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  1. Stuff I need to ask an actual German:

    What is the difference between "Haferkleie" and "Haferflocken"

    about 7 months ago from web
    1. @drinkingpony "Haferkleie" is the stuff that remains in the sieve after sieving the ground oat (flour) like the shells and the outer layers of the oat seeds. "Haferflocken" is the oats being shaped into flakes (like corn flakes).

      about 7 months ago from web
      1. @adiwan Haferkleie is oat bran in English and Haferflocken is oat flakes in English as far as the online translators say.

        about 7 months ago from web
      2. @adiwan Sooo... basically like how chips can be pringles, but pringles can not be chips... Regardless... Sillystuff.

        about 7 months ago from web
        1. @drinkingpony It's more like whey and and pasteurized milk.

          about 7 months ago from web
          1. @adiwan And now I have to think of http://rainbowdash.net/url/875309

            Have fun laughing.

            about 7 months ago from web
            1. @drinkingpony So... Baby oil is made from babies?

              about 7 months ago from web
              1. @adiwan Oh come on, we both played that flash game back in 1999 or something.

                Google do not fail me now...

                Well I hope google bumps uglies with a cactus, duckduckgo gave me the thing I wanted in one ( misspelled ) try http://rainbowdash.net/url/875310

                Whow... 1356... that is a LOW number for newgrounds, that is for sure.

                about 7 months ago from web
              2. @adiwan It's in the name isn't it ?

                Is menthol powder made from menthol ?

                about 7 months ago from web