The Franconian dialect sometimes causes amusement - even among the Franks themselves. A CSU politician has now shared a sign for a hairdressing salon.
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Corona lockdown in Bavaria: hairdressing salons open again - FFP2 mask requirement applies
An FFP2 mask requirement * also applies to customers of hairdressing salons.
These have been allowed to reopen since Monday (March 1st), previously they had to remain closed since December due to the corona lockdown *.
Often signs or notes at the entrance point out that a mask is required.
CSU politician posts sign from hair salon: "Hach, Franken!"
But a small spelling mistake crept into the sign of a shop in Franconia, which probably goes back to the dialect.
are often pronounced "soft" - that is,
This also happened with the sign of a hairdressing salon that politician Dorothee Bär (CSU) posted on Twitter.
On it to read: “Caution.
No access to the hairdressing salon without an
The actually “hard” b (p) became a soft “b” (b).
Bär comments on the post with the words “Hach, Franken”, plus a heart and the hashtag Heimatliebe.
Bär is Minister of State in the Federal Chancellery for Digitization - and was born in Franconia, more precisely in Bamberg.
However, it is not known where the picture was taken.
♥ ️ #heimatliebe pic.twitter.com/prMzP9Sr2J
- Dorothee Bär (@DoroBaer) March 2, 2021
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Hairdressing sign for the FFP2 mask requirement cheers the network: "It took etzadla ..."
“I've probably been living in Franconia for too long.
It took etzadla until I discovered the soft B ... Almighty, "commented a woman on Bear's tweet.
“I don't see the problem,” said another commentator.
A famous Franconian, who is often ridiculed for his dialect, is also mentioned in the comments: “I was only allowed to live there for 4.5 years and still love the accent today!
Or when Lothar Matthäus praises the team's bass accuracy again on Sky! "
Satirist Jan Böhmermann (ZDF) also shared Dorothee Bär's tweet - but without writing a comment.
But numerous other people have done that.
81 comments can be found under the CSU politician's tweet.
3080 clicked "Like", 155 shared the tweet (as of March 2, 4:20 pm)
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