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Definition funny of Koesters:
A free spirited person of Germanic descent who really enjoys a good time with friends and copious amounts of alcohol. Koesters are known also for being very stubborn, but are also very loyal to those they care about - often getting into fights because of these two reasons. They spend lots of time involved in various hobbies and outdoor sports, including but not limited to: bowling, fishing, hunting, camping, ATV riding, mudding in trucks and shotgunning beer. Additionally, all Koesters are horny bastards that are relentless in the pursuit of sex.
ex. 1 - While out at the Sportsmens' Club last weekend, I ran into a bunch of Koesters shooting clay birds. ex. 2 - Those Koesters have been bowling since they could push a ball down the lane. ex. 3 - God you are such a Koester, you drunk bastard!!! Why can't you ever see things my way? ex. 4 - Ever since I started dating a Koester, we've been going at it like rabbits! He's like the Energizer Bunny!!!
Songs about Koesters:
Inchromes (feat. Sebastian Gramss & Frederik Köster) by Heiner d'Alquen from the Album Inchromes
Koester by The Imperial Orgy from the Album The Sexual Revolution Is Not Over!
Koester De Hoer by Ricky De Sire from the Album Personage
Last Touch (feat. Charlie Koester) by Jan Hammond from the Album Connected
Life Goes By (Felix Stolzenberger & Stefan Koester Remix) by Carlo Ruetz from the Album Future Minimal Classics Vol 3
Life Goes By (Felix Stolzenberger & Stefan Koester Remix) by Carlo Ruetz from the Album Minimal Compilation Series Vol. 1
Life Goes By (Felix Stolzenberger & Stefan Koester Remix) by Carlo Ruetz from the Album Life Goes
Books about Koesters:
Dietrich Bonhoeffer and Arnold Köster: Two Distinct Voices in the Midst of Germany's Third Reich Turmoil by Paul Spanring and Keith W. Clements (Oct 22, 2013)
Joachim Koester - Of Spirits And Empty Spaces by Thomas Caron (Jul 16, 2014)
Koester: Webster's Timeline History, 1724 - 2007 by Philip M. Parker (Jun 3, 2008)
Koester.(97 Show in Print)(Company Profile): An article from: Nonwovens Industry (Jun 1, 2005)
The Fabric of Early Christianity: Reflections in Honor of Helmut Koester by Fifty Years of Harvard Students by James D., III Smith (Jan 1, 2007)
The Future of Early Christianity: Essays in Honor of Helmut Koester by Birger A. Pearson (Nov 1991)
Intercultural Competence (text only) 6th (Sixth) edition by M. W. Lustig, J. Koester by J. Koester M. W. Lustig (2009)