From: Patrycjusz R. Łogiewa (silverdr_at_inet.com.pl)
Date: 2005-07-18 22:41:48
On 2005-07-18, at 16:54, Rainer Buchty wrote: >> huh, and what's the meaning of "Fett" in contemporary youth speak?? >> > > "Fett" nowadays seems to be used synonym to "huge". For example, > you can > be asked to give a "fetten Applaus" these days. I see.. But that's not that ununderstandable in the end. > Although, if something > is "fett krass" -- often abbreaviated as "fett!" -- that means "very > cool", or, depending on the context, "very shocking". This one's already more difficult to guess... > > Back in the days we would have said "geil" instead (which was > climaxed rather creative, i.e. geil, affengeil, turboaffengeil -- only > uninspired people used "voll geil" :) :-) "geil" is the one I still remember. > > Oh, and the even older crowd might have used "(total) dufte"... > OK. I don't count then. I probably didn't know enough German when this one was en vogue... -- Alright, I understand. But who the heck is General Failure and why is he reading *MY* C: drive ??!!! Message was sent through the cbm-hackers mailing list
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