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Gaudiwurm moves through Moorenweis

2024-02-12T13:55:21.740Z

Highlights: Gaudiwurm moves through Moorenweis. Thousands of visitors watched as the Gaudiwirm made its rounds through the town twice. 55 imaginative groups made the parade a real highlight for thousands of visitors. In the end, René Löfflath drew a positive conclusion for the organizers from TSV MoorenWeis. "We are satisfied. We were especially lucky with the weather," he said. In spite of gray clouds, it only rained sweets throughout the entire procession.



As of: February 12, 2024, 2:41 p.m

By: Ulrike Osman

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55 imaginative groups made the Moorenweiser carnival procession a real highlight.

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Moorenweis – 55 imaginative groups made the Moorenweiser carnival procession a real highlight.

Thousands of visitors watched as the Gaudiwurm made up of walking groups and themed floats made its rounds through the town twice.

At the front, TSV chairman Hubert Leib welcomed the visitors over loudspeakers.

Led by three skilled penny-farthing riders and “shame poor” in old-fashioned uniforms, the first part of the procession belonged to the foot groups, who came up with highly creative ideas.

Bedbugs and cockroaches

For example with bed bugs.

Inspired by a plague of unwanted insects in hotel beds during Paris Fashion Week last fall, the Moorenweiser Scheidl family built themselves a correspondingly decorated bed.

It was pulled by a replica giant bug, powered by the engine of a lawnmower bulldog and accompanied by the question of whether the athletes at the 2024 Olympics will also have to deal with bedbugs?

Who knows.

In any case, the Scheidls and their friends weren't cold in their padded cockroach costumes.

Predict the future

The neighborhood help workers dressed up as fortune tellers in black robes and gold-colored scarves.

An oversized glass ball was also a must.

“Because we don’t know what will happen next with care and what our future looks like,” said Gerti Riedl-Steininger, explaining the choice of topic.

But they don't want to let that spoil their mood, especially since the club is celebrating an anniversary this year - it's 40 years old.

Stefanie Vogt from Dünzelbach and her friends discovered a rusty ship's swing months ago in an acquaintance's garden.

Perfectly prepared and painted, the swing became a real eye-catcher on the “Dünzelbacher Kobolds” Pumuckl wagon, especially since a “Master Eder” dared to swing high in it.

Politics gets rid of fat

Politics also got its fat removed - from the traffic lights to the local town hall.

The members of the Reserv Bar Club (RBC) had transformed themselves into candles with red capes and yellow headgear and were pulling a “mobile enlightenment station” behind them because “the politicians in our place are not the brightest candles on the cake.”

Among other things, the demolition of the old school was alluded to.

Meanwhile, a private group led by deputy mayor Rudi Keckeis was dealing with the issue of gender, from which even the seven dwarves in the deep forest are no longer safe.

The town hall deputy had dressed up as Snow White, sorry, “Gender White”, and his wife Martina had dressed up as an evil stepmother.

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Positive balance

With a deceptively realistic replica of an S-Bahn carriage, the Catholic Boys' Association (KBV) Moorenweis complained about another current annoyance - the many train delays ("If your life always goes according to plan, you rarely take the Deutsche Bahn").

In the end, René Löfflath drew a positive conclusion for the organizers from TSV Moorenweis.

"We are satisfied.

We were especially lucky with the weather.” In fact, despite gray clouds, it only rained sweets throughout the entire procession.

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Source: merkur

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