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May 1, 1852

On May 1, 1852, Jacob and Wilhelm Grimm published the first part of their German Dictionary, proving that the Germans have a word for everything. The pleasure you get from another’s misfortune, the Germans have a word for that. It’s called schadenfreude. The icky feeling of stepping in dog poop barefooted and having it squish … Continue reading

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