Wasn't schwarzkopf making soap out of jew fat at one stage?<quoted text>
I just know one movie with bad quality and acting about a serial killer. I really wasted my time with that. Mever again
First is Germany (still), followed by the US (the connection between Germany and the US was made after 2nd world war, to be a economical superpower - thats why the US helped Germany immediately after the war), China (which is a still a bigger country with poor people without democracy), Japan (a country with high technology) followed by France and a small country - The Netherlands. The Netherlands export more than GB.
World famous you say? That makes it very hard. Elton John can be considered as world famous (sung with Eminem which made him more popular), but the rest...
Ah, thats why the US copies German soap ideas?
According to your logic, it fits. Otherwise you never can be a British citizen. You admit with that, that you are not British. Got ya!
The rest of writing are just repititions of the same lies, on and on 'till the break of dawn and further. That is pathetic.
“Gott mit uns!”
Since: Nov 12
#273 Jan 30, 2013
“Gott mit uns!”
Since: Nov 12
#274 Jan 30, 2013
Oh no they didn't :/
#275 Jan 30, 2013
please do us all a favour and shut the fuck up.you go on about the power of the British,Britain on its own has never been a power house.its empire was,the colonial/commonwealth efforts were huge during both wars.Australia and New zealand gave more per person than anyone else,not to mention the canadians,and anyone else that flew the flag to kill nazis.(not germans as a people).
Get yourself a hobby and stop pumping anti german shit while you hide behind my countries flag.
you are starting to poison this forum with your dumb state of mind.
Yes i like the germans,some of my family are germans and my four visits a year are nothing but friendly.Fuck off and do something constructive with your time.
#276 Jan 30, 2013
I've never laughed so much in my life, britain is the most multicultural cosmopolitan country in Europe, it is Germany that hates foreigners, you are famous for it, while Britain is famoys for being tolerant and welcoming foreigners, only in Germany could the holocaust happen, and even today, Turks are treated like shit in Germany, immigrants are all welcome in Britain, I was fron the very beginning, it is germany than is kniwn for racism
#277 Jan 30, 2013
Lord of the rings
Two weddings and a funeral
28 days later
The kings speech
Sense and sensability
The full monty
Charlie and tge chocolate factory
Lock, stock and two smoking barrels
Shakespeare in love
Bend it like beckham
East is east
Lion witch and the wardrobe
About a boy
The importance of being earnist
Again of the dead
The constant gardener
The hitchikers guide to the galaxy
Pride and prejudice
V for vendetta
The boy in striped pygamas
How to lose friends and alienate people
Son of rambow
And many many more, so many oscars too
Some british movie directors
#278 Jan 30, 2013
British television shows
Weakest link (sold to America)
Who wants to be a millionaire (sold to USA)
Deal or no deal (sold to usa)
The office (sold to USA)
Shameless (sold to usa)
Top gear (sold to usa)
A for andromeda
Big brother (sold to America)
Bob the builder
X factor (sold to America)
Britains got talent (sold to usa)
Pop idol (sold to USA)
Candid camera (sold to usa)
Dancing with the stars (sold to usa)
Coupling (sold to usa)
Family fortunes (sold to usa)
Wallace and gromit
Thomas and the tank engine
The league of gentleman
Morecome and wise
The new avengers
Only fools and horses
The price is right (sold to usa)
Queer as folk (sold to usa)
Scrapheap challenge (sold to usa)
A Christmas carol
Teachers (sold to usa)
Wife swap (sold to usa)
Undercover boss (sold to usa)
The world at war
And many many more
#279 Jan 30, 2013
Famous British bands
The rolling stones
Soul to soul
The stone roses
The kaiser chiefs
Manic street preachers
The human league
Pet shop boys
#280 Jan 30, 2013
You are German scum, not British, and the empire was built by Britain, that's why its called the BRITTISH empire, no other country has ever ruled the world like Britain did, its because Britain always wins, Germany always loses, no matter how much you don't like to acknowledge that, you can't deny the truth, and the pattern, its clear for all to see
#281 Jan 30, 2013
In the list of top cultural exporters, Germany isn't even in the top twenty, first place is britain and second place usa, Germany are way down in 37th place LOL
#282 Jan 30, 2013
Badly drawn boy
And many many more
#285 Jan 31, 2013
Famous British Moron:
#286 Jan 31, 2013
James bond - just seen a few minutes and got seriously bored
Harry potter - never seen.
Lord of the rings - never seen, the book was very boring for me
Notting hill - never seen.
Slumdog millionaire - never seen.
Two weddings and a funeral - never seen.
28 days later - never seen.
Shallow grave - never seen.
The kings speech - never seen.
Mr bean - never seen. Might be under the most disgusting movies.
Sense and sensability - never seen.
Hamlet - never seen.
Bridget Jones - ok, seen but bad acting. I only saw that because of a girlfriend.
The full monty - never seen.
Trainspotting - never seen.
Charlie and tge chocolate factory - seen, but bad.
Lock, stock and two smoking barrels - never seen.
Elizabeth - never seen.
Shakespeare in love - never seen.
Sliding doors - never seen.
Bend it like beckham - never seen.
East is east - never seen.
Billy Elliot - never seen, who is that mofo?
Lion witch and the wardrobe - never seen.
Human traffic - never seen.
Chicken run - never seen.
Snatch - never seen.
About a boy - never seen.
Sexy beast - never seen.
Layer cake - never seen.
The importance of being earnist - never seen.
Dog soldiers - never seen.
