Did you by any chance mean fräulein?
- Borrowing from German Fräulein. (Wiktionary)
“Germany officially abolished the title "fraulein" for unmarried women in 1972.”
“Two foreign songs turn out to be beautifully bogus: Pink Martini's faux-French "Sympatique" and "Bei Mir Bist Du Schoen," a Yiddish swing hit as misinterpreted by a domineering beer-garden fraulein in an audience participation bit that proves, "South Park" to the contrary, that Germans can be funny.”
“So the fraud, I mean, fraulein (Frau-Palin) and ex-everything else is concerned about scientific fraud while maintaining that her supporters have a right to question Obama's birth certificate.”
“A little more than a week later, Stars and Stripes reported, Every American newspaper from Maine to California carried pictures of you and you and you — if, first, you are in Germany and, second, if you spent a few hours with a fraulein.”
“[T] he fraulein with the pretty smile is liable to stab you in the back," one infantryman wrote, "and that brat coming down the street ... is liable to pull a luger out and shoot.”
“Ein dis nacht, der bouncie-bouncie fraulein ist bin maken sum hottische liebenshoutin!”
“Did Wright have a "Mission Accomplished" banner hung from an aircraft carrier after he took a million dollar ride in a fighter plane just for pomp? fraulein”
“Maybe it's the romantic in me, but I too would love to collide with a beautiful? hipster fraulein.”
“So, obviously, the problem isn't fraulein Hillary ... it's all the pinko hippies with their Soros $$$ hating on her hawkishness.”
“What is the difference between your deep paranoia that the Arabs are going to get us and the deep paranoia of a German fraulein in 1939 believing Hitler when he said that the Jews are going to get her and her children?”
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