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What I think about GUNS & more – Q&A #askagerman | German Girl in America



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This is my very first Q&A and “10,000 subscribers special”! Hear me talk German, talk about the places I’ve traveled to in the US, about Oktoberfest in Munich and Cincinnati, German food in the US, my favorite and least favorite things about living in the US, my biggest culture shock, what I miss about Germany, and more!

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About me: Hi there! My name is Felicia (Feli) and I’m from Munich, Germany. I’m 25 and have spent about two years in total in Cincinnati, Ohio where I first did an exchange semester, then an internship, and then attended graduate school. In my videos, I am talking about cultural differences between America and Germany, things I like and dislike about living there, and other experiences that I have made during my time in the States. Let me know what YOU would like to hear about in the comments below. DANKE 🙂
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Arthur Passeri
Arthur Passeri
7 months ago

If you hate guns, you need to know that most gun owners are not going to shoot you! Matter of fact, I believe 100% will never shoot you, unless you are going to steal! If you break into a house, be prepared to be shot. Since, I doubt you'll break into a home, you gun fear is unfounded!

Anthony Ferrante
Anthony Ferrante
7 months ago

What I liked about working at BMW in Munich, was every Friday morning in the studio we had Weiss wurst with sweet mustard, giant brezten (not sure if I spelled that correctly) and a Helles!

Anthony Ferrante
Anthony Ferrante
7 months ago

As a pretty young woman, you have many crazy idiots looking for victims, why not go to a gun safety class, learn a few things about them, and give it a try with an authorized instructor? Can't hurt to try?

Steven Hart
Steven Hart
7 months ago

Why do people have this reaction to guns like they are nuclear waste? "Oh my gosh this hunk of metal sitting here is so disgusting and i dont even wanna touch it!" It makes NO sense and is such a irrational fear. Fear the human heart that intentionally murders people, do not fear some hunk of metal. It seems most of the people who hate guns have no experience with them at all and are just brainwashed by the educational system.

98DemonZ28
98DemonZ28
7 months ago

Leavenworth in WA State is much like a Bavarian town. I was born in Heidelberg myself. 😎😎😎😎

Tim
Tim
7 months ago

I have no problems with people owning guns. I come from a community that is very law-abiding, a fair amount of people have weapons, but I don't fear that someone is going to shoot me or commit a mass shooting where I live. I don't live in Compton.

Jamie Lee
Jamie Lee
7 months ago

You've traveled from country to Country and sounds like you've traveled more of America than actual citizens born in America

Michael Hillman
Michael Hillman
7 months ago

Terrific video Felicia. Lots of info. Glad to hear you have visited my home state of Michigan. You say you like to be near the beach and water, so I assume you liked Michigan as there are Great Lakes, medium lakes and small lakes all over the landscape. I can understand your uneasiness with guns. However the right to bear arms is the Second Amendment to our Constitution. I myself do not own a gun, however I belong to the NRA because I am a strong supporter of legal gun ownership. If guns were outlawed. The only people who would… Read more »

Greg Shonle
Greg Shonle
7 months ago

If you're ever in Denver Colorado in the last weekends of September, I hope you can check out Denver's Oktoberfest. Not as big as Cincinnati's, but still highly rated. If you ever make it out to Colorado, I would really like to hear what you think!

J Scott Upton
J Scott Upton
7 months ago

In 1941 America's military was almost non existent. But Americans knew how to use guns. Thank god for that. A Japanese General wanted to invade America but was told by someone "Americans would be behind every blade of grass with a gun" so they dropped that idea.

Tijuana
Tijuana
7 months ago

Gun laws where I live work like this. In order to have a gun, you must have a gun. If you have a gun, you can have a gun. If you don't have a gun, and you want one, you need to buy one. Wal-Mart has them cheap. Want to put it in your pocket and hide it? Fine but you will need a big enough pocket. Want to wear it like a cowboy on your hip? Ok, but you are weird. PEOPLE are the problem, not the guns. We had these guns for hundreds of years, and they only… Read more »

Sho Nuff
Sho Nuff
7 months ago

Our Guns protect the U.S. in so many more ways than you think. Hitler never marched on our soil nor did Japan. Matter of fact no army has since the Brits…. Enemies have to suicide bomb us.

Hector Nonayurbusiness
Hector Nonayurbusiness
7 months ago

Opinion on Guns……………. * triggered *

John Ridderhof
John Ridderhof
7 months ago

Bread has no eggs in it I guess? Or are you one of those vegetarians that eat eggs

R C
R C
7 months ago

Have you interacted with the Pennsylvania Dutch and can you speak to the language differences from the Pennsylvania Dutch (German) and modern German?

Linwood Mackenzie
Linwood Mackenzie
7 months ago

Guys just watch this, Its all you need to know about gun controll.
TRUTH SHOCK TV: THE RED PILL REAL WORLD

Plano Jag
Plano Jag
7 months ago

Guns in good and trained people’s hands don’t scare me at all. I feel safer packing and when I am around those who are also. We cannot take guns from those that are bad so don’t try to take them from those of us that are good.

