Germany vs Austria: Christop Waltz on the difference between Austrians and Germans Download

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  • Oct 29, 2013

  • Hollywood actor Christop Waltz, star of Quentin Tarantino's Inglourious Basterds and Django Unchained, explains the difference between Austrians and Germans. Although the interview is slightly tongue-in-cheek, Waltz is well qualified to make the comparison. He was born in Vienna, the product of a German-born father, Johannes Waltz, and Austrian-born mother, Elisabeth Urbancic, who were set and costume designers. As for St Martin Chalets, we love both Austrians AND Germans. We have many visitors from both countries every year, and we would find it very difficult to make a comparison. Honest! :) You can read about St Martin Chalets Austrian holiday resort here: http://holidaystoaustria.com/ oder, in Deutsch, hier: http://stmartinchalets.at Subscribe to the St Martin Chalets blog: http://www.holidaystoaustria.com/blog/ Like us on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/stmartinchal... Follow us on Twitter https://twitter.com/stmartinchalets Follow us on Google+ https://plus.google.com/b/11806041164... St Martin Chalets aim to offer the best self catering holidays in Austria by doing something a little bit different. As well as providing all kinds of free services for guests - from mountain guiding to pre-holiday shopping - the managers live on site, making sure everyone has everything they need from morning to night. [Video source: http://teamcoco.com]

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  • Igor Bednarski
    Igor Bednarski 9 months ago

    Austria's greatest achievement is convincing the world that Beethoven was Austrian and that Hitler was German

  • FIRE CUBES
    FIRE CUBES 7 months ago

    A german guy was peeing on a wall in public. A girl passed by.

  • GuyHeadbanger
    GuyHeadbanger 7 months ago

    German: "The situation is serious, but not hopeless."

  • Don R. Wetter
    Don R. Wetter 7 months ago

    The rest of the world: is to polite to be honest

  • Tony Stark
    Tony Stark 1 year ago

    2 Germans in a bar in London:

  • Who ?
    Who ? 7 months ago

    Of course germans don't have fun and humour anymore. Last time we had fun, the US and Great Britain had to help France.

  • BEBuch Webmaster
    BEBuch Webmaster 9 months ago

    imagine being Austrian and your last name is Waltz. it's like being American and your last name is O'Bese

  • Niklas Niklasson
    Niklas Niklasson 3 months ago

    German in the title?

  • Juppi Disco
    Juppi Disco 10 months ago

    the most famous Austrian was actually german and the most famous German was actually austrian....😜👋🏻

  • Ulrich Lehnhardt
    Ulrich Lehnhardt 5 years ago

    There is a difference in mentality. The Germans sent Beethoven to austria. The austrians sent Hitler to Germany.

  • Danklord1986
    Danklord1986 6 months ago

    "A bavarian is halfway between an Austrian and a human being". - Otto von Bismarck

  • Nightmareflamez
    Nightmareflamez 10 months ago

    Typical german humor:

  • Johannes Mauracher
    Johannes Mauracher 7 months ago

    I once talked to an American girl ,after a while she asked me where I am from, so I said I am from Austria, she then asked in which state that is 😂

  • Björn
    Björn 8 months ago

    I am german, heard it and didn't understand the joke. We don't laugh.

  • blablagame
    blablagame 7 months ago

    1:00

  • Arthur Miller
    Arthur Miller 5 months ago (edited)

    German Patron: “But Waiter, the coffee is cold!”

  • General Dickbutt
    General Dickbutt 8 months ago (edited)

    'Germany' AND 'Austria' in the title

  • abendrot
    abendrot 10 months ago

    If you have social anxiety come move to Germany - we all do

  • The Count of Kent
    The Count of Kent 4 months ago

    I like to think of Germans as the meticulous engineer, the Austrian, the demanding artist, and the Swiss, the time sensitive banker. All cousins that wish people don't confuse or compare them to each other.

  • Wilhelm II
    Wilhelm II 6 months ago

    I rule in Germany.