Dinner for One

No New Year’s Eve without this one – ever!

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    1. So do I. It’s a New Year’s Eve ritual in Germany — runs on every local TV station, and they purposely broadcast it at different times so you can watch it several times per night if you want to! Or that used to be the rationale before there was YouTube, anyway …

    1. Brilliant, isn’t it? It’s a New Year’s Eve classic in Germany — oddly still largely unknown in the English speaking world, though the actors are English and they in fact did perform this stunt on stage in England before it was filmed for TV in Germany. — To us Germans, New Year’s Eve just isn’t New Year’s Eve without it, and everybody can practically speak the lines and make the gestures and movements along with them!

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