That means “rumnerden”: know-it-all
“rumnerden” expresses that a person is a know-it-all in a situation and shares their knowledge with everyone without being asked. While it can make you unpopular, there are times when “rumnering” can impress others and teach them something new.
So it’s not a bad thing per se. Still, “rumnerden” is most often used in a mocking and annoyed manner, especially when it’s obvious that someone is just showing off.
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This is how “rumnerden” is used
If someone annoys you with their dangerous half-knowledge, you can point out to them that they are just “messing around”. But you can also use the expression in a teasing way, for example when your computer scientist buddy talks about his job and you know what he’s talking about.
Here are a few examples of how “rumnerden” might be used in everyday language:
- “Whoa, stop fooling around here!”
- “Bro, don’t sleep, I just want to explain this to you.”
- “He just messed around all evening, kept talking about electrical engineering, real Dulli.”
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