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    My German Father in Law

    My German Father-in-Law, RIP, used to make sausage out of sea birds...then...

    He took a tern for the wurst.
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    Re: My German Father in Law

    oh, lordhavemercy.

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    Kid walking down the beach throwing rocks at all the sea birds. The he went to the marina and painted the backs of all the boats.

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    Re: My German Father in Law

    this is the wurst.

    in fact when it comes to bad jokes this may be the wiener.
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    Re: My German Father in Law

    Quote Originally Posted by JPSmit View Post
    this is the wurst.

    in fact when it comes to bad jokes this may be the wiener.
    You don't have to get in a schnitzel about it.
    “The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the grandest intention.” - Oscar Wilde

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    Quote Originally Posted by Basil View Post
    You don't have to get in a schnitzel about it.
    To be Frank I do before you go any Furter
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    So lets segue this back to cars. I am sure others have seen this

    https://www.hagerty.com/articles-vid...wsletter_NewDD

    BTW I have actually sat in the Wienermobile - years ago - broken down at the side of the road in Prince Edward Island. In those days it was built on a Chevy mini van
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    Re: My German Father in Law

    I got a wiener whistle from the Wienermobile when it stopped in Stillwater about twenty years ago.
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    Quote Originally Posted by waltesefalcon View Post
    I got a wiener whistle from the Wienermobile when it stopped in Stillwater about twenty years ago.
    I have a wiener whistle somewhere
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    Re: My German Father in Law

    875B7EA4-EE45-4847-B45C-8A025F4C0C03.jpeg

    (Note, i am German (and an engineer to boot) and i hope it’s ok to make fun of myself... no offense intended.)
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    Re: My German Father in Law

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    As a former Wisconsin badger ... I think that cartoon is hysterical!

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    (Note the brat-shaped package!)
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    Re: My German Father in Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Popeye View Post
    875B7EA4-EE45-4847-B45C-8A025F4C0C03.jpeg

    (Note, i am German (and an engineer to boot) and i hope it’s ok to make fun of myself... no offense intended.)
    Perfectly understandable! Particularly because I'm afflicted with "engineering OCD"!
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    Re: My German Father in Law

    Quote Originally Posted by Popeye View Post
    875B7EA4-EE45-4847-B45C-8A025F4C0C03.jpeg

    (Note, i am German (and an engineer to boot) and i hope it’s ok to make fun of myself... no offense intended.)
    It's the end of the world!

    On a watch forum I am a member on we had a new guy telling us how much better it is to send your watches back to Bienne than have any American work on them because American watchmakers aren't as good and Americans don't have the understanding of watches that the Swiss do.
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