Officially dating a German girl who lives in Canada. Her parents run an international business so they're somewhat wealthy. Unfortunately I don't speak German and I haven't met her parents yet. Give me some things I can say to impress them. This is all I know:
Oh mein gott! Ihre Tochter ist der schönste Mädchen in der Welt.
>der schönste Mädchen in der Welt.
also just b urself.
You'll insult them if you try to speak to them in their native language, despite they obviously managed to integrate well.
>you will never fall for a Spaghetti Tier bait on a vietnamese pottery forum that lead to the moment where you have to explain to your gf's dad what a bugchaserc*ckold is.
say them that you woreship german culture (beethoven, goethe (you MUST mention that his major work ("Faust 1") can today be interpreted as an anti-capitalism book) , brecht(!),...), love scandinavia and that you are a great critic of the foreign politics of the u.s.
of course you also have to mention how important the green party and sustainable energy is for the modernisation of the german society.
all germans who go to canada are leftis. they see canada as the better america the same way they see sweden as the better germany.
Well, if you really want to impress them by learning memes on the internet, here you go:
Guten Tag, schön Sie kennen zu lernen = Good day, nice to meet you
Sie haben ein sehr schönes Haus = You have a nice house/home
Deutsche Sprache, schwere Sprache = A proverb, meaning that German is hard to learn
Darf ich "Du" zu Ihnen sagen = We Germans have this thing about using singular "you" as a polite, professional word (Sie, as above) or as a more intimate, friendly one (Du). Closes the distance, change every Sie above in Du if they agree.
Should be enough for a first impression