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    1. Well, it SAYS that they’re Russians in Mayrhofen, which is Austria. Of course there’s no real indication that the guys filmed are Russian (the guys FILMING are definitely not. Their dialect doesn’t sound like Austrian-German either, but I might be wrong – it’s been a while since I’ve been to either country.) since they’re not really heard speaking among themselves so it’s up to everyone’s guess…

    2. It’s definitely German of some dialect, though I can only make out a few fragments. “…[Ich?] glaube nicht..” “I don’t believe it…” ?

    3. @DanR: Yeah, it’s definitely German (NOT Austrian-German, I’m fairly sure about that now). And I listened to it more closely. At one point (around 1:30) one of them says something like “[Das] sind doch Russen” – ‘They’re Russians, aren’t they?’ – clearly referring to the guys they’re filming.

    4. @Kelly: wild guess, but did you ever thought about that those guys filming it are german and the guys dragging the drunk home are russian?

    1. Considering how much you used to get your ass owned by Doralingis and Ambrosia on a daily basis, I think it’s you down there getting dragged on the snow to clean and sooth the smoldering bleeding hole that used to be your ass.

    2. If by “comes back with interest” you mean he talks about ass-o’s, butt humping and imaginary blow jobs all while throwing in absolute fucking babble? Yeah, I feel the burn from those comebacks more often than not. Lol

  1. Russians, Germans, whatever. London has them all beat! Walk through any bar district in East London at 6:00 P.M. on a Tuesday afternoon. Free drunk entertainment galore!

  2. Say whatever you want.
    But this is true friends.

    Something you won’t find it at FriendlessMerica.

    If you go out there and get drunk. Your budy will all fk you u up somewhere and then ditch you.

  3. @poopr: since I am german I can confirm that. πŸ˜‰
    and since I have been to Mayrhoven often for snowboarding, I can also confirm those drunk guys are probably russian too. Their behaviour just fits the experiences I had with them…there and in the army. πŸ˜‰

    1. Ah, a native speaker – very convenient! I wonder: WHERE would you actually put them? To me it actually doesn’t sound like their speaking with much of a dialect to start with, but then again, as I said: It’s been a while since I’ve been to Germany and I guess I’m a bit out of practice when it comes to determining individual dialects. To me it’s just apparent that they’re neither Austrian, nor Bavarian nor Swabian or from Baden or Switzerland – in a nutshell: I’m sure they’re not speaking with a Southern dialect. But as for anything beyond that, I’m at a loss…

      SchΓΆnen Abend noch!

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