Discussion in 'Films, Music and All Things Artsy' started by MrPVRd, Aug 21, 2005.
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Sugared pancake with raisins, from Germay's answer to Roy Orbison:
Heino and Hannelore:
For those of you that mocked his Liebe Mutter album cover (perhaps by comparing Heino to Gareth from The Office doing a Roy Orbison impression), I hope you are eating your words (perhaps with Kaiserschmarrn).
I draw your attention to the following:
I assume that is not a mis-translation of "the willies".
Stop now, MrPRVD! This has progressed from a mere interest in Heino to something more sinister - we'll next hear of you being dragged kicking & screaming from Heino & Hannelore's garden by the Bundespolizeien and a full diplomatic incident will ensue. STOP NOW I beg of you, it's not too late!
I bought a pair of used Heino shades from Ebay for 2 Euros last week!
I would not even spend 2 Euros for Heino shades. I hate his music all the way.
Maybe itÂ´s true that 97% of Germans citizen do know him but at least 96% donÂ´t like him. Playing his songs is a violation of the Geneva conventions.
Apologies - I missed out the little winking smiley at the end of my post. I don't like the Great Heino that much (and never heard of him until I found his album cover) and the Ebay story was a fiction.
Yeah, yeah... Too late to back-pedal now!
Call yourself a real German! You should be thrown out of the Bundeswehr for insulting a national institution!!!!
PS. Where can I buy some Heino shades?
Gosh, I remember the same jokes about Heino in the 1970s. The 1980s. The 1990s. The...
Maybe we should also mention the fact that Heino is a closet-Nazi, who saw nothing wrong in recording the German National Anthem, including the first verse, which starts with:
"Deutchland, Deutschland Ã¼ber alles,"
Instead of starting with the second verse, as is German law, for the first verse is prohibited:
"Dreistigkeit und Frech- und Geilheit,"
He doesn't look like a closet Nazi to me, more like a fully paid up one!
Careful, Bugsy, careful. Not quite the second, rather the thjird, even though your "second" has something to it. Something... inexplicably appealing.
As for Heino, I actually don't know anyone over the age of 85 who likes him. Makes everyone shudder.
You're perfectly right, of course. Eine Frage des Alters, schÃ¤tze ich.
But Heino realy is a j***ing Nazi, explained by his friendship with SchÃ¶nhuber and Co and also his deep association with Michael KÃ¼hnen - which probably took rather a dive when KÃ¼hnen cramped his toes in April 1991 and it turned out he was a practising homosexual.
Plays a fine tune though. Git Down!
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