Write a guest article for our blog!
Are you an expat in Germany? Do you have any funny stories about visiting Germany? Do you have a funny German friend or family member? How about some funny insights on German culture? Email them to me and — if they’re good — I might feature them on this page with a link back to your blog!
Please pay special attention to the following two points:
- Don’t email me before you’ve written your guest article. I don’t have time to discuss your submission, so just write that mother down and show it to me. If you’ve already written an article about Germany, like for your own blog or as a sponsored guest post for a client or something, just email me the link and I’ll check it out.
- I do not accept paid guest articles or paid blog posts. If you’ve got a great guest article about Germany already written, just email it to me and I’ll check it out. No payment necessary, as your article should already be relevant enough to my readers to be featured for free.
You can submit guest articles to me on the contact page.
10 German Movies Your Must See, by myGermanExpert.com
Weird (and Wonderful) German Foods, by The Expat Hub
10 Weird German Culture Differences British People Won’t Understand, by James
German Wedding Traditions, by Katie Jones
What the U.S. Could Learn from Germany’s Higher Education System, by Kenny Martinez
The German Shower, by Heidi Hefeweizen
What the fuck, America? by Andreas
A German’s First Time in Britain, by Dan Walker
Embracing the Metric System, by Sara
Fat, Fifty and Filthy: A German Beer Tour, by Fred Talbot
The Awful German Language, by Mark Twain
Can I find a can of clam chowder here OMG!!!!!! last thought, but have to return…
Hmm, I must share? Ok Fiance comes to the states to visit, take her to Applebees for dinner, next day she says lets go back to that place same as yesterday “Applepie” I just replied right on! lol…
Haw haw haw! I love it. Isn’t Denglish just the best, most endearing thing ever?
On one of our first dates, I was attempting to read the menu at what soon became our favorite restaurant in her small town. I was looking at the salads on the menu and asked her what “Eier” means. She thought about it for a moment then said “Chicken babies.”
BAW HAW HAW HAW HAW HAW!
I love it! Rich, you gotta start a Denglish blog. That is so good.
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