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RE: Die Ahnungslosen und das Ende vom Fußball | 11.07.2010 | 18:34

Mehr zum Thema, auch für Misogyne zum Abschluss.

Die Gorillas bedanken sich für die Aufmerksamkeit.

RE: Freitag-Blogger in der FAZ | 14.06.2010 | 22:12

Wir entziehen den beiden Damen jetzt erst mal die Witzlizenz. Die können se sich nächste Woche wieder abholen.

RE: Neues aus dem Serverraum III - Perlen | 02.06.2010 | 19:34

Hatten wir nicht abgesprochen Perlen von MisterL nicht zu veröffentlichen...

Auf nix kann man sich verlassen!

RE: Mein Logbuch - Zweierlei Maß | 06.05.2010 | 23:11

Perlenvor dieSäue.

Allein der Versuch einen Ratgeber, eine dialektische Erörterung zu diesem Thema zu verperlen wird wegen Anstiftung zur Humor-Standardisierung spaßrechtlich geahndet.

RE: Kommunikation hat viele Seiten | 02.05.2010 | 11:44

Zur Erinnerung:

In diesem Thread geht es um Rote Ampeln, nicht um rotes Hampeln.

RE: Schöne Salonwelt - oder Warum 'Cicero' nicht links sein will | 30.04.2010 | 12:26

Lieber MA, wir wollten bloß unserer Zuneigung angemessen Ausdruck verleihen, indem wir Ihnen zeigen, wie man richtig links ist und nicht irgendwie. Sie haben die Macht. Wir aber haben die Nacht.

RE: Schöne Salonwelt - oder Warum 'Cicero' nicht links sein will | 30.04.2010 | 02:52

Dear Herr Angele,

Excuse our butting in in such a pig-headed manner, but since you seem to be so fond of the English language that you choose to drop English words in your texts seemingly at random, we deemed it not altogether out of the way to address you in that very idiom.

Much though we hate to spoil your day, we cannot resist the temptation. So
here goes:

It may well be the case that some people like to impress their audience by spicing up their articles with English expressions, like you have done here with GODDAMNED.
This expression, though, is rather inadequate, or, not to put too fine a point on it, it is simply wrong.

You may indeed come across the expression goddamned, which is a past participle and can as such be applied in an attributive way, like for instance: "Turn that goddamned sound-system down." Alternatively, the forms goddamn or goddam could be used in this context.

You obviously have a phrase in mind that you have overheard somewhere or other, the correct use of which seems to have quite escaped your listening comprehension abilities of spoken English. What you may have wanted to go for could be Goddammit! - which, incidentally, is an American expression.
In British, and therefore proper, English, this would read dammit.

As it can be assumed with some probability that you are trying to express annoyance through a swearword, you would in any case be much better advised to use an exclamation like for God's sake , for Christ's sake, for heaven's sake or for goodness' sake. There are a also the other classics good Lord or God Almighty, and there is the good old bloody hell which would serve the purpose perfectly. In addition, these expressions would have the advantage of being good English and no would-be German American hybrids.

No hard feelings, Herr Angele, but we are honestly absolutely fed up with Tom, Dick and Jerry (pun intended!) attempting to impress their readers or listeners with their English skills, when they know damn all about that language (not that most readers or listeners would notice).

So, the next time when you feel inclined to spice up your texts with English expressions where a plain German word could be used without risking an embarrassing mistake, do us a favour and think again. Please do not spoil your text with bad English; and we do implore you on our knees not to spoil the English language with wrong pretences.

Sincerely,

Spaßguerilla

RE: Linke fällt um! | 24.04.2010 | 20:15

Dieser Beitrag erhält das Prädikat:

Ziemlich flach!

RE: Für Rainer Kühn | 24.04.2010 | 02:31




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