A perfect example of why learning the German language has kicked my trash by Robin | Nov 30, 2012 | Adventures in Germany | 10 comments An Eierschalensollbruchstellenverursacher. Say that three times fast. Or once slowly. Or at all. Any guesses (without cheating)? I'll give you a hint: you'll find it in the kitchen. Facebook Pinterest Twitter Print Friendly 10 Comments Esther on at Yes, German can be very tricky. 🙂 I won’t give away what it means but let me just say it’s not a common every day word. I don’t think I have ever used it (I’m a native speaker). Tom on at Those things are so cool! The German language was great at teaching me patience. Having to wait until the end of the sentence to find out what was going to happen to all those nouns! 🙂 Robin Dance ~ PENSIEVE on at Ha! Esther :). The friend who gave it to me, did so in part BECAUSE of the name; but also because it is very German. I love it for both reasons :). Robin Dance ~ PENSIEVE on at LOL, Tom…ummm, teacher of patience, Hmmm. I never looked at it that way but maybe I should have. Then I could speak more than numbers ;). Linds on at I know, but I won’t give it away either, because I am in the middle of German speaking Switzerland at the moment! Beth on at I thought maybe the little pictures on the box would help me figure it out but, no. Going off to cheat now… Beth on at Huh, I’ve never seen anything like that before! Robin in New Jersey on at The little pictures on the box make me think it’s a meat thermometer. lib on at I think it’s a tool for cracking boiled eggs 🙂 they’ve got gadgets to match their boundless verbage! email@example.com on at I couldn’t even figure it out by cheating. All I could find was that it has something to do with eggs. What’s the answer??