#2
"Whalepudding is the best", if I remember correctly. It was a while since I did German.
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#3
complain, dont fight... or something.

been five years since i had german.
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#4
Or: don't complain, fight?
It makes more sense. I don't know german, dutch is just a bit similar.
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#6
i think it depends if you put a comma in there... klagt nicht, kampf. or klagt, nicht kampf.
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sloth is hacking away feebly at the grass because he is a sloth but he was trying so hard ;_; hes all "penguin im HERE i am here to help you penguin"
#9
Suck my dick, if I can still remember german class.
The will be heartache,
there will be rain,
and joy I can't explain.
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I hope you still remember german class then...



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#12
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i think it depends if you put a comma in there... klagt nicht, kampf. or klagt, nicht kampf.
Your second proposition is wrong: The negation is never placed before the verb in the imperative form. So the translation is: "Don't complain, fight!"
+1 to the first one who got it right.
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Wasn't there a thread about this like yesterday?
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#13
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Klagt nicht kampft in english?

It should be "Klagt nicht, kämpft"...and means don't complain, fight!
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#14
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Your second proposition is wrong: The negation is never placed before the verb in the imperative form. So the translation is: "Don't complain, fight!"
+1 to the first one who got it right.



wow that was grammer nazi in a thread about german words........
it's almost like a win