Anybody read German? I ran this thru google translate and got nothing useful.

SaltyNuts

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Hohe = ho, like as we know it, whore

qualitatserntem = the original maker (in this case the original maker of this thread, the context is clear)

durch = in the sense

superphosphat = I'm not going to type this, too bad, but let's just say, "super non-normal, sexuality wise"...

am-sup = and more
 
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uclaLabrat

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No clue what "Hone" translates as. Sounds like basically "quality harvest through super-phosphate am.-sup."

Edit: duh it's "hohe", not hone...translates as height. High quality?

And I have no clue what am-sup means. To me it means basically quality assured through their process, referring to the metallurgy.
 

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never mind. i get tired of explaining to people why they're so fucking stupid and hostile. its a pointless endeavor.
 
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BoomerD

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am-sup-ka = Ammoniated superphosphate...
narke is a mining region in Sweden...what that means relative to this...? It's also some kind of electric ray. (fish) and an electric jet ski.
durch = by
qualitats = quality
ernten = to harvest
So...
height quality to harvest by Ammoniated superphosphate

probably a fertilizer sales trinket.
 
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SaltyNuts

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And Shorty wonders why nearly everyone dislikes him.
LOL, who was he replying to with that? He was ON FIRE!!! Chill dude, its just an internet forum. These dorks troll me 1000 times harder than they troll you, and I just take it and laugh it off LOL. You don't have a sense of humor, you won't survive around here. Or if you are anything other than a total dork like all the others on here besides me LOL...
 

dasherHampton

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It does say "high quality harvest" through the use of "superphosphate". Superphosphate was evidently the first chemical fertilizer, first produced in the mid 1800's.

I think the deduction that it is a fertilizer company's promotional trinket is probably correct. Could have some value, I guess, if its a rare item.
 

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