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What insults are unique in your language?
26-30, M
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Nov 10, 2019
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“Mange tes morts”
literally it is Eat your deaths.
But it means, eat your ancestors who are dead.
Γαμώ το μουνί που σε πέταγε and θα μου κλάσεις τα αρχίδια
Gusman · 56-60, MVIP
Ya Flamin Galah - What a Fool
Bite your arse – shut up, be quiet
Morvoren · 26-30, F
Tuss. It’s Cornish a word for an erection but youre basically calling someone a dick.
[b]trdlo[/b] - means a dolt/clumsy person. Literally: a wooden pole on which you cook specific kind of pastry
[b]tĺk[/b] - means a stupid person, literally: a meat beater
[b]chumaj[/b] - a clumsy or stupid/inapt person
[b]cibazol[/b] - a clumsy/inapt person, literally: an old drug containing Sulfathiazole once sold by the company called Ciba
[b]fiťfiriť[/b] - unreliable and untrustworthy person good for nothing
[b]neokrôchanec[/b] - means a boor - a person who doesn't know how to behave, a bad mannered person
[b]odkundes[/b] - a person nobody knows nothing about and everyone suspects he's got some questionable background
[b]ochechula[/b] - old woman who tries hard to look young - unsuccessfully
[b]zdochliak[/b] - a lazy person

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