Andreas Höber

Andreas Höber

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Updated Apr 14, 2012 at 04:26AM EDT by Brucker.

Added Dec 12, 2011 at 06:04PM EST by gi97ol.

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Andreas Höber (real name: Sascha Höber) is married to Sandra Höber; they have a daughter named Maria. The Höber family lives in Leipzig, Germany. Andreas became an Internet celebrity after his appearance on the TV show Frauentausch[1] due to his rant concerning the opinions of his swapped wife. Due to the grammatical errors in the rant and several memorable quotes, it has often been parodied in videos and photoshopped images.

Memorable Quotes


“Das bleibt alles so wie’s hier ist!”

“Obwohl, man sieht’s. Es ist Obst im Haus!”

“Entweder bist du blind auf beiden Augen oder einfach nur blöd!”

“Nein! jetzt hältst du die Schnauze! Du Ober-äh-Zicke!”



The reality TV series Frauentausch is basically the German version of Wife Swap[2]: Two different families swap wives or mothers (sometimes husbands) for ten days. Due to the differences between the lifestyles of the two families--for example a messy wife swapping with a fastidiously neat one--the series spawned several extraordinary and sometimes even hilarious scenes.


On April 7th, 2011, the original 284th episode including the rant of Andreas was aired on the German television channel RTL II[3]. The swapped wife was Andrea Keil from Wittstock, Brandenburg.

On the Internet

Andreas’ Face

Starting in early July 2011, Facebook users have uploaded pictures showing Andreas’ face using the face swapping effect.

YTP Videos

When YouTuber Kacksalber[4] uploaded a “Youtube Kacke” remix of Höber’s rants on May 14, 2011, some YouTube Poopers started to mimicking the style.

Psycho Andreas

Psycho Andreas is a phrase used in titles for videos including audio remixes of the episode.

Search Interests

External References

[1]Wikipedia – Frauentausch

[2]Wikipedia – Wife Swap

[3]Wikipedia – RTL II

[4]YouTube – Kacksalber

Recent Videos 11 total

Recent Images 224 total

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Given the amount of Japanese-derived memes, I don’t see any reason why language should be a limiting factor in what memes KYM catalogs. The only things needed are spread and derivatives. This SEEMS to have both, but may be limited to just Germany; I’m not sure if that qualifies as a large enough spread.

+1 wait to see if this has any legs.

Also, the article needs some re-jiggering.


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