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    Can someone who's good/fluent at French translate "un supplément seum" for me? I understand that it's some kind of slang but not sure what exactly it means. Also the acronyms "edp" and "vtf"

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    Can someone who's good/fluent at French translate "un supplément seum" for me? I understand that it's some kind of slang but not sure what exactly it means. Also the acronyms "edp" and "vtf"

    Thanks for any help
    Hi !
    -> supplément = extra
    Seum is slang, "avoir le seum" -> "having 'seum' " means being upset

    Vtf -> va te faire foutre = fxck you/screw you (very colloquial obviously)

    Never heard of edp :confused: do you mean "fdp" maybe ?
 
 
 
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