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Nimran

I'll be devoting much of my free time to writing up a storied playthrough of Icewind Dale. The characters have been created, and their biographies have been written out. And now I must sleep. Feel free to check it out in the challenges/playthroughs section if you want.

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  • RelSundan
    • Nimran
      Nimran
      *Boromir meme* One does not simply steal a cookie.
  • I'll be devoting much of my free time to writing up a storied playthrough of Icewind Dale. The characters have been created, and their biographies have been written out. And now I must sleep.

    Feel free to check it out in the challenges/playthroughs section if you want.
    May 4
  • Shandyr
    Did you know that in German when you want to say "to get on someone's nerves"- besides the literal translation which exists in German too - you can also say "jemandem auf den Keks gehen" which literally means "to get/go/walk on someone's cookie".

    You would say "Don't get on my cookie!"
    April 11
    • Nimran
      Nimran
      I need to remember this.

      *updates journal*
    • RelSundan
      RelSundan
      Fat in german is Dick(e)
    • Buttercheese
      Buttercheese
      Nooot exactly.
      Adjective: 'Fat' ('He is fat.') = 'fett' ('Er ist fett.')
      Adjective: 'Chubby' ('He is chubby.') = 'dick' ('Er ist dick.')
      Noun: 'Fat' ('It consists mostly of fat.') = 'Fett' ('Es besteht hauptsächlich aus Fett.')
      Noun: 'Fat guy'/ 'Chubby guy' ('Over there stands the fat guy.') = 'der Dicke' ('Da vorne steht der Dicke.)
      'Dick' as a noun doesn't exist in German.
    • RelSundan
      RelSundan
      When someone is a little fat, I meant. Can't 100% german.