Kirchweih: nenzenheimer ortsburschen provide for many laughs
It's a bitch to find the right place while driving, even with a navigation system: a few months ago, two mayors from the kitzingen area and a young man from nenzenheim could tell you a thing or two about it. The local boys of nenzenheim did not sing, but they did repeat the misadventures of the three, which were among the funniest rhymes offered by andreas and patrick bach during the church anniversary sermon on sunday.
The view of the surrounding countryside from the andreas drarr tower, a landmark of the iphofen district, is magnificent, as the mayors of iphofen and iffigheim, on whose land the tower stands, are well aware. However, it is in the forest between nenzenheim and krassolzheim - and not at the weinparadiesscheune, where the two of them had gone for their appointment. It's just stupid that the church sermon writers from nenzenheim got wind of this little stunt. Just like the local lad who wanted to go to the kirchweih in ingolstadt with a few friends. At the latest, when he wanted to turn into the direction of the autobahn and head for the rough ingolstadt on the danube, he was informed that the declared destination was the small ingolstadt near sugenheim.
Other funny stories were depicted by the local boys on the floats - or had been re-enacted by the children from the village, who showed a lot of talent as the generation that was printing after them. On one carriage, an ICE train was seen, reminiscent of the local lads' trip to berlin, where a young man spilled a whole load of wine and beer in his backpack as he hurried to the train. On another, a young boy had made himself comfortable on a trampoline, and another boy, dressed as a girl, had poured a can of water over him. This is exactly what happened on church sunday last year, when the two adult counterparts had a spab-born water fight in their home garden, sustaining injuries to their necks and ears.
In bright sunshine, wine princess ann-kathrin darr and her successor, lisa belz, served fine wines on the winery's float, while the brass band from krassolzheim played a lively tune.