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What does this German mean and does it actually make any sense? "Mit Ein Neusburger Tod"
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  • It means "With a death from Neusburg"... so.... I don't think it makes any sense
  • No, it does not make sense for me .
    Tranlation: "With a Neusburger Death" (but also gramatical incorrect)
    Neusburger is also a bit strange. From the name i would have guessed that it is an old city (Neu = new , burg = castle) but there is no Neusburg in germany. It exist hoever an old city called "Neuss" with an historical castle.
    Neusburger could also be a name, but sounds more like Swiss or Austria. And would be very seldom.

    My guess would be: That sentence is only supposed to sound german. Try to mix the letters.

    A Tyrannus: No. Grammatic is wrong.
  • Completely mindless.

    "Victor Eats Lunch Over Peoria" anyone?

    Seems to be the some bollocks (?) in english

    Got it from here
  • It's from the acronym HELPING CHILDREN THROUGH RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT from the MST3K episode where they watch "The Incredibly Strange Creatures Who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-up Zombies". I figured it was gibberish just so they could finish the "ment", but I was wondering what it would translate to. It's been bugging me ever since I first watched the episode.
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