You Clean What?! In The Shower? How Germans Start The Day 😆

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One of the most popular articles on this site? I’m surprised to say that it’s What Germans do on a Sunday. Following along with this theme, let’s talk about how Germans start the day. What does a typical early morning look like?

This may sound a little boring, but when told in the right way, this tale becomes fascinating and a little funny. I’m sure you can learn something new… Like I never considered cleaning random objects during my shower.

Keep reading to find out everything you need to know below!

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You Clean What?! In The Shower? How Germans Start The DayPin

In the video below, you’ll find a quick and humorous video about what Germans do in the morning from the time they wake up, until they leave the house, being careful not to talk to their neighbors more than once a week. 😂

There wasn’t much in this video that I wouldn’t have expected… Although I’ve never cleaned car parts in the shower before! I do love how practical this is though. 😂

Watch for yourself and see what you can learn. 👇

So what do you think? Is it like your morning? What’s different? Will you start cleaning car parts in the shower now?!

Want to learn more about German culture? Find our guide to what Germans have for breakfast here, things Germans do that are weird here and whether you can talk about WWII in Germany here. You can also find all our guides to German culture here

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