Does the dutch word from the movie Eurotrip “fluggaenkdechioebolsen” mean anything in english?

It's the "safe word" that they give one of the main characters when he enters the brothel

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    No I can assure you it doesn't mean anything in Dutch (or any other language for that matter).

    If you actually manage to type it literally then it has characters from all different language alphabets in Europe such as German, Scandanavian etc (and even the € symbol), so it's impossible to even pronounce, let alone translate

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    Does the dutch word from the movie Eurotrip "fluggaenkdechioebolsen" mean anything in english?

    It's the "safe word" that they give one of the main characters when he enters the brothel

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  • The word itself does not mean anything specific in English, although an American audience might find the word amusing for it length, variety of sounds, and a few syllables which as suggestive of an ancient anglo-saxon word which has been called "the Queen mother of all dirty words."

  • i dont know of such a dutch word.

  • that was so funny. I think it means 'bring in the ᴘᴇɴᴇтʀᴀтor!'

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