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Calvin & Habs
This one's a real game of cat and mouse.
The moral of the story: don’t be in a German fairytale
It's probably something like, "don't enter into a partnership with somebody who doesn't need you, because they're going to take advantage of you."
Hansel und gretal wurden deutsch
Im german ;-;
The last line in that story is literally "and that's how the world is". Most interesting but aimless story I read in high school
@soumaro Yeah. Like US university students, they have "safe zones" and some other bullshit. Dont be mean to somebody only for the sake to be mean but people need to toughen up a bit.
@Not Rather yeah thinking in 2 extremes is never a good idea
@soumaro Yeah. I dont know why MOST of childrens movies are just about somebody that could never get hurt and there is only one evil and everyone else fighst against him. Add some shades even children. They shouldnt raise up with only "good or evil" concept.
@Not Rather yup. money, power and fame are the biggest plaques on this planet
@soumaro Especially the ones that has the power to destroy you
Moral of the story: Don’t share your fat with a cat, if you’re a rat
It was a mouse not a rat
And here is your pat
Let's get this pinned
Bars litter than busta rhymes
The, "it was you." the pure sound of betrayal is something I will never get over.
The moral is: “If someone tells you they are going to a baptism, don’t be friends with them anymore.” Respond to this moral how you will, I’m just the messenger.
@Sebastian Sebastian I love it when people eat me eughhh~
@Sebastian Sebastian ayo?
@Sebastian Sebastian ...out?
Moral of the story is don't eat your friends food or they eat you out
@LongSchlong Silver why does she hate u
The moral is: “Never trust someone who can easily screw up your life, they’ll have no regard for your well being as they have power over you” The cat is definitely the stronger character here and the mouse wanted to make things even by sharing. The cat didn’t see the mouse as any equal to him and disregarded therefor any prior engagement with the weaker partner. Furthermore, to bring the tale to a dramatic German conclusion, there has to be a character dying or close too at least, so the cat goes after the mouse
@OrangeLake_Playz that's a fucking clever way to weasel yourself out of any criticism that might come your way 👍 Think about it, when what you said can be interpreted in a million ways, you can always claim that your critics misunderstood you 👍
Ooohhh, I see...
@فادي أكبر I think, that the cat is atheist is kind of a hint, that the cat is bad. I do think that, because germany was a christian country when these stories came up.
@Ariel Harmony See that makes sense IN CONTEXT. I just hated it because it clashes with the Formula typical of these stories.
I love how he actually has a computer mouse tapped to his chest
If you find this moral weird, you should definitely try "the scorpion and the frog"!
Funny, there's a Finnish saying: "Kissanristiäiset" 😂 Kissa is a cat, ristiäiset means baptism 😁 "Kissanristiäiset" is a word used for an event that is boring, useless or meaningless.
Luulisi että kissan heittäminen veteen olisi kiinnostavampaa kuin lapsen.
Kissat ovat salakavalia otuksia
Kiva en ite tienny.
I love how the mouse DEFINITELY looks like a mouse
I’ve actually read this story in a book of Grimms Fairytales I have- makes sense considering all the stories are German lol.
I FOLLOWED THE SAME REASONING LINE LMAO
The moral will probably be smtn like: "Don't deplete your resources," and/or "Don't be too easy of trusting."
the moral is probably something like "don't trust predators", as in a way that you shouldn't trust someone who hurts others
@Virtualplayer interesting, in my country we say “trust but verify/ check”
@Virtualplayer Important to note is that it's control in the sense of verification, not having power over another.
In Germany we say „trust is good, control is better“
I read this in a book as a young child, and I absolutely LOVED IT
Oh gosh I remember being little and reading this story in Grim brothers' fairytales' book complication in a camp. That was incredible just despite an ending :)
Real moral: Don't enter into one sided partnerships where you're entirely reliant on it and your partner is not.
That's exactly what I thought
damn this hurts😭
this is like a combination of two different stories i heard/saw when i was younger. one is known as "the grasshopper and the ant", where the ant/mouse is preparing for winter and the grasshopper/cat doesn't. the other story is easily found under the name "the scorpion and the frog", where the frog/mouse is betrayed by the scorpion/cat and they both die. still a better story than twilight lol jk
my mom used to tell me this story I loved it so much 😭✨✨
I remember reading this fairytale when i was younger and in that version the cat went to three "baptisms" and ate a bit of the fat each time and when the mouse asked what the name of the child were it answered "skin off" "half empty" and "quite empty" I remember that book traumatized me a bit
Morals to take from this: Always be prepared Don't put all your eggs in one basket Always have a back up
The lesson is if you know someone is predatory or has a past of hurting people, do not trust them with your resources or count on them to help in hard times. Take care of yourself first, many people you know will screw you over just to help themselves, if they can get away with it.
