max & moritz

The Four First Dates of Hanschen Rilow

One. Bobby Maler.

Hanschen could hardly call it a date. It was pretty far from that. No, it was more of a hook up. Something quiet and filthy behind a bar which he had already forgotten the name of before piling into a cab and rushing to Hanschen’s studio apartment. The entire time their mouths. connected in the back seat in between rough touches.

The rest is a blur of skin and teeth and lips and far too much contact. And when Hanschen had awakened, covered in hickeys and scratches and memories, he had noticed the bed beside him empty.

But, the post-it note on his fridge read off “Bobby” in neat, clean cut, wavy penmanship. Along with a phone number.

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Beach on North Sea island of Borkum, Niedersachsen. Borkum is the largest and westernmost of Germany’s Ostfriesische Inseln (East Frisian Islands) near the Dutch border. In the 1400’s, it became known as a center of piracy and whaling. As whaling decreased, the island suffered from poverty, resulting in depopulation. The first tourists arrived in 1834 and the island’s fortunes improved as a tourist resort. In 1934, Wernher von Braun launched “Max” and “Moritz” here, the two prototypes of the famous A2-rocket. The island is partially car-free. Off-season, driving is permitted everywhere, otherwise there are car-free zones. There’s an air field, and ferries from Emden and Eemshaven (in NL). 

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Anon said: I have a prompt!!! ernst and hanschen have been secretly dating and when Hanschen post a picture of a mysterious neck with hickeys on it with the caption “this boy.” and his hand holding another boys (Ernst’s) that has some paint on it that has the caption “my artist”. then the next day at school Ernst is wearing a turtleneck and is known for his beautiful works of art. everyone wants to know who Hanschen is dating and they are all very suspicious of the two

ABSOLUTELY! I love this idea and i’m READY 2 Go.

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“What are you doing, Hanschen?”

“Uh… Nothing.”

Ernst turned around and saw Hanschen’s phone shoved in his face. He immediately slapped the phone out of Hanschen’s hand, watching it bounce down onto the mattress. Hanschen let out a long giggle, staring at Ernst’s confused and offended look. “What the fuck was that about?”

“Nothing….” Hanschen mused, playfulness obvious in his tone as he propped himself up on his elbows. Big blue eyes went over Ernst over and over, taking in his body and suddenly making him viciously aware about how bare he felt.  But when Ernst attempted to pull the blanket further over his chest,Hanschen loudly protested. “Stop! I like seeing you like this…”

“Like wha-ahh!” Ernst’s words twisted our into a high pitched whine as Hanschen bent over and began to kiss and suck at Ernst’s skin. He could feel his boyfriend’s pulse speed up under his lips, causing him to smile like the idiot was. “Jesus Christ, Ha-a-ansi!” Ernst squeaked as Hanschen’s teeth bit at his soft skin.

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12.8 cm Selbstfahrlafette auf VK30.01 (H) “Sturer Emil" 

“German for "Stubborn Emil”, the “Sturer Emil “ was an experimental World War II German self-propelled anti-tank gun. It was based on the Henschel VK30.01 chassis and armed with a Rheinmetall 12.8 cm K L/61 gun (based on the 12.8 cm FlaK 40). This gun could traverse 7° to each side, elevate 10° and depress -15°. It carried 15 rounds for the main gun.

The chassis was left over from Henschel’s submission for the canceled VK30.01 heavy tank program, but the hull was stretched and an extra road wheel added to accommodate the large gun, which was mounted on a pedestal ahead of the engine. A large, open-topped, fighting compartment was built where the turret was intended to go in the original design.

Two vehicles (named after Max and Moritz) were built, both of which served on the Eastern Front. One vehicle was destroyed, the other captured at Stalingrad in January 1943, with 31 kill marks painted on the barrel. This captured vehicle is now displayed in the collection on the Kubinka Tank Museum.”

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TOP 50 German Baby Names in 2014

Mädchen (girls): Emma - Mia - Hannah/Hanna - Sofia/Sophia - Emilia - Anna - Lena - Lea/Leah - Emily/Emilie - Marie - Lina - Leonie - Amelie - Sophie/Sofie - Luisa/Louisa - Johanna - Nele/Neele - Laura - Lilly/Lilli - Lara - Clara/Klara - Mila - Leni - Maja/Maya - Charlotte - Sarah/Sara - Frieda/Frida - Ida - Greta - Pia - Lotta - Lia/Liah/Lya - Mathilda/Matilda - Ella - Melina - Lisa - Julia - Paula - Alina - Mira - Zoe/Zoé - Helena - Marlene - Emely/Emelie - Elisa - Victoria/Viktoria - Isabell/Isabel/Isabelle - Isabella - Jana - Amy

Jungen (boys): Ben - Luis/Louis - Paul - Lukas/Lucas - Jonas - Leon - Finn/Fynn - Noah - Elias - Luca/Luka - Maximilian - Felix - Max - Henry/Henri - Moritz - Julian - Tim - Jakob/Jacob - Emil - Philipp - Niklas/Niclas - Alexander - David - Oskar/Oscar - Mats/Mads - Jan - Tom - Anton - Liam - Erik/Eric - Fabian - Matteo - Leo - Rafael/Raphael - Samuel - Mika - Theo - Jonathan - Lennard/Lennart - Simon - Hannes - Linus - Jannik/Yannik/Yannick/Yannic - Nico/Niko - Carl/Karl - Till - Vincent - Jona/Jonah - Benjamin - Nick

anonymous asked:

is max and moritz why germans don't have a sense of humor. bc it could get you killed

no, max and moritz are why the average german doesn’t kill animals for fun or tortures people. the purpose of those stories isn’t to be funny. it’s literally to teach children not to be assholes. 


In Memory of Dr. Max Moritz Klar

The orthopedist and surgeon practicing in the inner-city of Munich was a leading member of FC Bayern starting in the 1920s.  As chariman of the Munich section of the pacifist German Peace Community and committee member of the “Club for Repulsion of Antisemitism”, Dr. Max Moritz Klar was particularly hated by the National-Socialist Party.

In July 1933, the Klar family brought the SPD-politician and later Bavarian Prime Minister Wilhelm Hoegner into hiding in their house for protection and gave him their car so he could flee from Germany.  Dr. Max Klar was arrested the day after the Reichspogromnacht on 9. November 1938, where synagogues in Germany were ransacked and burned, and he was brought to the Dachau concentration camp.

The doctor died there overnight, despite being in completely healthy condition by all reports, under suspicious conditions.  His wife Silvia was murdered in 1942 in the women’s concentration camp Ravensbrück.

At our last home match, we dedicated a choreography of the Südkurve to our murdered club member for the remembrance day of German football.  His is yet another fate that shows where a society goes when irrational hate and the delusion of superiority of some people or groups over the rest of the society does not get combated.  That is true for today just as much as then.