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Eier
Eier
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Standard German: eggs, slang: money (English slang dough) or testicles (derogatory!)
I want eggs and money
Well it's not really derogatory - just slang. It's the same as the English "balls". Comment by: Bill in ABQ    Rated:3/5
lesa allt bloggid, nokkud gott Comment by: Etetriadied-tool    Rated:1/5
"Etw. geht mir auf die Eier." Something is getting (or, gets) on my nerves. Comment by: RobertW   
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Einfallspinsel
Einfaltspinsel
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idiot, dumb, a silly person
Einfaltspinsel, since it comes from "einfaeltig". Einfalt is simplicity. Comment by: Andre    Rated:2/5
honestly, these terms are very old-fashioned. nobody uses them anymore, at least not nowadays. Comment by: jana   
Try 'Vertrottel' Comment by: Mal   
Yep, the word is "Einfaltspinsel" and it´s not exactly slang these days. Used when referring to someone who is naïve or simple rather than someone who is dumb. Comment by: Jürg    Rated:1/5
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