To be truly integrated in Vienna there are certain terms no dictionary or Deutschkurs will properly explain.
But you’re no stranger, so here’s this month’s cheat sheet:
lit. “nerve tickle”; an informal German expression denoting the thrill and rush of adrenaline-inducing activities. While anglophones can have their fancies or funny bones tickled, German speakers are content with it being done to their nerves. Not to be confused with Nervensäge (lit. “nerve saw”), an especially irritating person who figuratively saws away at your nerves.