Anyone who knows about German knows that one of the features of the language is that it takes the idea of a "compound word" to a ridiculous extreme. Case in point, the longest official German word:
This 63-letter mouthful was the title of a law governing the delegation of regulatory responsibility for the monitoring of beef labels. Sadly, the law has been repealed, leading to the word's retirement from official use.
The good news is that means Germans can now unofficially discuss whether or not Rindfleischetikettierungsüberwachungsaufgabenübertragungsgesetzreformen are a good idea.