Hi there! The Twitter account @I_amGermany asked their followers about the most German things they've ever done. I am Germany // Johanna @I_amGermany What do you think is the most German thing you‘ve ever done or experienced? 10:28 AM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 1. Here are some of the best answers. Let's start with this story, that probably every German can relate to: Frau R @lafhan @I_amGermany Watching Tatort even though I don’t actually enjoy Tatort. 10:36 AM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 2. Germans don't do sports, Germans do this: Jorge Eleit 🇨🇷🇦🇷🇩🇪 @JorgeOrtega @I_amGermany We can now pack groceries at the same speed the cashier throws the things 😅 12:44 PM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 3. Oh, that's a law as well: Lucy_The_Great 🇪🇺🇩🇪🇬🇧 @Lucy_T @I_amGermany Opening all the windows wide in the middle of winter to air the house out. 10:38 AM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 4. Schorle is ze best drink! Johannes Graßmann @GraJohannes @I_amGermany @FreihandDenker I think one of the most german things to do is mixing your juice with water. It's just too much for us otherwise. 01:27 PM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 5. ☝️☝️☝️☝️☝️ Ulrik Motzfeldt @krusedUlrik @I_amGermany @GermanAtPompey When I recently was crossing Budapester straße walking to Millerntor stadium before the @fcstpauli-@HSV derby, I stopped and waited for green man, even though the police had blocked the traffic 50 meters down the road. 11:08 AM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 6. That's why Germany has no Silicon Valley Marian T. Wirth @mtwirth @I_amGermany The most German thing I've experienced on Twitter was this pic in my TL 11:50 AM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite „Throw in online forms“ 7. This is sooooo German: Bill Roberts @Bilboroberts @I_amGermany The most weird German thing I find, is when people walk into a doctor's waiting room and all say "morgen" or "hallo" to everyone in there. I am sick, I don't want friendly smalltalk at that point! 10:52 AM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 8. Germans and cash — just another lovestory. Faye @fayetandog @I_amGermany "Getrennt bitte" 😂 12:56 PM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 9. 110% true as well: Bill Roberts @Bilboroberts @I_amGermany Also using cash for everything and never chip and pin or contactless payment 10:55 AM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 10. Ordnungsamt > God I am Germany // Johanna @I_amGermany I only realise something is „typical German“ when it‘s really ridiculous to me. For example when my neighbours called the Ordnungsamt to stop people from illegally driving through the <100 people village. And that the poor Ordnungsamt-guy actually had to sit there for days. 10:28 AM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 11. You call it hurricane, we call it „Norddeutsches Grillwetter“. Jana @PurlTurtle @I_amGermany Getting half your wardrobe at outdoor outfitters like Globetrotter ("Globi"). And of course, a Multifunktionsjacke has to be part of that. "Es gibt kein schlechtes Wetter!" 11:14 AM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 12. The first thing German babies learn: How to look angry. Martin Anton @marti_ato @I_amGermany Angrily looking at people who don't wait for people to get out of the U-Bahn before getting in - without actually saying something to them. 07:12 AM - 23 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 13. Nope, not a cliché — the struggle is real: Enola Knezevic @rhelune @I_amGermany Reserved a spot on a beach with a towel. 10:40 AM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 14. That's so true and so important. Carsten Timmermann @ctimmermann @I_amGermany Regional differences in what you call bread rolls: Brötchen, Semmeln, Schrippen, Rundstücke, Wecken. Any others? 03:33 PM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 15. You're never on time. Even if you are on time, you are going to be late. cliff1976 @cliff1976 @I_amGermany Recently: Getting a text 9 minutes out proclaiming me the last attendee at a group function. „Wir warten jetzt nur noch auf Dich, Cliff!“. I was the last to arrive, in der Tat. 8 minutes early. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ 05:23 PM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 16. Yes, Germans have a word for drinking alcohol with your breakfast on weekends: tired @swolesurvivor @I_amGermany Frühshoppen 03:50 PM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 17. Please don't: Longhouses @Longhouses1 @I_amGermany I take offence at people pointing with the finger! Du zeigst NICHT mit dem Finger! 10:33 AM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 18. The taste of my childhood: Trapalleira Vikinga @darkmina @I_amGermany Eating Kartoffeln Puffer with sugar and Apfelmus, nothing is more German than that 05:02 PM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 19. Have you met a Pfandrückgabeautomat? Missy Chrissi @Missy_Chrissi @I_amGermany Recycling. It can’t be more German. Living in France now, I enjoy throwing all the colors of glass into the same container. 😂 08:58 PM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 20. That was probably popular in the 80s but yes: Hmt24638 @246hmt @I_amGermany @GiverSteve The Klopapierhut. (Toilet-Paper Cover, no english translation) https://t.co/eU7ClqKGwQ 01:25 PM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 21. Just a normal outfit for Germans in summer: Bytschenko Oxana @Oxxi5 @I_amGermany Oh and I was forced to wear white socks and sandals for a social media post at work. 😶 07:12 PM - 22 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 22. It's true: Gordon's German @GordonsGerman @I_amGermany Sunbathing nude in Englischer Garten (!) 😳 07:45 AM - 23 Apr 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite You can find the full thread with all the replies on twitter.