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    Is Stroller alone here?

    Ist Stoller der einzige Deutsche auf der Teakholz-Tür?

    Ich habe mich häufig das gefragt, weil es sonderbar scheint, dass, während Thailand mit Deutschen voll ist, und dass Deutsche ein großes Verhältnis der farang Gemeinschaft sind, Herr Stoller scheint die nur eine Gegenwart in der cyber Welt der Ex-Klapsneckerei zu sein.
    Ist das so?
    "I'm an outsider by choice, but not truly. It's the unpleasantness of the system that keeps me out. I'd rather be in, in a good system. That's where my discontent comes from: being forced to choose to stay outside.
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    Fabian is one as well i believe

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    I think Herman the German could also be German, wallahi and foreachingme are nearly German

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    Deutchland, Deutchland uber alles......

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    たのむよ。
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    Keiner des obengenannten wird bestätigt.

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    Is Stoller the only German on the Teakholz door? I asked myself frequently that, because it seems strange that, while Thailand with Germans is full, and that Germans are a large relationship farang of the community, to be Mr. Stoller seems only the present in the cyber world of the ex-Klapsneckerei. Is like that?
    Not sure...

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    Are we being invaded??

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    fuck i have trouble enough with English

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    I thought foreign languages were banned here

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsquirrel
    I thought foreign languages were banned here
    Why is that? You seem to use one now and then....

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    ^ I was going to say good one, then i thought better of it. perhaps I shouldn't post anything on this thread... oops i guess i just did.

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    Maybe some nearly German expats, like me, resident in Germany and fluent in the language.

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    but do you ask bargirls to take a crap on your chest?

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    I think Fabian and Robin, and someone yet unnamed, speak fluent German.
    Herman lives in Germany as well.

    I don't know many Germans in Thailand, but the only one who I invited to TD, doesn't believe me that it isn't the same old farts with their 20 year younger girls as on TV (his words).

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    I think Herman the German could also be German, wallahi and foreachingme are nearly German
    Hehe, in fact my grandmother on my father side was german from Schwarzwald but married a swiss german. On my mother side my ancestors came from Italy centuries ago crossing the Alps from the Aosta valley.

    Switzerland is such a small country and its history is done from alliances and unions with other small regions (became "cantons") since 1291, so nearly every swiss is from foreign or mixed origine.

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    ^^I aint old and unfortuneately she aint young.

    Quote Originally Posted by mrsquirrel
    I thought foreign languages were banned here
    Yep normally the thread should have been trashed.

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    err, vorsprunk durcht teknic

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    My great-grandmother was German...

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    Our bleedin' Royal family is German. Don't be fooled by that Windsor surname, they changed it during WW I to distance themselves from their war-mongering rellies. Their real surname is Saxe Coburg Gotha.

    But I s'pose you could say the English are really Germans with a touch of Scandanavian thrown in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Burr
    Our bleedin' Royal family is German.
    And Greek, Hungarian, Dutch and a whole host of others.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sir Burr View Post
    Our bleedin' Royal family is German. Don't be fooled by that Windsor surname, they changed it during WW I to distance themselves from their war-mongering rellies. Their real surname is Saxe Coburg Gotha.

    But I s'pose you could say the English are really Germans with a touch of Scandanavian thrown in.
    Add a few drops of Celt, Roman and French while we're at it.

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    Puts an odd perspective on the "foreigners-out" slogans, eh?

    At least they are 'White', that must be a relief.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stroller
    Puts an odd perspective on the "foreigners-out" slogans, eh?
    Not really. Britain has always been a country of different peoples going back a few thousand years. Romans, angles, Jutes, Saxons, Danes, Germans, Normans, Irish, Pakis, Eastrn Euros etc....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spin View Post
    err, vorsprunk durcht teknic
    This is driving me around the Benz!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by stroller
    Puts an odd perspective on the "foreigners-out" slogans, eh?
    Not really. Britain has always been a country of different peoples going back a few thousand years. Romans, angles, Jutes, Saxons, Danes, Germans, Normans, Irish, Pakis, Eastrn Euros etc....
    I'm as white as white can be but my grandfathers surname originates from some rivers and towns in Baluchistan, NWFP and Iran... Strange but true...
    They champion falsehood, support the butcher against the victim, the oppressor against the innocent child. May God mete them the punishment they deserve

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