Foreign Languages

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by Operator, May 15, 2005.

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  1. I had a thought the other day (whilst taking a break from dossing) that there are a lot of people on here who have been to countries all over the globe (and may have picked up a little lingo). I know, funny that, who'd have thought??

    Anyhow, it might be a good/nice idea to have a collection on here of different ways to swear in various other languages, so you'll never be at a loss on holiday again.
  2. Ah, it's like the grail. Cheers Beebs, work done:D

    Holidays will never be the same again.

    (although it doesn't appear to have a "yorkshire" section :lol:

    Oh, and watch out for the "autoinstall" componants for that website, tricky little bastards
  3. The problem solver at the bottom. LOL

  4. a lot of the welsh stuff is slightly wrong but I'm sure it would get the message across
  5. 'Iesu, mae o'n rel coc oen' but I see what you mean!
  6. As feckin'usual, the I.T. Gestapo have declared Insultmonger to be "Tasteless and Offensive", so I can't get into it from here. I'll just have to wait until I get home. B.T.W., is that all one word. or is it a portmanteau version of "Insult-a-monger"?
  7. cachau Bant! :D
    ahh the swear filter didnt get that one !
  8. "Dui-lai la moe choi hi"

    Cantonese for go fornicate with your mothers smelly bits :wink:

    So now you know my user name 8O
  9. Chodu bhagat.

    One from my misspent youth in Leicester :wink:
  10. 'Ho lawfa ish tow' is Cherokee for 'You're a whole lot of sh1t'.
  11. Equally useful, how about the phrase 'a beer, please' in as many languages as possible?

    starter: Uks olu, polun (estonian)
  12. Une bière, sil vous plait (French)
    una cerveza por favor (Spanish)
  13. Pivo Pozhaluista - Russian
  14. Ena biera parakello - Greek