Lazy Sunday: ‘Faces of Mett’ aka – A pun for ze Germans

Faces of Mett
Faces of Mett

Ok, to explain this comic for the English-speaking crowd: “Mett” is not a typo but means something along the lines of “minced meat” in German. Usually, we actually call minced meat “Hackfleisch” (hacked meat – German is a beautiful, blossoming language, isn’t it?) but “Mett” is the kind you put on your sandwich raw, so it is a less fancy version of Steak Tartar. It is just as weird in texture, though.

5 thoughts on “Lazy Sunday: ‘Faces of Mett’ aka – A pun for ze Germans

    1. Bilingual puns are the best, especially if completely unaware of their meaning in another language. They are rare but a real beauty whenever I see/hear them.

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