Do You Want Fries with That?

Thursday I was worried, since I hadn’t found a good Six Word Saturday photo yet. Then, driving Eagle home from school, there was the answer parked on East Washington Avenue. The Wienermobile!

¿Quieres papas fritas con esta (salchica)?

El jueves estaba preocupada, porque no había encontrado una foto buena para el sábado en seis palabras todavía. Entonces, llevando a Eagle a casa después de la escuela, encontré la respuesta estacionada en la Avenida East Washington. El Wienermobile (¡el auto salchicha!)

Dog on the Street/Comida de la calle Photo: R. Cuningham

From the front, the Wienermobile reminds me of a bug, perhaps a caterpillar.

De la frente, el auto salchica me parece como un insecto, quizás una oruga.

Front View/Vista de la frente Photo: R. Cuningham

Backing this baby up could be mighty challenging!

Ir para atrás en el auto salchicha ¡sería un desafío alarmante!

Caboose/El trasero Photo: R. Cuningham

When I finished taking the next photo, a tour group came out of the building and entered the Weinermobile. Could we go on a tour one day? I wonder what kind of license I’d need to drive one of these? Could we rent one for a mobile party? (under investigation)

Cuando terminé de tomar la foto siguiente, un grupo de recorrido salió del edificio y entró en el auto salchicha. ¿Podríamos hacer un recorrido en el auto salchicha algún día? Me pregunto ¿qué tipo de carnet de conducir se requiere para manejar uno de estos? Se puede alquilar uno para una fiesta andante? (bajo investigación)

Wienermobile reflection/Reflejo del auto salchicha Photo: R. Cuningham

Ready to roll?

¿List@ para rodar?

¡Olé! –Rebecca

This is part of Debbie’s Six Word Saturday. Click on the challenge name for some great photos! 

Este artículo es parte de Debbie’s Six Word Saturday  (los sábados en 6 palabras). Haz un clic en el nombre del reto para ver unas fotos maravillosas.

Rebecca Cuningham

35 thoughts on “Do You Want Fries with That?

    1. Yes, Britta, I think we’d need the wonders of German compound words like Fahrvergnugen (driving enjoyment), Glückspilz (lucky person), bemerkenswert (Worthy of remark). That was me depending on an e-dictionary. Or we could rely on your expertise to suggest a few. 🙂

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      1. Actually, I might write a blog about German compound words in the not too distant future. The Wienermobile proves to be quite an inspiration! I’ve got a kitchen gadget which is called ‘Eierschalensollbruchstellenverursacher’, now how’s that for a monster compound?

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      2. All will be revealed in due course… My Eierschalensollbruchstellenverursacher… well, I need to take a picture, to do it justice. Will blog about it soon. All inspired by your Wienermobile. Who would have thought… One blog leads to another.

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  1. I think fries might be overkill for me, as I usually am pretty full after one hot dog (especially if it’s loaded with condiments!). But I can’t say no if the opportunity arises! 😉

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