Back in February of 2011, The Wife decided to join me for my German class at Portland Community College (PCC). We had a few hours to kill before class, so we stopped at a Hawaiian-themed karaoke bar on North Interstate called Alibi, where I ordered a big, steaming pile of macaroni salad. Immediately, I began complaining about the food and the fact that I didn’t feel like going to German class that night, which earned me the following rebuke:
THE WIFE: “Don’t be a dick in a tiki bar.”
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haha! “Yes, Dear.” Is ALWAYS the right response! ;)
Au weia :)
and ….did you go to the German class?
My husband hasn’t decided yet to take German classes. Instead he likes to use me as a walking dictionary and complains about German words that are as long as his arm. That always kills me …
Heck yeah I went! I am very determined to learn German. So far, my best experience has been with Mango Languages. I will write a post about it soon. Check it out!
Wow, I have not heard of Mango Languages before. I just ckecked out the demo version. Very cool Thank You.
I have not figured out if this program also comes with a workbook. If not, here is book you may like.
Nice! Thank you Anja!
I cannot even begin to tell you how much your wife ROCKS. But you probably already know. You know, since you married her and all.
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I will definitely pass that along! Thank you!
How are things with your blog going?
Going. Thanks for asking. My friends read it, my husband doesn’t. He’s in the dog house. Again. Will he *ever* learn? Ha ha!
Well, now I’m reading it. :) I also just followed you on Twitter (@mywifeisgerman) so let’s help each other out!
Sounds like a plan!