June 07, 2010

Lesson Two: Swabian Order

Heute wieder ein Beitrag zum Schwäbischen Dialekt. Wer großen Durst auf etwas Besonderes hat, der bestellt Schnell a Hells, also schnell ein Helles. Das ist ein nicht ganz so herbes und nicht ganz so kräftiges Pils, genau richtig um den ersten Durst zu stillen.
Today I want to give you an understanding of the Swabian dialect again. Who doesn't know the feeling of big thirst? Then you must order Schnell a Hells (please bring me a 'Helles' as quickly as possible). A 'Helles' is a less tart and a less gutsy pils. It's the perfect beer to satisfy one's thirst.
C h e e r s !

12 comments:

Mo said...

Swabian dialect? Tell us more.

Abraham Lincoln said...

The taste must be just right to be popular. The name is neat.

Halcyon said...

Yum!!! My husband is also a Schwab. ;)

anjoe playhouse said...

I'll use that next time playing with germains in king.com - sometimes they just are 100% full of letdowns :(

anjoe playhouse said...

I'll use that next time playing with germains in king.com - sometimes they just are 100% full of letdowns :(

anjoe playhouse said...

I'll use that next time playing with germains in king.com - sometimes they just are 100% full of letdowns :(

Jacob said...

I must say your beer looks so much more tasty and enticing than does ours! Heck, I know it's more tasty.

Have one for me!

Bob Crowe said...

Please send some here. We are sick of Budweiser.

Bill said...

Prosit! Zum wohl.

Bruce Caspersonn said...

It's too cold here this morning to even think of such things.

Leif Hagen said...

Besser ein glas Hells oder ein mas Hells?

Rebecca said...

Interesting, I am fascinated with the whole Swabian thing.