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  • Shandyr
    Die Toren sprechen in ihren Herzen: "Es ist kein Gott, es ist kein Gott."
    Die Toren sprechen in ihren Herzen: "Es ist kein Gott, kein Gott."

    "Es ist kein Gott, kein Gott."
    "Es ist kein Gott."
    September 16
    • Skatan
      Skatan
      Hmm.. let me try this using old school german from 20+ years ago without cheating with google translate.

      The XXX speaks in your heart; "There is no Good, there is no Good." Now the question is what does Toren mean? Gods maybe? Die and the suffix -en indicate plural, if I recall correctly, so it could perhaps be "The Gods".. ? Am I close?
    • Shandyr
      Shandyr
      This is actually taken from the Bible. But it's not the Bible I know it from but rather Heroes of Might and Magic 2.

      It's in one of the theme songs for the Sorceress Town:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9Z_avCG9tPs

      Ps: No, you are not close (except for recognizing the plural form) :P
      Why would "Toren" mean "gods" if there already is a word for god, namely "Gott"? ;)
    • Shandyr
      Shandyr
      Oh wait, you thought "Gott" meant "good", I see. I misread. Well now you know that "Gott" means god.
    • Rik_Kirtaniya
      Rik_Kirtaniya
      The fools speak in their hearts: "There is no god, there is no god."
      The fools speak in their hearts: "There is no god, no god."

      "There is no god, no god."
      "There is no god."

      (Note: Google Translate gave the wrong translation... XD )
    • Rik_Kirtaniya
      Rik_Kirtaniya
      By the way,

      In unseren Foren gibt es einen Gott.
    • Shandyr
      Shandyr
      And now consider whose activity page I posted this on... Oh boy am I in for some trouble...
    • Rik_Kirtaniya
      Rik_Kirtaniya
      Du wirst dem Zorn Gottes gegenüberstehen!

      (Did I say it right? XD )
    • Shandyr
      Shandyr
      Yep, looking forward to it.
    • Rik_Kirtaniya
      Rik_Kirtaniya
      I hardly can pronounce that last word. It's just twisting my tongue. :P

      I can find a strange correlation... do many German words end in "en"?
    • Shandyr
      Shandyr
      Try to pronounce the German word for "squirrel".

      "gegenüberstehen" is a verb in infinitive form. Many German verbs end with "en" in the infinitive form, but not all of them.
    • Rik_Kirtaniya
      Rik_Kirtaniya
      Eichhörnchen?

      Aik-horn-shen?