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comment Derogatory word for someone who wears glasses
@Medi1Saif Yes, because "fressen" is what animals do (quickly gobble down/up their food). More elegant words for this beastly expression could be "devour" or "gorge". The "Fresse" is the thing that does the "fressen". Literally your mouth-figuratively your face. Austrians also tend to use Gosche for mouth. "Halt die Goschen." <- Careful ;) Lei beim Schipfen.
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comment Derogatory word for someone who wears glasses
I would translate Fensterfresser as <window gobbler> haha great
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