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BERLIN (Reuters) -- A leading German dictionary publisher plans to launch a guide it says will help men translate the subtext of female conversation.
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Does it come with a Centerfold ? (SPTirish@aol.com)
A series of reference manuals will also be published to accompany the guide explaining what each translation REALLY means depending on what mood a woman is in, corresponding it with what time of the day, week, month and/or year it is while providing cross references to the woman's age. (email@example.com)
Hope that comes in braille, because they sure can't hear you. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
It only works if you're trying to pick up German women, which pretty much limits its use to Oktoberfest tents and art house cinemas. (HerzogVon@aol.com)
The first chapter translates 427 idioms into variations of, "If you want sex, cooperate." (email@example.com)
How do you say, "Good Luck" in German? (firstname.lastname@example.org) Vielen Gluck! Oh wait... was that rhetorical?
Women are already reported to be countering this initiative by changing their minds even more times per day. (email@example.com)
Alternatively, men could try LISTENING and asking when they don't understand, but there I go with my radical, incendiary rhetoric again. (MooseSpeak@netscape.net) ...*snort* wha? sorry, wasn't paying attention.
What will the book be called? "Who The F&*% Cares". (Cantw82paint@Aol.com)
The publisher announced the new title was "Understanding Women", after protests caused by the original title, "What's that Crazy Chick Want Now?!" (CoyPsyche@aol.com)
German frauleins were heard to respond to this news, "Ach du liber, mein herr, try this shitsky on me and I vill hitten you mit the book. Vat I say is vat I mean!" (firstname.lastname@example.org) Isn't Shitzky Russian? It sounds like Trotsky's brown nosing brother or something...
As if "you lazy, woman chasing, philandering, pukeface, scoundral" needs a subtext! (email@example.com) Well i'd say it has a subtext.
Mrxsandmanx, however, has simplified it before it is even released. It reads as follows: A woman speaks - She is saying she doesn't want to have sex with you. Got it? (firstname.lastname@example.org) Like this charming example, however.
Each entry has two possible definitions printed under it; one is exactly the opposite of the other. (MooseSpeak@netscape.net) For example, if you heard the pukeface scoundral comment from a Dominatrix, it may have sexual significance, or you could just have a face like puke and be a scoundral.
Cueing in on what men actually hear, the dictionary has 843,000 entries for the word 'blah.' (email@example.com)
Well, girls, that's the end of our using German in our conversational subtext. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
"Die Betriebsanleitung in die Muttersprache mit die Frauen." = ["Guidebook to the Native Language of Women"] 1. Nicht jetzt = "Not now." 2. Nicht diese Nacht = "Not tonight." 3. Nicht immer = "Not ever." (email@example.com)
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