As it turns out, Volkerize is in the urban dictionary:

Brian H | 23 November 2012

How did they know?

Andrew18 | 23 November 2012

Maybe it just caught on really fast.

Volker.Berlin | 24 November 2012

volkerized: To have your flaws pointed out to everyone when you screw up requesting helpful information.

Actually, that's not my attitude or intention, and I hope I don't come across like this. Quite the contrary: I can get nasty when someone else behaves like this, e.g., making fun of a forum member b/c of the form of their post without relating to the intention of the message. | 24 November 2012

I must agree, I have never seen Volker volkerize.

Volker.Berlin | 24 November 2012

KJR4235, thanks! :-)

pbrulott | 24 November 2012

+1 KJR4235

To the contrary, Volkerized's definition should be: To have you pointed out in the right direction when need information


Mark K | 24 November 2012

Urban dictionary's term was clearly inspired by someone else.

Our Volker has enriched this forum. He is a gentleman and a scholar.

Volker.Berlin | 24 November 2012

Ok, thanks again, we clarified that! :-) Enough is enough... *blush*

stuberman | 24 November 2012

Wait, I still need to commend Volker!


Captain_Zap | 26 November 2012

@Volker OT

Is the gluhwein flowing in your neighborhood yet Volker? I was wondering if it started on a tradional date. My favorite holiday season ever was when we spent a several weeks in Germany in December. We have been trying to attempt to copy the recipe ever since. I think that it must just taste better in a frosty town square on a clear cold night.

Sorry, I couldn't find the gluhwein thread. ;)

Volker.Berlin | 26 November 2012

Captain_Zap, Glühwein season tends to start with the first Advent, with the Christmas markets opening, but as far as I know there is no definitive traditional Glühwein date. As far as I'm concerned, it's got more to do with the weather than with the calendar!

I think that it must just taste better in a frosty town square on a clear cold night.

You're definitely on the right track there... :-)

Brian H | 26 November 2012

Imbibers are all partying over at the "Please ignore" thread.

Getting Amped Again | 26 November 2012

ThgNDim is so far off base he's gonna get picked off.

Just a treat for the European readers - American slang with a baseball metaphor!