Surprise her with unique pick-up lines; suggest original dates.— UNUSUAL COMPLIMENTS: Don't tell her she has pretty eyes; she's heard that a million times.And if you’re not letting us know that you’re five minutes late – you’re going to have a really hard time in this country!We have to live up to our reputation of being precise and punctual because these words stand next to “German” in the dictionary! While not all Germans I’ve met do this, most of them do like having a plan for the day. ” because that would be too vague, and perhaps bordering on chaotic for a structured German day. Sure, it’s common to write down deadlines for school assignments, and work shifts, but I was surprised that everything from “call so and so” and “grocery shopping” were all written down.
Perhaps it’s from the image of Germans that Hollywood movies give, but I always find that people hardly ever give you a neutral response when you mention the word “Germany” or “Germans.” Example 1: Person: Hey, so I’m moving to Iceland. So instead, something like “Hey, let’s meet for coffee on Thursday at exactly 17.27” would be the correct German response.
We may only be able to drive at 18 and in some cases at 17, but all Germans have to go through rigorous training in manual cars to receive their driver’s license.
30-40 hours of driving alongside a teacher and 12 classroom lessons where we learn about tire pressure, displacement and what not.
They care more about your personality rather than material things. In Germany, not making eye contact while clinking glasses is considered to bring you seven years of bad sex.
That’s why all of us are determined to look you into your eyes when we toast and thus don’t have bad sex. Because beer and wine are legal to drink by the age of 16, and hard liquor at 18, Germans learn how to drink early and a lot.