Tortenfuhrer Klaschka and his Nazi treats

#2
Freedom of Speech & all that, at least they aren't "denying the holocaust".

It's just an ancient peace symbol with a bit of German text isn't it.......?
 
#3
Freedom of Speech & all that, at least they aren't "denying the holocaust".

It's just an ancient peace symbol with a bit of German text isn't it.......?
Not in that form no.



The symbol was once worn as a peace or good luck charm especially in Hindu countriies, and has appeared in Christian churches too (I think the Church Hitler went to as a child has them too). Howeever the Nazi one is always rotated through 45 degrees. The others are literally a crooked cross.

The cake commissioners views on the holocaust are not representated in baked form.
 
#4
i'm appalled.

it should be spelled 'heisst'. [/spelling nazi]

and why the **** is his honour called Irene?
 
#5
Freedom of Speech & all that, at least they aren't "denying the holocaust".

It's just an ancient peace symbol with a bit of German text isn't it.......?
Not in that form no.



The symbol was once worn as a peace or good luck charm especially in Hindu countriies, and has appeared in Christian churches too (I think the Church Hitler went to as a child has them too). Howeever the Nazi one is always rotated through 45 degrees. The others are literally a crooked cross.

The cake commissioners views on the holocaust are not representated in baked form.
And it has a couple of lightening bolts. Just for aesthetic effect.
 
#7
£79 for a bit of cake it better have some ******* taste fruit and a bit of alchol in it

Pastry chef Manfred Klaschka told ORF public television: “If someone orders it, I make it.
I VAS ONLY FOLLOWING ZEE ORDERS!!!
 
#11
Harry has his order in for his birthday!!
 
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#12
Right, I m no Konditormeister myself, but **** me, that cake looks like it was crayoned on by 6 year old Chernobyl Phalidimides sporting Wurzel Gummidge arms.

And what a Bloomer, Heist, as Proper Gander correctly states, incorrectly spelt. Just goes to show that the Clientele for such goods are not held in high esteem, even by the local Baker. Mind you, doubt they spotted the mistake. Tsk!

Der Führer would be turning in his grave.........
 
#13
Wir backen gegen England?

Or perhaps it was more of a "Meringue nach Osten"?

soll ich meinen Mantel holen...ah ja, danke die grune...oh und hier ist mein taxi, prima!
 
#14
It is even more sinsister than it seems!

[video=youtube;rGzEs3K66hA]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rGzEs3K66hA[/video]
 
#15
Wir backen gegen England?

Or perhaps it was more of a "Meringue nach Osten"?

soll ich meinen Mantel holen...ah ja, danke die grune...oh und hier ist mein taxi, prima!
On another thread I said that I would need a dictionary and thesaurus to keep up,now it looks like I need a German phrase book,this ARRSE is costing me a fortune in trips to Waterstones.
 
#16
Wir backen gegen England?

Or perhaps it was more of a "Meringue nach Osten"?

soll ich meinen Mantel holen...ah ja, danke die grune...oh und hier ist mein taxi, prima!
Ich Hatt einen Madeleine? Wacht am Raisin? Der Poundcake Lied? Oh, Du Scone-er Westerwald?

I could go on for ages... (Copyright Private Baldrick)
 
#17
Ich Hatt einen Madeleine? Wacht am Raisin? Der Poundcake Lied? Oh, Du Scone-er Westerwald?

I could go on for ages... (Copyright Private Baldrick)
I'm not sure whether I'm glad there is actually someone on the same wavelength as me or deeply concerned that there is...and it's you SAC! :biggrin:
 
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Meanwhile let's all sing hymn number 233 in our songbooks, the Gruss an Mr Kipling...
 

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