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    rot-weiß

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    Er aß eine Rindswurst mit einer doppelten Portion Pommes frites rot-weiß und trank dazu eine Cola.
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    This is just a sentence in a book I'm reading. Does it just mean "quickly", red alluding to lips and white to teeth perhaps? I'd be grateful for any enlightenment:-).
    Author Anne(gb) (236994) 30 Jan 08, 12:42
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    rot-weiß means with tomato ketchup and mayonaise (spelling`?)
    #1Authoralgood (388003) 30 Jan 08, 12:43
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    Yep ;-)

    lunch ...
    #2AuthorBacon [de] (264333) 30 Jan 08, 12:46
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    yes, it does - also known as "Pommes Bahnschranke" (because they are striped red and white)
    #3Author penguin (236245) 30 Jan 08, 12:47
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    @penguin: Hadn't heard that one!

    I presume that in Hesse they'll all be eating 'Pommes Jamaika Koalition' soon ;-)
    #4Authoralgood (388003) 30 Jan 08, 12:52
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    To avoid any misunderstanding: The "yesses" from Bacon and penguin refer to algood's reply, not to Anne's original question. "Pommes rot-weiß" means chips (french fries) with tomato ketchup and mayonnaise.
    #5Author Dragon (238202) 30 Jan 08, 12:52
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    Aaaah, thank you! BTW, algood, mayonnaise;-). I like the "Bahnschranke" idea too, penguin.
    #6Author Anne(gb) (236994) 30 Jan 08, 12:53
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    OT/@algood: Did the greens even get a look in in the election the other day then?/OT
    #7Author Anne(gb) (236994) 30 Jan 08, 12:56
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    wobei man dazuwissen sollte, daß ruud-wieß die Kölner Farben sind ... Funke, opjepaß! ;-))
    #8Author Peter <de> (236455) 30 Jan 08, 13:03
     
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