Schmuddelwetter

Since I’ve started learning German the word I’ve come to love most is Schmuddelwetter. The word means grubby weather or dirty weather. I love how the word sounds more or less like what it describes. I like it much less when there actually is Schmuddelwetter.

But even then, there is opportunity for pictures.

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