That's nothing. I saw a werewolf with a Chinese menu in his hand.
Was he walking through the streets of Soho? If I saw him I would like to know the name of his tailor.
At first I thought "aaww a pretty butterfly" then I realised it was probably being devoured
Does this mean that they were just together? If so couldn't you use bei einem meaning to be with one another?
Perhaps the spider was doing something with the butterfly - rolling it, biting it, eating it....
of course but bei sein usually work if you are just with someone or something rather than mit? I know with activities mit is fine
I'd hope it wasn't eaten. I'm hoping for it surviving...somehow.
the spider wants to survive too!
We reached it bois, the word from that one german comparison video