lekker gekke bek trekken

  • Rayines

    Senior Member
    Hallo, toscairn, I copy for you the answer I've obtained in another forum:

    "Een gekke bek trekken means to make funny faces (literally to pull crazy mouths), lekker makes it positive.
    So "lekker gekke bekken trekken" means "to make funny faces while enjoying it".

    The way you wrote it "lekker" modifies "gekke", so it is an enjoyably funny face.

    Gek: crazy, funny
    bek: the mouth of an animal. Also used for humans in e.g. "hou je bek" (shut up) and "gekke bekken trekken"
    trekken: pull." (author: Shiglia, from Lonely Planet)