To those of you that have bought the book, thank you so much! It’s thanks to you dedicated fans that Mod R and I have finally made enough money to purchase our exclusive Rumsteen fan yacht, which will be used by the band to perform concerts in the middle of the Pacific Ocean in the late spring of 2015. (In case you missed the FAQ, we are the ghost writers for both Messer and In stillen Nächten. You’re welcome.)
Ramsten fan yacht passes can currently be purchased on LIFAD (members only!) for approximately €499. Members will have exclusive access to the hull of the ship while Mod R and I are fed grapes by the Ramstein dudes, and vice versa, while wearing sexy sailor costumes.
If you haven’t bought it yet, stop being a cheap asshole and go out and buy it already so we can buy more grapes.
I love your blog... Makes me laugh so hard :D XD
Thank you! That’s what were here for!
1000% True Rammfact of the Now
Olli lactates anti-aging retinol cream. It was originally sold as “Retinolli”, but consumers were bafflingly turned off by the photo of Olli showing off his proud, up-thrust man-bosoms on the front of the jar. The product is now sold under a different name at Sephora and Boots locations around the world. Who knows? You might have a tube of Olli’s moob juice in your medicine cabinet right now!
1000% True Rammfact Of The Now
That feeling of uneasiness you get when you look at at picture of Till Lindemann staring into the camera is actually him slowly, but surely, turning you into stone.
(This is also post #100. Yay!)
(Secretly wondering how much longer this post is going to be reblogged before people realize I photoshopped all the album covers to say Rammsteen)
1000% True Rammfact Of The Now
Olli, the Godly being that he is, is the reincarnation of many things, one of them being the Bering Land Bridge that once connected Alaska to Russia’s Far East.
[Photo Credit: sleepydoll3@Flickr]
1000% True Rammfact Of The Now: The song “Don’t Drop That Thun Thun” by hip hop group FiNaTTicZ was originally written by Till Lindemann after an intoxicated Flake shouted that at him while Till helped him move into his new home in Liebenwalde, Brandenburg some years ago.
Till Lindemann sold the rights to this song to the group’s record label, Knockout Entertainment, in 2011 for approximately 42 million Euros ($56.2 million USD). The money was then promptly spent on funding the Made In Germany tour, as well as a semi trailer full of Choco Pies and Mountain Dew.
What exactly a Thun Thun is, we’ll never know.
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- Mod S
Olli threatens to sue the next fan that asks him to “drop the bass.”
Assuming that enough legal power is eventually acquired, Oliver Riedel is prepared to go through with a lawsuit against the next Rammstein fan that asks him to “drop the bass.” A very upset Riedel spoke with a journalist at his home in Schwerin last month in concern with the imminent lawsuit.
"I’ll have these idiots come up to me at a meet and greet or somewhere out in public and they’ll be like "Hahaaaa heeeeey Olli, drop da bass!". Just the other day, I’m out having a picnic with my family and some jerk comes up to me and tries to high five me saying "Heyyy bro, drop the bass!" and I literally had to stop myself from breaking his nose."
Divulging into more detail, he explains: “At first I was like “Why do you want me to drop the bass? Do you even know how much one of these things cost?” I mean, I’m very well off, don’t get me wrong, but if I had to drop the bass every time I was told to, I’d be bankrupt trying to replace them. Then I go online to do my research and find out it’s a dubstep reference. Do you know how sick this makes me? Do you know how angry it makes me that people are trying to compromise my wealth by trying to be punny? I don’t even like dubstep! Do I fucking look like I listen to Skrillex? Fuck.”
When asked if the same consequences were to apply if any of his band mates were to make the request, he simply answered “Ask Schneider what happened to him the last, and only, time he said it. They know better now.”
[Photo credit: Kymmo @ Flickr]