The world is a dark place, full of betrayal, and murder........ Ok then, goodnight.. sweet dreams.
@ODETHIOUS don't know about you but I bet mayn kids would unterstand it
Ah, good ol' Grimm. Remember reading these at 7 years old, defenitly wasn't traumatized.
I read this story in my grimes fairytales book, it was actually described pretty much exactly like this.
As a German, I find this very relatable 👏😔
you should do more of those adaptations. I love them!
Moral: Don't trust anyone known to kill and eat you. Even if they say they are a good person.
Don't trust anyone and be greedy
Speciesism in my book. Cats aren't always bad
@Atillatzke plus not all cats like eating mice
@Atillatzke yes and guess what it would be when applied to humans
@Darrow Green prejudice is assuming or expecting something while here in this case its not really a prejudice to believe that cats eat mice but a known fact.
This man really bought those maid dress cat ears and i respect it
I have CDs of a lot of German fairy tales like this, I remember this one too: So the context for the „baptism“ the cat goes to is that the cat & mouse store the fat in the church because stealing in church is a very bad sin. But the cat‘s greed causes him to make up excuses to go to church on three occasions, one being a wedding, a baptism and a third that I don’t remember. So the cat is not only secretly stealing their fat, it is also doing it inside of a church. Poor mouse :/
I just can't help but notice how much more fun the guy playing the mouse is having compared to the cat. Give him an Oscar!!
I actually know this one out of all of them. The cat went for baptisms because they hid the fat under the floorboards in a church and said they named the kittens something like: •Almost full •half done •all gone The real moral was: Don’t trust people.
Moral: Trust nobody, not even Squidward's House...
@Oh look it’s me ohhhhhh ok
@Alsc123 like the song, u know, I wasn’t telling u to go away
@Oh look it’s me no
@Alsc123 go AwaYyyY
Moral: “It’s a cat. Everyone knows that it’s in the nature of a cat, to be a fucking asshole.”
Little did the cat know the mouse was a Maus
@Kat. thats not true at all. Cats don’t demand you to treat them equal, they demand you to be their servant
@Kat. Depends on the cat and the dog. Cats like to be babied sometimes too.
@Kat. Bruh it's not that deep lmao
If you cannot handle a cat, then you cannot handle a human either. Cats - unlike dogs - are known to be less agreeable. They demand you to regard them as equals and you're more likely to be screwed if you do not know how to set boundaries in their ways and communicate in their ways. Dogs are closer to children in terms of behaviour. Cats are closer to adults in behaviour. Dogs will require you to be a proper leader who regards their needs. Cats need you to be a respectful team player and either follow lead or know how to negotiate.
I read this story book as a kid and loved it lmao
I remember reading this story, the mouse also asked if someone was going to be named after him. 😂 Good English teacher likes giving us random stories to read. Only messed up stories we're allowed is as far as German nothing else.
In the version I read, the mouse asked the name of each baptized kitten, in which the cat replied: Top Off, Half Gone, & Clean Gone. This was obviously in relation to how much fat the cat had eaten. And somehow, the mouse didn't find this suspicious at all 🤷♀️
This is like the darkest tale of Tom and Jerry
This is the Tom and Jerry live action ending.
@You’re 100% right, but are you talking about "darker"?
@Iax Moe Slem nobody says thar either
@Ana Rodrigues yeah, I said that...I said more than that...also "more dark"? Nobody says thar it's "darker" come on!
German fairytales is literally the dreams i had when i was small😭
I know there is some implied lesson we can make off but the guys’ confused expression 🤷♂️ was hilarious
As a German I can confirm this is how most of our fairytales go
I was actually told this one when I was young. I had no idea it had German origins. iirc, the moral for me was "don't trust people too easily"
This is actually a Grimm's Fairy Tale! The cat goes to three "baptisms" and the mouse asks the names of the babies that were baptized each time, which the cat replies "quarter gone", " half full" and "all gone" (I believe, this is off memory). Eventually the mouse puts two and two together, but too late, because the cat eats her.
