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About Sannerl

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  • Location Munich
  • Nationality German
  1. What made you laugh today?

      It's a theme-park?
  2. What made you smile today?

      ...or only one ear.
  3. What made you smile today?

    This:     ...because the cartoonist (who does a lot of dog-based movie-poster-spoofs and "Cleo and Company") actually followed a request of mine from only five days ago...
  4. What made you smile today?

    We've seen someone like that at Marienplatz in Kronach about two years ago. On a chair, his buttocks all over the place. I doubt he even noticed. We (my husband, his best friend since high school, the mother of that friend [who's a very good friend of ours, too] and me) had much fun imagining putting some of the wild flowers growing nearby into the crack for fresh-keeping on that hot day while enjoying our ice-cream despite of the view.   A few weeks later, we saw someone like that at a concert. I told my husband "Look - there's that guy from the ice-cream parlor in Kronach!"
  5. What made you laugh today?

      Much better.
  6. What made you laugh today?

      OK - but 185 were indicted. 24 got the death sentence, and 12 of those were actually executed. (Yes, I looked that up because the number of indicted above appeared far too low.)
  7. This week we have a Toytown reservation for 7:30 pm at Goa, Thiersch Str 8, 80538 München. Nearest station: Isartor all S-Bahn´s and 16, 17 Tram.    1. ex-essex (Paul)  2.+3. Shishimaru  +1  4. Andi  5. HughK  6. Ulrike  7. + 8. Sannerl & Bernhard  9. Metall 10.      Please copy/paste the last list into the reply and add your name As Soon As Possible, at the latest 5 pm Wednesday
  8. What made you smile today?

      Be careful if you dare to ask them to make you a sandwich - they may have a freezer for your remains.
  9. Got attacked by two Croatians in Unterhaching

      Still not worth the effort.   Fun fact: Most times, the new queue opens exactly when we've put our items on the belt. No, it's not always much. ;-)
  10. Got attacked by two Croatians in Unterhaching

      From her behaviour I conclude that she knew exactly what she was doing. Not worth the effort since alderhill and his family were next in their line anyway. That "Unglaublich!" should have been sufficient to shame her with all those people around, but she didn't bother. Lost cause.
  11. Got attacked by two Croatians in Unterhaching

      Only a little younger than me, then...   You're absolutely right: That's rude, plain and simple. And some do behave like that - but most don't.   It's mostly the arseholes that get any ethnic group branded, not the well behaved because the former stand out in a negative way.
  12. Got attacked by two Croatians in Unterhaching

      I've already posted a list. "Utopian" like "lucky"? Yes indeed. (I've held a lecture on Jonathan Swift in college. Interesting stuff.)
  13. Got attacked by two Croatians in Unterhaching

      Same here. When shopping, I take my time - a few minutes more don't hurt me. When someone directly behind me is in a hurry and asks politely - OK. I even offer people with only a few items immediate behind me to pass me at checkout. Parents with children even with more items. Better for everyone... ;-)   But if someone gets pushy - no way. Or if someone misbehaves e.g. by putting back not wrapped bread with their bare hands... I witnessed that once at Norma and told that neat looking young man in his impeccable suit not to do that. He told me to mind my own business - which I did by telling the staff. Boy, did he get an earful! :-D And they removed the contaminated pretzels immediately. Another customer appreciated my behaviour and told me so. Good times. ;-)
  14. Got attacked by two Croatians in Unterhaching

      Long list, and I don't remember the names of every small bakery (in Teichelt and Weimar). Metzgerei Kraus in Kronach. Denns there. Edeka in Geroldsgrün and Bad Steben.   At home: Edeka Am Harras was always nice regarding meat and cheese. Same with Vincent Murr (occupants of the Edeka in Passauer Straße). Rossmann nearby. Istanbul Supermarket around the corner. The small Turkish shop across the street. The Vietnamese shops nearby. Even the staff of the so-called "Back-shops" nearby act nicely. Norma near subway-station "Westpark". Very nice staff. Fisch Lurz (now Kurt Fisch; owner died and they moved). Dachauer Biobauerndienst (I order most our meat and some cheese there via phone, always have a nice chat and get my questions answered). Vollcorner in Lindwurmstrasse. ...   We are lucky to have that many choices, therefore I just try to avoid shops where the staff isn't polite. I am patient and try to stay calm and polite and usually give them a try a few more times (everyone has a bad day once in a while), but then... Luckily, that doesn't happen often.   I sometimes complain, apologize when I'm wrong and appreciate when something's good.
  15. Got attacked by two Croatians in Unterhaching

      Excuse me?!? Queuing is normal anywhere here in Bavaria, Franconia, Thuringia - sometimes, the staff has to ask who's next when there are several lines (cheeses - meat), and usually, the customers ask each other if the other one wasn't there before if the staff serves the wrong one first. Politely.