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nut pastries, a U, i.e., such as those in Basel “Maitlibei”, in Bern “Meitschibei” – girl legs. 26 branches of the Basler bakery Sutter Begg is the Dessert not to sell now under the current name. The customer had brought the female staff with salacious sayings in embarrassment, says the management. Who connects Harmless immediately with the lewd thoughts, for the French and the English have a saying: Council of Europe, “Honi soit qui mal y pense.” English: “A scoundrel, who thinks Bad thereby.” King Edward III of England used the saying allegedly in the 14th century. Century for the first time in connection with a garter of his Beloved. She had lost it at the dance. He found it, and you wanted to protect against false suspicions. The set adorns since then, as a Motto, the highest award of the English Royal house, order of the garter. Sutter Begg in Basel sold Maitlibei now under the name of “lucky charm”. Girls legs, to bring good luck? Honi soit qui mal y pense …