I found this example of CS in Penelope Gardner-Chloros (2009, p. 6) book
entitled Code-Switching. I enjoyed it so much and thought I would share
it with whoever is on the list. The CS appears in an advertisement for
McDonalds in Germany. The picture is a photo of croissant, cut in two,
with cheese and ham filling. The text reads:
McCroissant: The american Antwort auf Croissant.
(Then: Descriptions for aspects of the photo:)
The lecker warm Croissant, Geschnitten in two Teile, this is very praktisch.
So is genug Platz for weitere leckere things.
The first leckere thing: The Käse. A little bit angeschmolzen and this is
very bequem for the Schinken. He can not fall out of the Croissant.
The second leckere thing: The Schinken. Saftig and in praktische stripes
Leoni Kotze, South Africa
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