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They enjoy dairy products. The refrigerated section of their supermarkets are homages to experimentations with yoghurt and quark. They will put a cheese or cream-based sauce with most things.
Sauerkraut is both enjoyed and oft consumed, as per the universal expectation. Germans have excellent winter wardrobes perhaps because German winters are endless.
They cannot be late. Their babies are particularly beautiful. They are very good bike riders — nay, they are exceptional bike riders. They manage to look elegant while free-wheeling down cobbled streets, pashminas blowing out behind them. They are also highly adept at riding with umbrellas. Thus, German kids learn to ride young.
They have excellent constitutions. In all its incarnations. Raw, fried, crumbed and dripping in mushroom sauce. But mostly, processed and stuffed into stomach lining.
Germans worship the pig. And there is no end to the various pig likenesses that can be crafted from marzipan.
They can and do, often, stomach minced raw pork for breakfast … topped with onion and a bit of pepper. They are good at mostly anything they do. Because … Germans are thorough. They work hard and effectively, despite working some of the shortest hours in the western world.
Consequently, they are the strongest economy in Europe. What they do during those short hours is probably double what every other country manages to do in twice the time. For many Germans, the weekend begins at 1pm on Friday afternoon.
They have unexpectedly wicked senses of humour. They love a good boot. And they never scuff them. Even when bike-riding down a cobbled street in the rain, holding the shopping and an umbrella, pulling a wagon behind them with a child contained within. They are extremely hospitable.
They seem to enjoy Westlife. In fact, your garden variety house party can often remind its attendants of the universality of 90s pop. Were you aware Germany was responsible for the 90s smash, Coco Jumbo? Outside of a very small, very obviously Summer window, they will stare, bewildered, at thonged feet and quietly wonder if the wearer is mad.
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In the latter half, British astronomer and science writer David Darling discussed the latest news from science as well as research on other dimensions and parallel worlds. While we can't directly imagine a 4th dimension in space, mathematics can represent such an environment, he noted, adding that current physics proposes that we live in a.
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