(eastern Frisians‘ Mink) •
Ostfriesennerz is the name for these yellow plastic raincoats worn very often at the seaside while the weather is rainy and stormy. The name refers to the Eastern Frisians, who live in the northwesternmost edge of Germany and are often subject to jokes by other Germans, probably due to them historically having sometimes different habits. For example, they were not authority-loving sycophants and had their own tribes and chiefs but no duke.
"Bei dem Schietwetter heute ziehen wir am besten die Ostfriesennerze an."
"While weather is so crappy today we better put on our Eastern Frisians‘ minks."