German Readers - Boxheads in need of a good slap.

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by cernunnos, Nov 4, 2008.

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  1. I just stumbled accross a German Neo Nazi site which attempts to re write history in their favour. The first link is to a forum all about those nasty British war criminals who were so evil and dastardly that the honest German soldiery wouldn't soil his bayonnete on one, hence they lost!

    We even dropped bombs on them and liked it!

    Has anyone got any good ideas ideas about how we can best pi'ss on their pumpernickel?
  2. we could ask them for an english language version .
  3. and show them this, their bayonets were ok to use on women and children.
  4. Looses its impact with what sounds like the "Close Combat 2" theme tune.
  5. Agreed,

    I couldn't find the World at War music with the intro by Olivier and the best music ever to describe it.
  6. Should we fire up Der Verbrechensbus
  7. I've dobbed them in to the MOSSAD head office in Germany, I hope they still make those house calls!

    Why not Dob some of your mates or neighbours in? Just suggest that the old bloke next door is really Martin Boreman and he'll be off to Tel Aviv on a buck shee holiday.
  8. Listen to everything they say in a calm and polite manner. Nod thoughtfully at the more outrageous claims and never, ever dispute what they say.

    Hum the theme from 'The Dambusters' under your breath the whole time.
  9. Well, as posters seem to be the 'in thing' at the moment;


  10. They don't like it up 'em!

    Watch out - if ashie gets on this thread he'll be demanding we exhume Bomber Harris and try him for War Crimes. :twisted:

  11. In English please? I'm afraid my German isnt the best.
  12. Oh dear, they do seem to have a bit of a mard on, don't they? I suppose their outrage is because any Boxheed you met after 1945 was actually a member of the resistance movement in Germany.