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I've learned two new phrases at work from some chineese friends, ain't other langages great, you can swear at your boss without them knowing what your saying HAHAHA.
But, of couse, if im just saying two things over and over again, it gets boring, so i want to learn some more swear words, any help?
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(Original post by Ryoku)
I've learned two new phrases at work from some chineese friends, ain't other langages great, you can swear at your boss without them knowing what your saying HAHAHA.
But, of couse, if im just saying two things over and over again, it gets boring, so i want to learn some more swear words, any help?
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scrag ort is f**k off in irish, although literally it means "a curse on you"
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(Original post by Ryoku)
I've learned two new phrases at work from some chineese friends, ain't other langages great, you can swear at your boss without them knowing what your saying HAHAHA.
But, of couse, if im just saying two things over and over again, it gets boring, so i want to learn some more swear words, any help?
There is this wicked book I got from Ottakar's. 'Book of Foreign insults'. Check that out, has swear words in French, German, Spanish, Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Hebrew..loads.
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kurwa mać wy pojebane huje.
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erm, can everyone say what the phrase means and which language it's in please! Eg taunee mee_ chinease for **** your mother
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French for sh|t is Merde and f**k your mother is niç ta mere
oh and you are a ***** is "Tu as une chienne"
and "You are a **** head (also a very good card game!)" is "Tu as une tête de merde"
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cool, ***** is bienzu, so **** you ***** sounds somin like Taunee bienzu! in chinese
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a very fascinating and um educational thread...
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well, yes, it languages, you can tell a lot about a people by there swear words, eg if they ave a lot, then they're Very angry
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I think this should satisfy your needs!!

http://www.insultmonger.com/swearing/index.htm

Or as they say in Sweden, Håll käften din jävel!
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Fous le camp! (= eff off)
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well, yes, it languages, you can tell a lot about a people by there swear words, eg if they ave a lot, then they're Very angry
So on this thread you've attracted many angry people?
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(Original post by ThunderCat8)
I think this should satisfy your needs!!

http://www.insultmonger.com/swearing/index.htm

Or as they say in Sweden, Håll käften din jävel!
cool, never knew there were so many polish ones.
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in arabic eff your mum is nic imak...
in german its (eff you) fik du...


I think this thread is going to be deleted
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god yeah, material for fifty years, thank you!
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'Vas te faire foutre' is French for go f--- yourself.
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in german its (eff you) fik du...
Ask someone if they want to:

Beleidigungen austauschen

and say the following:

Fick dich (F you)
Fick euch (plural, hehe)
Scheisse (S***)
Schlampe (slut)
Schwanzkopf
Schnalln (whore)
Blöde Fotze
Drecksau
Blödes Arschloch
Dummes Huhn
Leck mich am Arsch
Mach es dir selber
Scheisskopf
Schnoodle noodle
Dummkopf
Verpiss Dich
Wichser
Arschgeige
Hosenscheisser
Schweinebacke
Dumpfbacke
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There aren't any words as strong as 'swear' words in Japanese (probably because of the 'polite' culture), but 'kuso' translated is 's***t'. Doesn't have that same strong connotation, you can use it in the classroom.
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My favourite, "J'aime vos enfants. Combien coute la garcon?!"
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