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This is a Mean Girl's reference
here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z8wrqe72YG4

few things to clarify, one: this is not meant to make fun of anyone's gender identity
two: I belive Sister Germany is a cis female she just has facial hair that she doesn't care to wax or shave off
three : Sister America isn't trying to be rude or she just being empty minded right now
four: Sister Canada is face palming and embarrassed

and five: I know the term "Fatherland" isn't used very much in modern Germany I just wanted to make a Mean Girl's reference


By: AmericanButterfly 6th August 2020

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2 years ago #9838107        
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........ why is Russia called the motherland? *Head explodes*


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10 months ago #9868722        
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Sis Germany: "Better question to you, sis America, why do you have so round breasts?" :evillaugh:


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1 year ago #9863471        
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Sis Germany is like me.
People ask why I don't cares about my appearance. The answer:
I haves other stuff to have anexity over.

DCP


2 years ago #9858578        
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*Vaterland*


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2 years ago #9857796        
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This is an old joke, but if Germany is the Fatherland, and Russia is the Motherland, does that make Poland the abused child? or
If Germany is the Fatherland, and Russia is the Motherland, does that make WW2 Domestic Violence? It was something like that idk

2 years ago #9847880        
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Another fun fact: it is called fatherland¹, but mother tongue². Why? It's obvious: to confuse the poor souls who have decided to learn this unspeakably³, complicated⁴ language.
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¹ Vaterland (german, lit. fatherland, translates to home country or native country)
² Muttersprache (german, lit. mother tongue, seldom: native tongue)
³ Sorry, I couldn't resist. I just love flat jokes.
⁴ I know, there are more complicated languages. Still not the easiest to learn to.


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2 years ago #9843530        
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So did Sister America completly forget about Brother Germany, and Russia?


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