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Sunday, March 9, 2014

From Bestwurst to Worstwurst

types kinds of german sausage wurst

22 comments:

  1. I think the problem is firefox, I can read your comics on chrome nicely, but Firefox borks it up sometimes...

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  2. And weisswurst! I had to get a tutorial of how and when to eat them. Who knew wursts had so many restrictions!

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  3. You're forgetting the best one: currywurst!

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    1. Ugh, currywurst is the Nexttoworstwurst! :)

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    2. Love Currywurst. I wish we could get it in Australia. We can do it ourselves, but it's not the same as if you buy it from a good 'wurstbude'

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    3. I lived in Berlin for 6 months, and never could get on the currywurst wagon! It was bad enough that all the ketchup already had a weird faint curry flavor, then you add MORE curry on top?! No thanks! Lol I remember an American friend and I used to go halfway across the city just to visit this one stand in an U-Bahn station that had REAL Heinz ketchup!

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  4. I love your comics and yeah, we Germans have so many wursts! But Frankfurter isn't "Bockwurst", Bockwurst is a way thicker version of it (and Frankfurter are also called Wienerle, by the way) ;)

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    1. Oh, man, next you'll be telling me that Luftwurst doesn't actually exist...

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    2. I'm almost ashamed to admit I thought Gesundheitswurst was a real thing.

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    3. Gesundheitswurst actually sounds delicious. I wonder if anybody really will make it...

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  5. i love weißwurst... ^^

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  6. Back when I ate meat, I used to love Weißwurst.....! And I found out recently that a vegetarian version of Weißwurst exists!!! This blows my mind. I'm going to try it next time I go to Germany.

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  7. And since Eurovision: Conchita Wurst!

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  8. I know I am late but in Fraktur (that font you used in the first panel) you were supposed to use the long s (looks similar to the f) and not the round s

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    1. Good point! I neglected to properly imagine that I was once more in 1875 Kaiserreich...

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  9. Alles hat ein Ende nur die Wurst hat zwei

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  10. I am German but have never heard of Ketwurst before. Had to look it up on Wikipedia. Apparently, it is well known in the area of the former DDR. Gosh, sometimes Eastern and Western Germany still seem worlds apart oO
    Also, Germans not only love their Wurst but their Brot, too. That and a ridicolous variety of Brötchen.

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