urban

Definition funny of Spiesser:

urbanGerman: person who is a part of or aspires to the pursuit of middle class conformist comfort - nice house with a picket fence and a large car parked out front (and a fat retirement account). From a Medieval German name for a small weapon carried by middle-class townsfolk, adopted as a slur on the bourgoise by 19th century socialists.

urban"My parents are total Spiessers. So boring!" From an old German bank commercial: A hippy in a trailer park is making fun of his neighbors, who have just gotten a mortgage from the bank and will be moving into a proper house: "Spiessers!" His five-year-old daughter: "I want to be a 'Spiesser' when I grow up..."

songs

Songs about Spiesser:

songsDie Spießer by Klaus Hoffmann from the Album Wenn uns nur Liebe bleibt (Klaus Hoffmann Sing Jaq)

songsDie Spießer by Klaus Hoffmann from the Album Wenn uns nur Liebe bleibt (Hoffmann singt Jacques Brel)

songsDie Spießer (Les bourgeois) by Gottfried Schlögl from the Album Mane fahr' zua

songsLinke Spießer by Slime from the Album Alle gegen alle

songsLinke Spießer by Slime from the Album Live Pankehallen 21.01.1984

songsNachbarn, Spiesser by Normahl from the Album Ernst Ist Das Leben

songsOi Spiesser by Oiro from the Album Neon

books

Books about Spiesser:

booksDes Deutschen Spießers Wunderhorn (German Edition) by Gustav Meyrink (Apr 13, 2011)

booksSpiesser, Patrioten, Revolutionäre by Rudiger Bergien and Ralf Prove (Oct 25, 2010)

booksSei kein Spießer, sei katholisch! (German Edition) by Wilhelm Imkamp (Jun 24, 2013)

booksDer ewige Spießer (German Edition) by Odon von Horvat and Ödön von Horvath (Oct 11, 2011)

booksDer ewige Spießer. by Ödön von Horvath and Traugott. Krischke (Oct 1, 2001)

booksSpießer? by Wolfgang Friedl and Harry Krusche (Jan 1, 2002)

booksDer Ewige Spiesser (German Edition) by D. N. Von Horv Th and Odon Von Horvath (May 11, 2012)

wiki

Wiki information Spiesser:

Jacques Spiesser
Actor, Film actor, Person

Jacques Spiesser is a French actor born on 7 June 1947 in Angers.

Spiesser
Musical Recording, Canonical Version