So the moral of the story is don't trust anybody
@Playful Poppy Gaming ^^
@Dims Dew I believe they were German as well!
@Dims Dew They never said that it wasn't German, they just gave more context....
and what nationality were the grimms?
Wtf. I just bought the Brothers Grimm 101 Fairy Tales book. This is the second story in it. It literally ends with the cat threatening the mouse to say something and die. The mouse, being in the middle of the sentence, says another word and the cat pounces on her and eats her. The last sentence is literally, “And that is the way of the world.” Holy shit Germany. These stories have the worst morals. Shit like don’t trust anyone and liars often prosper, and other insightful things like honor your deals and promises, even begrudgingly, and you shall be rewarded.
As a german, i can confirm this happens every day
this goes to one of my "favourite videos" playlist because GODDAMMIT IT'S EASY TO MAKE ME LAUGH
I love how he put a mouse on the mouse 😂
I don't know why but Calvin saying "let's buy a bowl of fat" is so adorable to me
A bowl of fet is what i heard
Oh a "BOWL of fat" I was so confused I thought he said "Ball" and I was like "can you buy literal balls of fat in Germany? Is that a thing?"
Are we not going to appreciate how the clever printout of a jpeg to represent the mouse? It is most ironic.
I remember reading something similar to this from a collection called aesop's fables didn't know it was actually a german kids tale
I love the mouse he has sticked to his shirt 😂
I've actually heard of this story before, but I never knew it was German fable
The original ending was... "because this is truly the way of things" A harsh lesson for kids in the middle ages.
"Life is suffering. None can be trusted, especially your friends. Sleep now, Gunter."
My fiancé and I say this lesson often, the translation we have is “And that is the way of the world”
Trust no one, not even your close friends, I guess.
So this is real German folklore?!
@Bannari Yes, i too remember living in the 1800s
"Everybody knows cats are atheists" it's true they do not follow any god from what I wake up to ;-;
I’ve known this story since I was little, I didn’t know it was German! 😁
It's incredible how many german stories I've heard in danish as a kid without even knowing they were german.
The moral of the story: Don't have roommates, they will eat your food
This was actually one I was familiar with, for a change! Poor mouse. I guess the moral is that you don't trust your roommates? 🤷♂️
I like how german fairy tales are like depressing noir movies, where the story has internal consistency, but not a moral
It’s nice to see older gay couples like y’all find ways to spice up your relationship.
There’s tons of fairy tale stories like this around the world, like “the Scorpion and the Frog” from Aesop. They all have the same message, “we all have innate natures, and for some people, it’s that they’re innately assholes, so theres no point trying to work with them.”
There’s a lot of stories that are basically just “don’t be too trusting, there’s a lot of predators out there.” The Spider And The Fly is another one like that.
Huh yeah and also the Scorpion and the frog woahh that's weird o_o
I remember reading a picture book of this and just being like “😄cool.”
Heard this story on the podcast “Grimm Reading” Awesome podcast highly recommend
That last “ja” was so menacing💀
all I could hear was nyaaa
"However we try to change predetermined attitudes by being civilized there will always be a chance that a cat it's just a cat."
This is one I've actually read. 👍 The moral is, keep an eye on your cat, especially if you're a mouse. 👁️👁️
But I’m a human!
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I think the moral of the story here is to "pick your friends carefully, cause they will backstab you in your time of needs"
I loved that story as a kid-😀
The fact they had to buy Neko ears to make this is amazing- 💀 (or have them laying around 📮)
Omg I remember reading this in my Grimm original fairytales book!
I never thought i would enjoy seeing him in cat ears
His reaction is truly german, the shoulder move, the look on his face. When it comes to kids, not everything makes sense. Maybe the confused Kids brain is more open for our effiency and fact fetish when they grow up but who knows for sure?!
I've actually read this story when I was 10 it was ok the cat made up three little kitties and called them almost full, half way, all gone... then ate him!
"so the moral of the story is... what?" Ikr, feels like daddy had enough with bedtime story telling
It's exactly like a Russian fairy tale, except there's a fox, a wolf and a bear, and the fox goes to baptisms three times, and each time they ask 'what did they call the baby', and the fox is like 'oh, the beginning', 'the middle part' and 'the rest of it' lol, and then when the fox is discovered, it tries to pin the blame on the others but dies instead. 👌
I've read a Spanish version too, although it's not popular here
Yes! I had a hoot watching this video. I have a book with old tales in it, and this tale of the cat & the mouse is in there too. But I can only imagine that they cut the part of the names out because a short needs to be... Well... Short
It's like the African folktale Wolf and Jackal and the barrel of butter. Jackal goes to visit a family each time a child is born and they are named first hoop, second hoop, etc. until the last one named "bottom of the barrel".
