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“Sporting rather than the normal four lands an gooves only two precisley cut and polished,. capable of dusting "krauts" at 1000 yds with a relative degree of regularity.”
“He's good at roughing up the opposition – the "krauts" at Bauer, the "poofs" at Us Weekly.”
“And this label of “socialism” as a means of justification reminds me of how armies depersonalize their enemy (savages, krauts, slant eyes, gooks, infidels, towel-heads, etc) in order justify killing them.”
“I'm not trying to kill anyone, so my only auto handgun is a luger that my grandfather swiped from the krauts.”
“In an operation codenamed "Sauerkraut," he organized the recruitment of angry and disaffected German soldiers from POW camps — i.e., sour krauts — and slipped them behind enemy lines in their Wehr macht uniforms to plant subversive propaganda, gather intelligence and lower enemy morale.”
“Pickles, preserves, sauces and krauts - she does it all.”
“The gun I like best in that movie is the venerable 1911, with which the dough boys went to town on the krauts at close range.”
“Not surprisingly given the fact that their country was bristling with missiles (on both sides) and was regarded as the likely flash point for World War III, the krauts had the most angst of this sort -- like in this worldwide hit from West Germany.”
“Of course, Hitler waived the idea of opening everybody's mail and used a shortcut: Dangle a few krauts from the nearest tree with a cardboard sign around their necks that says: I am the evilest pig in town/With Jews I have been screwing around.”
“The whole world was suffering from the depression but the French certainly enjoyed sticking it to the krauts.”
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