After a two-year Corona break, the Munich Oktoberfest is taking place again. To celebrate, we look back at the disgusting side of the world’s largest folk festival: muenchenkotzt.de is all about the unpleasant side effects of the Oktoberfest.
Muenchenkotzt.de shows the Oktoberfest without make-up.
On September 17, the 187th Munich Oktoberfest (“the Wiesn”) starts on the Theresienwiese. You can celebrate until October 3rd. If you want to get in the mood for the comeback of the world’s largest folk festival today (after a two-year Corona break), you should visit muenchenkotzt.de. For many years, this website has been setting the mood for the special atmosphere at the Wiesn with images and text. Just look at the “most impressive” and most disgusting pictures of the past Oktoberfest and read the texts.
You can find the pictures on
sorted by years at the top left in the navigation under “Archive”
; just two examples: here the pictures of the year 2014 and here the pictures of the year 2008 . PC-WELT wishes you bon appetite.
A long time ago, the Mayor of Munich, Dieter Reiter (SPD), made headlines by forming a grand coalition against Limux and the use of Linux in the Munich administration together with his then deputy Josef Schmid (CSU). It remains to be seen whether Mayors Reiter and Schmid have the necessary IT expertise to be able to objectively judge the sense or nonsense of using Linux and OpenSource on the computers of the city administration. But Reiter has mastered the art of tapping a beer keg, as he has already proven several times at the Wiesn.
The Munich Oktoberfest 2022 begins on Saturday, September 17th. Dieter Reiter then calls out “Ozapft is” again. Then the largest folk festival in the world rages on the Theresienwiese in the middle of Munich at the foot of the Bavaria statue. With all the good and not so good sides. Those who are more interested in the latter will find what they are looking for on the muenchenkotzt.de website. The website has been reporting on the unpleasant consequences of drinking too much alcohol at the Oktoberfest for many years. Many pictures and texts from the Oktoberfest 2018, 2017, 2016 etc. are online. One picture is more disgusting than the other… But there are also a number of reports and photos online from the 2016 Oktoberfest barrier fence. For example, you can find particularly tasty pictures from the 2018 Oktoberfest under this link.
The main incentive for a visit to muenchenkotzt.de is certainly the numerous photos that show the side effects of a visit to the Oktoberfest. In other words: everything that leaves the Oktoberfest visitor’s stomach in the wrong direction. In other words, everything that wants to leave the body after extensive beer and chicken consumption – regardless of the consistency, the quantity and the location.
There are also mountains of rubbish to admire. And people who are at the end of their strength. And of course the initiation of interpersonal contacts, which is made much easier and usually quite uncontrolled by excessive consumption of alcohol.
If you don’t just want to get an idea of what’s going on at the Wiesn with the help of photos, you can also read texts on muenchenkotzt.de. The site is therefore ideal for all Oktoberfest haters and Oktoberfest boycotters, but also for all Oktoberfest visitors who want to see what they survived the day before. Or – in the worst case – how they managed to land on muenchenkotzt.de themselves.
Incidentally, the Postillon also dedicates an article to the Oktoberfest: Heavily drunk Wiesn visitors do not want to throw up because the beer was so expensive.
Dirndl splendor, kilt and brass band music: The Wiesn live on the internet