There's a kind of special thing that comes along when you know another language...
I was catching up on Grimm yesterday and in one shot it shows Nick (the main character) looking through all the books that was left to him in the trailer. He finally picks up one and the spine has the title "Tier Gift". My brain first was like... "wtf is a Tier and what kind of gifts would it have and how is that possibly going to help him with a spider creature thing...?"
Then it hit me.
"ooooooo... Das Buch, Tier Gift, ist eine Deutsch Buch. In English, Tier ist Aminal und Gift ist Poision." 'twas a big DUH STEPH moment. But yeah, in German, the word "Tier" is "aminal" (yes I say that like a 3 year old but because of my background I'm still a little kid at heart and I get away with it) and "Gift" is "poision."
See, you've now learned something new! And beyond that you can apply it to possibly save your life, if a German offers you a gift, it is okay to take a little extra caution!
P.S. I <3 Germany this is nothing against anyone or anything, just some words of "wisdom" :)