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Martin

@Stella:
Cindy is not of german origin. But as fashions come and go during the 1980's and 1990's it was in some areas and social groups fashionable to use american names like Cindy, Sandy, Mandy, .... The largest groups where the east Germans and many of the lower classes.

BTW: Stella is a latin name!

Ad astra,
Martin

Stella

Hmmm...I didn't know that Cindy is a German name.

jabgoe

the fact that zündi aus marzahn was mentioned by some american media is proof that zündi is comedy auf weltniveau. so you have to watch it. watch it! Oh du fröhliche ....

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