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Europeans are as a rule better at other languages than native English speakers. If you do not understand us, then we just have to SHOUT AT YOU A BIT LOUDER!

There is a great sense of achievement when in a foreign country and you successfully order food at a restaurant, though quite the worst meal I ever had was cold herring that my wife ordered thinking it was a German equivalent of fish n chips! That took a lot of beer to wash down!
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(2018-09-20, 01:51 PM)BobBobert Wrote: Europeans are as a rule better at other languages than native English speakers.  If you do not understand us, then we just have to SHOUT AT YOU A BIT LOUDER!  

There is a great sense of achievement when in a foreign country and you successfully order food at a restaurant, though quite the worst meal I ever had was cold herring that my wife ordered thinking it was a German equivalent of fish n chips!  That took a lot of beer to wash down!

YES YES I HEAR YOU Big Grin

haha...I remember a family member who was once in France ordering "Fromage". Fromage is French for cheese, but in Danish fromage is a dessert that in English would be a mousse. Big Grin  Imagine getting cheese when expecting something totally different.
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(2018-09-20, 03:50 PM)Carsten Wrote:
(2018-09-20, 01:51 PM)BobBobert Wrote: Europeans are as a rule better at other languages than native English speakers.  If you do not understand us, then we just have to SHOUT AT YOU A BIT LOUDER!  

There is a great sense of achievement when in a foreign country and you successfully order food at a restaurant, though quite the worst meal I ever had was cold herring that my wife ordered thinking it was a German equivalent of fish n chips!  That took a lot of beer to wash down!

YES YES I HEAR YOU Big Grin

haha...I remember a family member who was once in France ordering "Fromage". Fromage is French for cheese, but in Danish fromage is a dessert that in English would be a mousse. Big Grin  Imagine getting cheese when expecting something totally different.
Big Grin Big Grin 
I like cold herring. I believe in Denmark they also eat cold herring. I was there in 76 and if my memory is good I have eaten it there.
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#24
Yes we do, but not on a weekly basis.

Read more https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pickled_herring

or search for this "marinerede sild" or "marinerede sild rugbrød" and see some photo's of it on blackbread.
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#25
The texture, the taste, the coldness, the look, yeuch! Never again, not even for a million RBT! Call it what you will Carsten, I will not fall for it ever again. Hugues can have a double portion and I will nip out for a curry!
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(2018-09-21, 11:44 AM)BobBobert Wrote: The texture, the taste, the coldness, the look, yeuch!  Never again, not even for a million RBT!  Call it what you will Carsten, I will not fall for it ever again.  Hugues can have a double portion and I will nip out for a curry!

Bob I'm totally sure you can eat it with pleasure if it is served with blackbread, eggs, Curry salad, beer and "Snaps"!!!
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