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St Pauli Girl by kevinbolk St Pauli Girl by kevinbolk
Continuing my "Lovely Lady Mascots" we have the St. Pauli Girl of St. Pauli Girl Beer.

St Pauli Girl claims to be "Germany's Fun-Loving Beer" which is interesting since I don't know a single German person who actually drinks it (and a not insignificant portion of my family is of German descent so that's saying something). I don't really drink personally, but when I do I have to be hometown loyalist and reach for Natty Boh (that's National Bohemian for you out-of-towners). The Natty Boh Tower, with its famous neon sign, is within walking distance of my house, so...wait...I'm supposed to be talking about the St. Pauli Girl...

Umm...she's hot and she's German. I also hear she's wearing her hair down these days. There ya' go!

We're more than halfway done, folks. Next up! Little Debbie
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GDupons Featured By Owner Jun 4, 2014
The funny thing is: There's a controversal in this girl. Germany is famous for his beer, especially a state in the south of the country called Bavaria. Her dress is for sure inspiriated by the traditional dress there. But St. Pauli is a part of the city of Hamburg which is far in the north. Of course they like beer too there, but it's not that they are as famous for it like Munich (capitol of Bavaria). You know, it's a bit like if someone in Europa mixes Alaska and Florida and produces something like "Anchorage Oranges".
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Old-Marcie1234 Featured By Owner Jul 21, 2012
she is quite hot
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Jien-chan Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2012
In Hamburg (where St. Pauli quarter is situated) everyone just drinks ASTRA beer
:D

But there you go, stereotypes sell (particularly with a rack like that...)
I've recently been to our local brewery museum and they told us about a German beer that is ONLY for export, and which is deliberately laden with clichés in order to sell better overseas.
I think it sports 3 in the name alone :D
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LaCice Featured By Owner Jan 26, 2012  Professional General Artist
Awesome job!
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TariToons Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
/Rage start/

I just looked up what this "St. Pauli Girl" Beer is about... Seriously I'm german and I've been to Bremen (the city where this beer - according to the website - comes from) and I never saw or heard of that beer. More important, St. Pauli is a quarter of Hamburg... which lies about one and a half hours with the car to the east of Bremen and most important, women in north germany do not wear dirdles (that weird dress that this girl is wearing). Acctually, only in the very very south of germany - and only there - are dresses like these worn (in Bavaria).

/Rage end/

Am I know part of your "A-Team"?
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NagromNoruas Featured By Owner Nov 21, 2011
Gee i wish i was a cartoon character so i could hit on this hot beertender
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willy238 Featured By Owner Sep 18, 2011
Making me thirsty over here..
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Fanny-CM Featured By Owner Feb 4, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Yay! I'm from Germany!
And i don't like beer (okay, I'm underage...)
And St. Pauli is one of the best footballclub's!
YAY! :headbang:
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Earim Featured By Owner Dec 6, 2010
The Picture is very nicely done, I like the colorscheme, her joyous expression, the clean linework, but there is one thing ... =P

St. Pauli is a part of Hamburg, its at the german coast, up in the north, well that kind of dress is
worn in Bayern the very southern part in germany.

The soccerclub St. Pauli is especially known for its skull and bones flag and its rude but very enthusiastic fans.
So go tell the company, to dress her up like a pirate girl ^.^
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