Absolutely same in Lithuania.
@Leah Webb Oh if I remember it right, this happened in the German fairytale too! It's been a long time since I read the cat and the mouse, but I'm pretty sure the cat said the same
They had this story at my school but it was a a baby being born each time the cat went three times and each time the mouse asked the name he said lid-off the first time half-gone the second time and the third time all-gone and when the mouse figured out the cat kicked him out of his house or he would eat him… freakin’ traumatizing
the moral of the story is never trust anyone. what a nice story
I read this story in a really big book that my dad got me when I was 8. Looking back I'm concerned that was what I was reading.
Wonderful. I’m so glad I’m German 😀
Pretty simple moral: don't trust somebody who wants to move in the first time you meet
*crys in lesbian*
@Yikes! Your Chunky Hostility has Arrived! Everybody knows that though
The mouse sounds like Mickey. I expected a "Hey Pluto!" the whole time
Definitely didn’t take me till the end of the video to realize they were different ppl💀💅🏻✨
Thats pretty much what Machiavelli says about alliances and treaties in "The Prince". Chapter XXI: "What a Prince Must Do to Be Esteemed". If you consider the time it was written (1812: Grimms) you will see that it tried to teach a major lesson. The Holy Roman Empire and its up to 300 (small-)states just exploded 6 years ago and a lot of minor german states went opportunistic. Napoleon tried to "seduce" them by guaranteeing them states or privilegies if they would start to fight for him. Main reason why Bavaria is this big today lol The fairytale wants to teach the people of said time that letting the cat (aka Napoleon) in for good wont bring any benefits - the cat will eat you later. Sorry for bad english :D
I remember my uncle telling me this story when I was small
The moral of the story: the prey can’t be outran nor caught via chase. You must be a predator in a German fairytale (For an easier game, make sure the prey has the iq of a kitchen shelf)
I feel like I've heard this before but instead of being eaten the mouse gets away and lives with his family I know I've heard or read it before as a kid
do the Juniper Tree please!! That is my favorite Grimm's fairy tale!!
I would like to purchase one of these talking German fairytale cats 🐱
I remember reading this! The cat used this same excuse three times, and each time the mouse asked the cat what the new kittens were christened. He said Top Off, Half Gone, and All Gone or something like that, after each respective sneaking out. XD
The moral of the story: dont embarass yourself like JellyBean. Its not a mistake, ✨its an MASTERPIECE!✨
I love that he just has a picture of a computer mouse taped on him LOL
Finally one my non-german self already knows (grimms thank you so much)
There's also the one about the snake and the farmer. A farmer tending his garden in the middle of a harsh snowless winter finds a snake bearly clinging on to life. Feeling pity for the snake, the farmer takes him in his house and place him near the fireplace to warm him. Come spring, the farmer goes into the garden, the snake wrapped up in a piece of cloth, to release him. But as soon as the snake touches the grass, he slither and bites the hand of the farmer. The farmer feeling the venom quickly rushing through his vains can barley utter a word but the snake can see in his eyes the complete incomprehension of the farmer. Why would the snake bite him after he saved him ? After he cared for him for months ? Why would he bite the hand that fed him ? And the snake crawled closer, close enough to whisper into the dying man's ears : " I'm just a huge prick. " And in that very moment, the farmer draw his last breath and the snake slithered away.
Moral of the story is to accept people's tendencies. A cat will eat a mouse, your girl will cheat again, your boss wil fire you. Be ready instead of investing everything in one person
PLEASE DO ONE WITH MAX UND MORITZ THAT'D BE SO LEGENDARY 😭
Maybe it’s “don’t trust cats as a mouse” that never seems to work out in fairy tales
The moral of the story is that there can be no trust when there's power dynamics in play. Also life sucks.
The picture of the computer mouse got me 😂
Bruh, how did I not even notice that 😂
the most shocking bit for me was at the end when it was revealed that there were two different people
The moral of the story is "IT'S GOOD TO HAVE TRUST ISSUES"
Ohh, I actually know this one! It has a Latvian version where the cat hides the fat in Christian Church
The moral is: Some people will really hurt you if you let them, be way of being taken advantage of. Pretty good actually!
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