As Simon notes, there are occasional German speaking contributors to this forum.
On the subject of German language –
In an attempt to understand German culture I once started a conversation on this subject with a Luxembourgian poster (Greetings Max !) only to be rapidly informed that Luxenbourg was already very happy with its own language etc ( see thread http://www.ifsqn.com...topic=4657&st=0
In case you are feeling lonely for German, I found this, IMO, quite amusing German (probably) website favourably analysing yr humour in comparison to other Nations with some clever examples even if mainly of the “silly” variety (believe Monty Python was very popular in yr area?) – http://www.german-jokes.com/why.html
I tried the “special section for Americans Viewers” ( not bad ) and the Audio jokes (also not bad however every joke had at least one word which was difficult to understand due to the heavy German accent, possibly deliberate of course).
One gets the overall impression that German humour is not very sophisticated, intentionally or otherwise though I daresay you don’t agree ? About the only knowledge I have of German is that if the verb is not visible at the end of the sentence, time to give translation up. Plus I was watching a TV detective program yesterday where someone asked – “What is the German for post-mortem ?”, you can guess the answer
Rgds / Charles.C