Calender girls - never seen.
Johnny English - never seen. Sounds like some Bean-movie-shit.
Love actually - never seen.
Sliding doors - never seen.
Again of the dead - never seen.
Borat - never seen.
Finding neverland - never seen.
Vera Drake - never seen.
The constant gardener - never seen.
The decent - never seen.
The hitchikers guide to the galaxy - seen, but bad acting and not funny at all.
Pride and prejudice - never seen.
Kidulthood - seen. Kind of some bad copy of the American movie "Kids". The usage of the language is so worse, that even not American and Austrialian nor Canadian people will have a lot of problems with the language use. If somebody doubts that, start watching it.
The queen - never seen.
Clockwork Orange - never seen.
United 93 - never seen.
V for vendetta - okay seen and very good, but a cooperation of the US, Germany and GB (international movie). Fun fact: The speeches used in the movie from the chancellor are slightly changed speeches of Adolf Hitler. The movie makes clear that idiots like you would vote for Hitler and what such vote means for the people of the country. You should watch it, you can learn something.
Attonement - never seen.
Hot fuzz - never seen.
Stardust - never seen.
Sunshine - never seen.
The boy in striped pygamas - never seen (with this title I don't like to see it)
How to lose friends and alienate people - never seen.
Son of rambow - never seen.
Nowhere boy - never seen.
Jane eyre - never seen.
Danny boyle - don't know him
Ricky gervais - don't know him
Alfred Hitchcock - know him, but the movies are...well, not the best and not the worst movies, to be honest.
Stanley kubric - He is clearly an American and made some of the best movies.
Ken loach - don't know him
Steve mcqueen - don't know him
Guy ritchie - know him just by the name, don't know what this mofo did, except having a marriage with Madonna
Oliver stone - don't know him
Ridley scott - don't know him
Michael winner - don't know him
Edgar wright - don't know him
#288 Jan 31, 2013
I correct myself:
I don't know any good British movie. With British movie I mean: Made in GB, without the help of other countries.
#289 Jan 31, 2013
Of course it helps that German is the widest spoken first language in Europe..
#290 Jan 31, 2013
Electronic music and techno
Germany has the largest electronic music scene in the world. The band Kraftwerk was one of the first bands in the world to make music entirely on electronic equipment, and the band Tangerine Dream is often credited as being among the originators and primary influences of the "Berlin School" of electronic music, which would later influence trance music. Some other bands like Liaisons Dangereuses, Tyske Ludder, Deutsch-Amerikanische Freundschaft and Die Krupps created a style later called Electronic body music. Also well-known are Scooter. Recently a few electronica artists have become successful in the mainstream, such as Monika Kruse, Marusha, Blümchen and MIA. Artists on the cutting edge of German-language techno include Klee. Both Einstürzende Neubauten (collapsing new buildings, translated literally) and KMFDM (no majority for the pity, translated literally) are considered by many industrial and electronic music fans as the godfathers of their genre. Their sounds developed the modern styles of groups such as NIN, Marilyn Manson, Rammstein, and New Order. Einstürzende Neubauten can be recognized by their Prince-esque logo, which has been subliminally fused into several mainstream American movies (such as a tattoo in the movie Bug, directed by William Friedkin, starring Harry Connick Jr.) Their sound resembles primitive banging of pots and pans and screaming rants in German about the Russian "famine." KMFDM has released many songs in English, making them more accessible to their huge American and world wide audience. Since 2006 producer and DJ Paul Kalkbrenner gained popularity in Germany. He nowadays is one of the most famous performers of electronic music.
Trance music is a style of electronic music that originated in Germany in the very late 1980s and early 1990s, upon German unification. Following the development of trance music in Germany, many Trance genres stemmed from the original trance music and most trance genres developed in Germany, most notably "Anthem trance" or also called "uplifting" or "epic" trance, progressive trance, and "Ambient trance".
Tried to mention others, but its impossible when You have only 4000 Charakters..
Although we dont like You straa, we like even Britons sometimes..
“Gott mit uns!”
Since: Nov 12
#291 Jan 31, 2013
mee, learning another language smashes down barriers and what once seemed alien and foreign is now just as normal as what is native or so was my experience.
Germany has some awesome movies too and you don't get terrible actors trying to play a German person who just sounds like an idiot :D
And to those who still continue to talk BS about German people THEY'RE JUST LIKE EVERYONE ELSE so shut...the fuck up.
#292 Jan 31, 2013
Germany has the largest hip-hop-scene outside the United States..(using German language)
Choirs and orchestras with more than 800 yrs of tradition..
WAY more theatres and Operas than France and Briton combined, the only civil organisation that equals the german theatre-lobby in influence seems to be the NRA in the US (but they are not engaged in theatre)
Please stop to post in this forum..
#293 Jan 31, 2013
I watched the kings speech on airplane from Kuala-Lumpur to Melbourne.. it was ok and in my opinion skillfully produced.
But i like some of the Bonds too, You cannot watch films like Aguirre or head on every day in the week..
I like Adele but Tim Bendzko too, or Faun..
To be honest, their contributions to popular arts remind us of the fact, that Britons are not that bad;-)
#294 Jan 31, 2013
More than that. Different languages make it easier to "grasp" the culture, too.
I know what you mean. Seriously, American movies with a bad sounding "Danke schön" for someone who plays a German. And maybe with the name Dutch? Nothing about the original.
Now straa, your turn. Disagree to everything :P
#295 Jan 31, 2013
no its not
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