Is this a joke about Swedish people coming to Germany and asking for "öl" (swedish for beer) at the bars?
Some arctic trekkers drink oil as a high energy, lower weight food. Someday, I'm sure some crazy child will set some age-related record for hiking in some hell-frozen tundra. This sentence has its niche.
This is why America is at war in the middle east. Got to feed the kids!
I love a good glass of oil at the end of the day. Who doesn't?
Like the offspring of a lumberjack, only manly children drink oil.
There are certain oils you can drink. Cod liver oil comes to mind. Of course it sounds strange if you don't specify, I think.
Regarding cod liver oil and castor oil - you wouldn't generally say you drank it; rather you took it.
Oh, you're right. Thanks.
'Cause drinking water is too mainstream....
This phrase doesn't make sense. Oil is NOT for drinking...
You know because kids always drink what they are suppose too.
Caster oil is the only possibility I can think of.
Normal people do not drink oil. I asked my german girlfriend and they dont drink oil either.
So, we met again.
That is one instance of weird sentences. I have wondered several times about possible contexts for such sentences.
they haven't taught us the "parents" word yet
Just adding my two cents about this being completely weird. Öl is indeed the Swedish word for 'beer', not that that really helps with German...