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    crapola

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    müsste soviel heißen wie "Ramsch" oder "Nippes". Stimmt das? Woher kommt das Wort?
    AuthorFitula31 Oct 09, 00:26
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    http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?ter...

    crapola - 17 definitions - An expression of the word crap; double shittiness when something goes wrong.
    #1AuthorHelmi (U.S.) (236620) 31 Oct 09, 00:35
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    cut between the "p" and the "o" and you'll find its origin
    #2Authorlaalaa (238508) 31 Oct 09, 00:35
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    grains+ola=granola
    crap+ola=crapola
    #3AuthorHT2VJC31 Oct 09, 00:39
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    It's pronounced craPOla by the way, stress on the second syllable.

    Schrott, Ramsch, Müll, Plunder

    "What can you get at the one-Euro store?" - "Mainly crapola."
    #4AuthorVanityF31 Oct 09, 00:43
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    http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/crapola

    -ola is the feminine form of the Latin suffix -olus that is added to a noun to form a diminutive of it. (All kinds of ) little crap, so to say.

    Now you know. ;o)
    #5AuthorMarks31 Oct 09, 00:48
     
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