1. A slang term for glasses.
2. AUSTRIA. (Or Prussia's nickname for him, anyway, as a term making fun of his glasses. Which he doesn't actually need, but that's another story...)
Aw dammit, my specs broke and now I can't see. :(
Prussia: Hey Specs! I'm invading your vital regions again! Do you mind?
Austria: Yes, I DO mind.
Prussia: Kesesese~ TOO BAD!!
Austria: *face palm*
Rammstein was formed in 1993 by an assembly of factory-weary proletarians raised in East Germany. They took their name (adding an "m") from the location of a German tragedy where 80 people were hurt and killed as the result of a crash during an American Air Force flight show. The literal translation of "ram stein" is a battering ram made of stone.more...
Word of Rammstein's horror romanticist blend of theatre and music spread like wildfire. One-time Olympic swimmer Till Lindemann would sing entire songs engulfed in flame from head to toe. The band's first album, Herzeleid (or Heartache), built on the grounds created by the band's live reputation. Scaling the German charts (and remaining there until the release of the second Rammstein LP some two years later), the album also introduced the band to the world outside of the Germany/Switzerland/Austria region. As Rammstein's second album, Sehnsucht (Longing), was released, the band was headlining throughout Europe to crowds of 10,000 to 30,000 people. Sehnsucht entered the German charts at number one immediately upon its release, and came very close to doing to the same in Austria and Switzerland. Within weeks, entries on other countries' charts had Sehnsucht rubbing elbows with Prodigy, Radiohead, and the Rolling Stones on Billboard's cumulative Eurochart. From there the fever spread, transcending any perceived language barrier. Somehow, the German language is integral to the Rammstein sound.
The country Hitler wasn't born in.
Guy 1: Hey, do you know where Hitler was born?
Guy 2: Not Germany.
Guy 1: k.
An old German term, which stands for American music.
Origin: During WWII, American soldiers brought their music to Europe where it was only enjoyed by open-minded folks, while the real Nazis called it Negerjazz.
Neger = offensive German word for an Afro-Whatever person.
Jazz = Jazz
The word Negerjazz can still be heard in various areas of Germany and Austria. Although it is mainly used by 'old' people (who used it already in the "good old days"), also younger generations say Negerjazz to describe Hip-Hop and related music genres.
Grandson: "I wanna have the new 50 Cent album for Christmas!"
Grandpa: "Who is 50 Cent? Is it Negerjazz?"
Grandson: "It is cool Hip-Hop from the U.S.!"
Grandson: "Uhm, yes, maybe."
Grandpa: "Forget it! I'll buy you some real music - German tuba music!"
Born out of necessity, a true follower of the worlds oldest and most complete system of martial arts. They are put through some of the most grueling and demanding training at the Buddhist Songshan temple in China, Austria, or New York, where ever they happen to be, which in the end has produced some of the most skilled and talented warriors this world has ever had the privilege of beholding.
These guys do iron groin training...sounds like time for an image search, eh?
Oh man! I made fun of that bald guy in the orange robe and he put his big toe through my chode.
You - oh master i wish to be a shaolin monk!
Shaolin Monk - yes student that will be fifty dollars.
You - ....
Shaolin Monk - CHEEYAH!!!!!!!!
You - *dead*
Tokio Hotel is a band hailing from Madgeburg, Germany. It consists of frontman Bill Kaulitz, Bill's twin brother and guitarist Tom Kaulitz, bassist Georg Listing and drummer Gustav Schäfer. Tokio Hotel first formed in 2001 under the band name "Devilish". Tokio Hotel released their first German language album "Schrei" in 2005. "Schrei" sold more than half a million copies worldwide and spawned four top five singles in Germany and Austria. In 2007 Tokio Hotel released the CDs "Zimmer 483" and "Scream", an English album, containing songs from both "Schrei" and "Zimmer 483", translated and recorded in English. Tokio Hotel has already taken Europe by storm, and now, they are ready to take on the USA. Their US single, "Ready, Set, Go!" has reached #1 on the TRL countdown. Their album, "Scream" was released on May 6, 2008 in the USA. They are all straight, no matter what you hear. Also, many people do think that they are also very attractive. Their music is amazing.
Italian: "Tokio Hotel is so amazing!"
Spaniard: "Yes I agree! They're topping the charts in my country!"
Greek: "All 3 of their albums were in the Top 10 in my country!"
American: "Most fans are learning German because of them!"
German: "They are so hot! Tokio Hotel für immer!"
L'ame Immortelle are an Austrian Tanz-Metal/NDH/Goth Metal band fronted by Sonja Kraushofer (female singer) and Thomas Rainer (male singer).
L'ame Immortelle is French for The Immortal Soul. The band have been mostly underground since they started in 1996.
Metalhead: I love L'ame Immortelle! The variation between the male and female singers is brilliant! The gig last night was awesome!
Retard Chav: They French?
Metalhead: NO! They're an Austrian NDH Tanz Metal band
Retard Chav: Foreign stuff sucks! So does metal... I'd rather eat horse shit than listen to that crap!
-unpleasant chav-being-killed noises-
Metalhead: L'Ame Immortelle rule!
Me: Yes they do