I don't speak Dutch, but spent a couple of years in Cape Town when I was in my '20s, [I now collect a pension!] and noticed the word 'lekker' was used a lot by the presenter whilst driving. When I was in Cape Town, my South African friends taught me this word, so I thought you non Dutch speakers would be interested in the meaning, which I have reproduced below.
Lekker is a commonly used word in the Dutch language that is more similar to the English word luscious, than the word tasty. Lekker is used to denote something delicious or sweet, and is more commonly used by the under 30 crowd as a term for a woman having sex appeal. Lekker, like luscious, has a sexual connotation. In South Africa, however, lekker has primarly been used in place of the English terms "cool" or "sweet," with a much more broad, less sexual, undertone.
I think the word is entirely correct for the M3W. Perhaps our Dutch friends could confirm if I am correct?
Loc: Michigan, USA
There is a rough closed caption translator (in beta) on YouTube, the problem is not all languages use the same sentence structure and the CC text is hard to follow because of this. Click the CC button on the YouTube player to get to these options.
Charlie, Eccentric American Anglophile 2012 3 Wheeler - Sport Teal/Tan MOG Great Lakes Member