Germany's biggest-selling newspaper has an offer for the British: stay in the European Union and we'll stop making jokes about Prince Charles' ears and reserve you places by the hotel pool in the morning.
The mass-circulation Bild daily dipped into decades of clichés about British-German relations for its front page on Thursday, headlined "Dear Britons, if you stay in the EU ..."
Among the offers: "We won't use any sun cream at the beach any more - out of solidarity with your sunburn!" And "we'll push through an EU directive banning foam on beer!"
Topping the list was an offer that would stick in any Germany soccer fan's throat: "Even we will recognize the Wembley goal!"
That's a reference to England's third goal in its 1966 World Cup final victory, which Germans maintain didn't cross the goal line.