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NSFW

The Germans are quite good at euphemisms. not to mention double entendres.

The university’s Botanic Garden Summer Festival featured a number of stands selling plants suited to specific conditions – dry, shady, Mediterranean etc.

And trees, the sign being a play on words on the phrase “Viel Holz vor der Hütte” – a goodly pile of wood in front of the cabin – which translates as ..er… being well endowed in the mammary department.

“Stacked” in other words.

This sign is the opposite – “If you don’t yet have any wood in front of the cabin” i.e er…bee-stings – , we can help you out with bushes, shrubs and trees.

Or falsies…..

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This entry was published on 20 June, 2015 at 08:00. It’s filed under Botanics, Language, Mainz and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “NSFW

  1. Quite a double entendre!

  2. Great double entendre! 😉
    (I have some, er, wood for you, click on the link)

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