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The internet and mobile provider T-Mobile published a commercial in january of 2017 on Austrian radio stations in which Klingon was mentioned and spoken: The story of the clip is, that a woman learns Klingon, because her download is too slow. She also speaks one Klingon word. This clip is part of a current series of TV spots, in which the slogan "Wer wartet, kommt auf dumme Ideen" (Who waits, gets stupid ideas) is shown. The spot was produced by the Hamburger advertisement agency Jung von Matt.


Role Original text Translation
Speaker Wenn Emma warten muss, lernt sie Französisch. When Emma has to wait, she learns French.
Emma Bonjour! Bonjour!
Speaker Wenn Emma länger warten muss, lernt sie Klingonisch. When Emma has to wait for long, she learns Klingon.
Emma noch-näch! noch-nech! [most likely: nuqneH ]
Speaker Wer wartet, kommt auf dumme Ideen. Who waits, gets stupid ideas.
  (Rest of the spot is shortened)

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Category: Appearance    Latest edit: 06 Apr 2017, by KlingonTeacher    Created: 01 Mar 2017 by DirkSchlSser

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