?. . Dutch brooder English sandwich Dutch aap English monkey Dutch brooder aap English urban legend. broodjeaap is dutch for urban legend. it presumably derives from a story about a sandwich maker allegedly using monkey meat. themoreyouknow.jpg
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User avatar #2 - teoferrazzi (11/24/2013) [+] (8 replies)
broodjeaap is dutch for urban legend.
it presumably derives from a story about a sandwich maker allegedly using monkey meat.
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#9 - acksl (11/25/2013) [+] (4 replies)
Broodje Bakpao
Broodje Bakpao
#32 - kanadetenshi (11/25/2013) [+] (2 replies)
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User avatar #17 to #7 - CrabFace (11/25/2013) [-]
Jij bent niet echt.
User avatar #21 - dinonator (11/25/2013) [+] (2 replies)
FJ is getting overrun by dutch people lately... **** im dutch myself but dutch guys are the biggest bandwagoners ever
#26 - firesky (11/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
In the Netherlands you don’t say “I love you”, but “kaas, klompen en wiet klootzak”, which translates to “Without you, I am nothing”. I think that’s so beautiful.
#24 - matralith (11/25/2013) [-]
The Netherlands mentioned on Funnyjunk
User avatar #11 - fckya ONLINE (11/25/2013) [-]
Dit is een broodje aap verhaal.
#28 - heyny (11/25/2013) [+] (1 reply)
User avatar #12 - rotiart (11/25/2013) [-]
Sandwich Monkey sounds more fun.
#35 - poontanglife (11/25/2013) [-]
As a dane who have friends in Amsterdam and can drive down there in about 6 hours, i can say that the Netherlands are ******* awesome, even if they sound like germans speaking while eating bread.
User avatar #31 - demonicdude (11/25/2013) [-]
The urban legend of the sandwich monkey... Has a nice ring to it. Would read it.
#27 - sigmatempus (11/25/2013) [-]
WAAROM, M´N NATIONALITEIT KRUIPT OOK ECHT WANNEER IK DIT ZIE.
WAAROM, M´N NATIONALITEIT KRUIPT OOK ECHT WANNEER IK DIT ZIE.

#13 - hugoalesto (11/25/2013) [-]
You gotta love our neighbours' language
User avatar #1 - randomserb (11/24/2013) [-]
Urban legend isn't quite correct. It rather translates to something like guff or baloney.
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