    (Original post by The Centipe)
    Faulty Towers, anyone?
    exactly, dude "BASIL?!!"
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    (Original post by Pinguin)
    hm but does it necessarily mean germans are hated in britain? whenever I visited the UK (london, manchester, lancaster, oxford) ppl were very kind...
    Nah, I don't think it means that they're hated. I'm sure there are still people out there who are worried that all/most Germans are Nazis, though. Which is ridiculous.

    P.S. And don't forget: "Don't mention the war"
    Hehehe.
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    it's not rammstein related but do you think I should visit Berlin for the Love Parade in July?
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    where are all the Rammstein ppl...?! :confused:
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    I'm here. This thread has slowed down a bit, hasn't it? It'd be so much easier to keep this going if Rammstein could be bothered to do something right now. :p:
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    :ninja: Yes... we should all e-sing Rammstein songs round an e-campfire. That'd be cool.
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    (Original post by The Centipe)
    :ninja: Yes... we should all e-sing Rammstein songs round an e-campfire. That'd be cool.
    a VERY good idea :rolleyes:
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    *e-strums an e-guitar*

    In cyberspace, I can play guitar! Oh yes
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    *does an e-bungee jump*

    Wow that was good :cool:
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    (Original post by The Centipe)
    :ninja: Yes... we should all e-sing Rammstein songs round an e-campfire. That'd be cool.
    Unfortunately my knowledge of German is limited to 'Ich verstehe nicht'
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    You can hum Keren :p:
 
 
 
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