German snacks are quite the mouthful.

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+7 1. I-Need-Money commented 6 years ago

For a crazy but great taste try it out in a Pretzel Roll or in German Laugenbrötchen ;)
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+14 2. kirkelicious commented 6 years ago

(i) In German colloquial language these are referred to as "Negerkuss" which translates to "nigger kiss". :S
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+6 3. thundersnow commented 6 years ago

Schokokuss, in politically correct language ;) those, memories...yeah, what are they called if they are squished between a roll? Never tried them on a pretzel roll....yum!
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+4 4. huldu commented 6 years ago

I don't even know where to begin with this one so I'm just going to forget ever seeing it.
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+4 5. thundersnow commented 6 years ago

They are so delicious...if you ever go to Germany, you should try them..
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+8 6. Thanny commented 6 years ago

The word "dick" in German means "thick", so it's not as bad as it seems. Though that means the treat is named "thickman", which kind of makes it worse.
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+2 7. 98oktan commented 6 years ago

#3: We used to call that a Negerkussbrötchen, in those carefree times...

#2: Wow, the English version really sounds so much more offensive to my ears :( - I never really thought about it. We didn't mean it that way, I swear!
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+1 8. thundersnow commented 6 years ago

#7 That's what I thought too, just wasn't was innocent then, and I know well it wasn't meant that way, and now you have to watch every word that comes out of your mouth so you don't offend someone..ridiculous...either way, they are delicious! Danke! ;)