Sean Paul
Sean Paul
7 months ago

The US is pretty much the only Country left with Civilian rights to Bear Arms.. That's exactly what has saved our asses all these years!! 🙂

John Spurlock
John Spurlock
7 months ago

You don't ask a two-year-old what they think about seat belts the number one reason for Americans to have heavyarms is to protect themselves from a fascist dictatorship government put in place by global corporations guns are for killing and you need to kill for freedom that's the only reason there's a free America

SlipknotMFKR
SlipknotMFKR
7 months ago

You say squirrel correctly

SlipknotMFKR
SlipknotMFKR
7 months ago

How hard was learning English, your incredibly fluent at it. #AskAGerman

Bunghole Shagnasty
Bunghole Shagnasty
7 months ago

Your pronunciation of squirrel was very nearly correct; just say it a little more quickly and you've got it. Tree rat is also an acceptable pronunciation. Firearms are dangerous. That's the point.

Dean Kirkpatrick
Dean Kirkpatrick
7 months ago

Warst Sie jemals in der Nähe von Schusswaffen? Viele Menschen fürchten, was sie nicht wissen oder verstehen. Da Sie in Amerika sind, würde ich vorschlagen, dass Sie sich in Schusswaffen ausbilden, indem Sie einige Schusswaffentrainingskurse absolvieren. Mein Deutsch ist nicht sehr gut, entschuldigen Sie, wenn ich ein paar Fehler gemacht habe.

Ronald Schmal
Ronald Schmal
7 months ago

You're in a place where you can easily learn and shoot them at a firing range. Many people who were once afraid of them, didn't find them so scary after becoming familiar with them.

Bob Slate
Bob Slate
7 months ago

God Guts and Guns it's what made America Great!

Ralph Snow
Ralph Snow
7 months ago

I have to agree with you there is no comparison for October fest in Munich. I had the one of the times of my life there!

Douglas Sterry
Douglas Sterry
7 months ago

Try prezil with mustard

Marin Angelov
Marin Angelov
7 months ago

I’d like to visit Munich one day.

Mark Bondar
Mark Bondar
7 months ago

Feel-Lein!! When you watch the Subtitles of this they spell SERVUS as SAVILES!! I guess they don't know what to write. I remember you wrote and explained SERVUS to me once and I Thank You again for that! I REALLY hope to meet you someday in Michigan!

dgriggster
dgriggster
7 months ago

If you don’t like guns I’m ok with it. Everyone is entitled to their opinion. That doesn’t infringe on anyone’s rights. I’m just curious if you’ve had the chance to shoot one? AND…you need to come see us in Texas!!!

Little Joe Fontana
Little Joe Fontana
7 months ago

I love your videos. My Great Grandfather was from Hanover Germany and my grandfather still spoke German. I recently did our Family History and was able to take it back to 1575 in Germany. I found family members still in Borgloh and had the privilege of going there to visit with them. I learned how my surname changed over the years and why it changed. Thank you for taking the time to share the German heritage here on YouTube…. By The way, your English is superb!. Warm Regards, Larry Arszman P.S. "Little Joe Fontana" is a stage name I use… Read more »

Dave Irby
Dave Irby
7 months ago

#askagerman Have you ever tried mustard on your pretzel?

Myrtonos
Myrtonos
7 months ago

#askagerman Just how unauthentic is Deütsche Baüg? That was the name of some company in North America that marketed what they claimed was a German snackfood, consisting of some things poured over tortilla chips. The company even claimed that its name is German for 'food in a bag.'
Imagine a company called 'Nguggets' marketing what they claimed is an authentic Anglo-American snackfood. While 'nugget' is a very real English word, not does 'Ngugget' make no sense, it isn't even a possible English word.

Cashmere Onetofive
Cashmere Onetofive
7 months ago

I believe I know what your culture shock is. America is the number one gun culture in the world. No other country has so many guns. Even the subject of guns makes you uncomfortable.

Luke Skywalker
Luke Skywalker
7 months ago

Go Reds!

Tina Nickerson
Tina Nickerson
7 months ago

Enjoy your videos!! You have a super sweet spirit!!!

Ernest Clayton
Ernest Clayton
7 months ago

Germany's became way too liberal! Embrace the conservative strict culture of the motherland! ??????WTF is happening to Germany! Rise and become the country you were meant to be!

Ernest Clayton
Ernest Clayton
7 months ago

If you don't have a Glock how can we rule the World?

RAGE_ NATION
RAGE_ NATION
7 months ago

Honey if your going to live in the u.s. you need to accept the fact that we love our guns we have our reasons for them

Default Name
Default Name
7 months ago

Not sure how you haven't come to Wisconsin. The state is over 40% German descent. Come visit Door County on Lake Michigan. You'll feel at home

Donald Conley
Donald Conley
7 months ago

I was stationed in Stuttgart and the your girls were very friendly

Donald Conley
Donald Conley
7 months ago

Sorry vegans aren’t sick

Donald Conley
Donald Conley
7 months ago

We’re still a country of hunters, deer, pheasants , fishing. To me being a vegan is a sickness

Donald Conley
Donald Conley
7 months ago

We love our guns

Bill H
Bill H
7 months ago

Soygirl = guns bad.

Anton Mortolovan
Anton Mortolovan
7 months ago

I thought you were really really cute until you said you are vegetarian 🙁

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