World’s Most Complicated Railstation

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    Kyro

    It’s Frankfurt, Germany !

    dookie_booty

    they all look like tapeworms.

    ack

    Deutche Bahn!

    ack

    Entschuldigen – Deutsche Bahn.

    Ich kann nicht Rechtschreiben.

    Hepathos

    ack, stop writing jibberish.

    MikeBabaguh

    German is not gibberish. It is the divine language, spoken before time was time.

    If you are speaking English, all you’re really doing is speaking a variant of German.

    rattybad

    Not so much a variant as a descendant of German. Old English, which is part West Germanic and part Norse, sounds 80% like modern English (though spoken by a person with a speech impediment) and 20% kinda-German. If’ it’s a variant, there’s a lot of variation. For example, “gelu” is pronounced “yelu” and just means yellow. The German equivalent is Gelb, which looks similar but sounds like it’s written, which isn’t close to “yelu.”

    Queensly

    Though you may say English is a descendant of German, I would like to say…..HOLY FUCK CHOO CHOOS!

    ack


    Damn, cut me some slack man! And technically that was Jibberisch or maybe Djibberisch…

    I was forced to read and understand Hamlet in old English. That actually has helped me understand German grammar. Old English was very similar to old Saxon German.

    Anyways… the train yard reminds me of Frankfurt airport. It’s a sprawling monster as well.