Germans Need Glasses

Glasses, also called eyeglasses or spectacles, are frames bearing lenses worn in front of the eyes, normally for vision correction, eye protection, or for protection from UV rays.

Myopia (from Greek: μυωπία myopia “near-sightedness”), also called near- or short-sightedness, is a refractive defect of the eye in which collimated light produces image focus in front of the retina when accommodation is relaxed.

The English noun fellatio comes from fellātus, which in Latin is the past participle of the verb fellāre, meaning to suck. In Fellatio the -us is replaced by the -io, an alternate form of the suffix -ion. The -ion or -io ending is used in English to create nouns from Latin adjectives and indicate a state or action wherein the Latin verb is being, or has been, performed.

Paris Hilton wears yellow undies

The term Yellow Pages refers to a telephone directory for businesses, categorized according to the product or service provided. As the name suggests, such directories are usually printed on yellow paper, as opposed to white pages for non-commercial listings. With the advent of the Internet, the traditional term “Yellow Pages” is now also applied to online directories of businesses.

Paris Whitney Hilton (born February 17, 1981) is an American celebutante, businesswoman, model, actress and recording artist. She is an heiress to a share of both the Hilton Hotel fortune and the real estate fortune of her father Richard Hilton. Hilton rose to fame around 2003, when her sex tape titled 1 Night in Paris appeared on the internet one week before the reality series The Simple Life began airing in December 2003.

Das Chicken Teriyaki Sandwich

Teriyaki (kanji: 照り焼き; hiragana: てりやき) is a cooking technique used in Japanese cuisine, wherein the foodstuffs are broiled or grilled in a sweet soy sauce marinade (tare in Japanese). Fish—yellowtail, marlin, skipjack tuna, salmon, trout, and mackerel—is the primary ingredient used in Japan, whereas meat—chicken meat, pork, and beef—is preferred in the West. Other ingredients that may be used in Japan include konjac and squid.

The 2001 book Fast Food Nation by Eric Schlosser criticizes Subway‘s franchising policies. It claims that in the 1990s, Subway was involved in many legal disputes with franchisees, usually over encroachment (overly aggressive expansion, in which two restaurants are so close in location that they end up competing with one another) and high royalties. The DFNV (German Franchisee organization) is very critical of Subway’s franchise conditions.

BMW Panty Remover

The 3 Series is BMW‘s entry-level luxury sedan, now in its fifth generation (E90). The car is also frequently attributed to BMW’s sales success and is a major volume production for the company.

Panties are undergarments. The term spread through American culture in the 1950s after women’s underwear became flashier and more colorful than traditional white cotton hygiene undergarments. Many people would agree there is a large cultural difference between typical underwear and panties, since the latter tends to carry different, more feminine influences.

Florence (Italian: Firenze) is the capital city of the region of Tuscany, Italy.

BMW Kinetic Sculptures

BMW (abbreviation of Bayerische Motoren Werke, or in English, Bavarian Motor Works), is an independent German company and manufacturer of automobiles and motorcycles.

Theo Jansen is an artist and kinetic sculptor living and working in Holland. He builds large works which resemble skeletons of animals which are able to walk using the wind on the beaches of the Netherlands. His animated works are a fusion of art and engineering. In a BMW television commercial, Jansen says “The walls between art and engineering exist only in our minds.”

Atari Video Computer Spiele

Atari continued to scoop up licenses during the shelf life of the 2600, the most prominent of which included Pac-Man and E.T. Public disappointment with these two titles and the market saturation of bad third-party titles are cited as big reasons for the video game crash of 1983. Suddenly, Atari’s growth meant it was losing massive amounts of money during the crash, at one point about $10,000 a day. Warner quickly grew tired of supporting the now-headless company, and started looking for buyers in 1984.