A photo from Munich is said to show a “dangerous road”. It quickly becomes clear that the internet find is not to be taken seriously and simply complies with a well-known cliché.
Munich – They stick to almost every country in the world: clichés. So also in Germany. Whether it’s putting towels on sun loungers by the pool, socks in sandals or excessive punctuality, “typical German” behavior patterns are well known in almost every country. A user of the popular platform ‘Jodel’ captured a similar cliché with a snapshot: the excessive correction of the Germans. The photo was taken in Munich, where it is not clear exactly, but the commenters under the photo have fun.
Munich: The photo shows the “dangerous path” – and meets many clichés
But what can you see? The image shows a small section of green space, a meadow about two meters long. A sign attached to it, visibly showing his age, with the inscription: “Private route! Do it at your own risk.” The author of the photo, anonymous as always in Jodel, comments on the photo with the words: “It will be a dangerous road, wish me luck.” The words, ironic of course, cause a laugh or two in the audience. community.
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For example, one writes: “Germany in a nutshell”. Another commented: “Rocky and difficult.” But comments that fail to fully understand the irony of the photo also make their contribution. “Next time it rains, you’ll think differently,” says another commenter. It is unclear where exactly the image was taken. One thing is certain: clichés that are confirmed in everyday life always bring a lot of fun.