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Schlüpfer translates to “panties”. Not sure why she has it as “schlüpper” in big letters – maybe slang.
She has it correctly written along the top:
Hast du einen Schlüpfer für Emma gekauft? Emma ist 12.
= Have you bought panties for Emma? Emma is 12.
This is really more than I want to know about panty shopping but, I have to say, her illustrations are amazing.
It’s a colloquial form common to many regions in Germany, so it fits… (like the briefs themselves, hopefully). ;-)
“Type Sandwiches” I see the fonts, but where is the art? Please explain if worth
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