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#7 - anon
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(07/19/2013) [-]
Chefke? I've never seen or heard of anyone in Belgium named like this.
Jefke... maybe.
User avatar #8 to #7 - screencleaner [OP]
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(07/19/2013) [-]
Friend of mine from Belgium is named Chef, I added "ke" behind it to make it sound a little more Belgian. Chef comes from "Joseph" btw.

Chefke sounded Flemish to me and Heinrich sounded German to me, so that's why.
#136 to #8 - anon
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(10/27/2015) [-]
and actually you would need to say: Jefke

chef is like the boss of something, even in Flanders were, at that time, french was still the communication language in the army (Et pour les Flaments, la meme chose) ;)
#11 to #8 - anon
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(07/19/2013) [-]
Yeah me neither, but hey these days who knows.
But the more common name is Jeff.
Also belgian and germans were kinda bro's until versaille, they even offer flemish soldiers to cross over without being shot, this was while they were winning ofc. Because the first few years of the war they were winning big time! There hadn't been a foreign boot on German soil, and then the money flow ran out.
User avatar #9 to #8 - thearchitectt
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(07/19/2013) [-]
never heard of a guy from my country named chef