German Humor: On the Fritz

December 7, 2019 - Comment

The follies and foibles of things German–from a legendary passion for order to an unfathomable love for Polka music–are gathered in a humorous compendium

The follies and foibles of things German–from a legendary passion for order to an unfathomable love for Polka music–are gathered in a humorous compendium

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Anonymous says:

Ach, it’s too funny! For those of you who grew up with a house Frau (or those of you who didn’t), this book promises to give a peek into the world of our German brethren. A real hoot for those in the know and anyone curious to know what makes the average Deutchlander tick (and sometimes why!).

Anonymous says:

Family-friendly and spot on! I’ve read this book multiple times (German Compulsive Disorder) and still love it every time. It’s witty, insightful, and non-offensive – no Nazi/WWII references or coarse language. I can easily peg my family members in the “Goddess of Group Cohesion” and other characters that pop up. Plus, I learned more about wursts than I ever wanted to know. (Not possible, I realize!) I only wish the publisher would bring out a new edition – I’ve already bought several used copies, some to give as…

Anonymous says:

I’m German not too funny I did not think the jokes were worth laughing at. Gave book to Goodwill.

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