Plautdietsch word of the day: oot je'schtopt

Plautdietsch word of the day: oot je'schtopt

Pronounced: oot-yi-sh-topped

What it sounds like: running a stop sign when your brakes fail.

What it really means: padded, stuffed, not as original, fake.

Translation: " That is totally fine with me that they are "fake. To me, they look beautiful! I like 'em"

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