August MacGregor

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How to Talk Dirty (and Romantic) in German

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Have you ever wanted to talk dirty in another language? Would you like to expand your knowledge of German past kindergarten and biergarten?

Then you’ve come to the right place!

Here are some words and phrases for talking dirty in German. Also for talking romantic, too. Because love is whispering sweet nothings in your lover’s ear — and it’s crying out in pleasure.

Bavarian Beauty cover

Some of these are used in my erotic and romantic novel, Bavarian Beauty, available as an ebook at Amazon (click text link or on the image of the front cover). Just 99 cents, for a limited time!

First, let’s get to the romance:

Ich liebe dich = I love you
Liebling = sweetheart, darling, favorite
Schatz = treasure, sweetheart
Betthäschen = bed bunny
Küss mich! = Kiss me!
Du bist meine Knuddelbär = You are my cuddlebear

How about if you want to compliment a lady? Either a loved one, or for a pick-up line — and these are from StreetTalkSavvy.com:

schöne = pretty, beautiful
wunderschön = beautiful and wonderful
Du hast wünderschöne Augen = You have beautiful eyes
Du hast schöne Beine = You have beautiful legs
Du hast einen schönen Po = You have a nice ass
Du hast schöne Brüste = You have beautiful breasts

Finally, the naughty stuff:

Gehen wir ins Bett = Let’s go to bed
Lass uns ficken = Let’s fuck
Fick mich härter! = Fuck me harder!
Ich liebe deine Muschi = I love your pussy
Ich liebe deinen Schwanz = I love your cock

*Schwanz makes me think of Mel Brooks’ movies… I had to look it up, and it’s in Young Frankenstein:

      Dr. Frederick Frankenstein: For the experiment to be a success, all of the body parts must be enlarged.
      Inga: In other vords: his veins, his feet, his hands, his organs vould all have to be increased in size.
      Dr. Frederick Frankenstein: Exactly.
      Inga: He vould have an enormous schwanzstucker.
      Dr. Frederick Frankenstein: That goes without saying.
      Inga: Voof.
      Igor: He’s going to be very popular.

Mel Brooks is flat-out brilliant — this was quoted from IMDB.

Back to the naughty phrases:

Ich möchte euch schmecken = I want to taste you
Futzä-Schläcker = from The Alternative Swiss German Dictionary: “‘cunt-licker,’ the handy small-size dog that is sitting on Ladies knees all day long.”
Schwanzlutscher = cock sucker
Sie fühlen sich wunderbar = You feel wonderful
Was für ein Orgasmus! = What an orgasm!

For your listening pleasure, head on over to Google translate and type in a phrase, then click the speak button to hear these said aloud (it’s the little speaker button in the bottom right corner of the boxes where you type in a phrase).

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Author: augustmacgregor

I'm a writer of erotica and romantic fiction.

16 thoughts on “How to Talk Dirty (and Romantic) in German

  1. ACH ! It is such a romantic sounding language. 😀

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  2. Listening to German words always makes me giggle!

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  3. … or you could try a question that comes in handy sometimes – “schlafen zusammen?”

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  5. hi, I’m german, so of course I have a lot more 😛 how about that: “Spreitz deine Beine!” Means: “spread your legs!” ok, one more, hope it’s not too extreme… “Du dreckige Schlampe” = “you dirty slut”

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  6. My guy loved me talking dirty to him! Especially in German!

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  7. wish my hot german bf would say these phrases to me but he doesnt love me to the point he would want to do them! TT

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  8. Ich möchte euch schmecken = I want to taste you
    WRONG!
    Right translation: Ich möchte dich schmecken.

    Schwanzlutscher = cock sucker
    This is an insult.

    Sie fühlen sich wunderbar = You feel wonderful
    WRONG
    -> Du fühlst dich wunderbar an.
    Bettet: Du fühlst dich so gut an.

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  9. You would not se Sie in this cases, you should use du since you’re having sex it shouldn’t be formal. Also euch is you in the sense of more than one Person, so in a three way Situation. I’m German and i think English is a sexier language in the bedroom (:

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    • Thanks for your wisdom with the language. I agree that it’s better to not be formal in this situation! And to include language that means just one person, not a few of them. Thanks again!

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