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What do you think of Polish women who swear in English?


Michallikes 10 | 34  
23 Aug 2009 /  #1
What do you think of Polish women who swear in English? I don't think that they should translate their swearing from Polish directly into English, to me it sounds cruder in English. I think something get lost in translation, pieprz mnie sounds alot better than f**k me.

I don't mean soft swearing like goddammit or g*da*mit etc. but f**k, etc. unless the situation really warrants it and is not a normal everyday expression.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808  
23 Aug 2009 /  #2
What do you think of Polish women who swear in English?

You got to ask yourself who thought them.
McCoy 27 | 1,269  
23 Aug 2009 /  #3
What do you think of Polish women who swear in English?

just the same as about the Irish guys asking stupid questins on the pf
Polonius3 1,000 | 12,446  
23 Aug 2009 /  #4
What do you think of foul-mouthed, down-coarsened women who swear in any language, drink straight from the bottle and in general are crude, rude, loud and vulagr? And men that act the same down-dumbed way, for that matter?
szkotja2007 27 | 1,498  
23 Aug 2009 /  #5
Yay ! Thats my kind of gal.

What do you think of Polish women who swear in English?

Depends on the context.

pieprz mnie sounds alot better than f**k me.

Sounds great in any language !!
Wroclaw 44 | 5,384  
23 Aug 2009 /  #6
What do you think of foul-mouthed, down-coarsened women who swear in any language

this is my idea of a good, honest night out.
beckski 12 | 1,617  
23 Aug 2009 /  #7
What do you think of Polish women who swear in English?

I think I'm pretty good at it. I know how to swear like a truck driver or sailor.
nomaderol 5 | 726  
18 Oct 2009 /  #8
Swears in other languages than native languages aren't counted as swears.
People shy only of themselves, their own languages.
southern 75 | 7,096  
18 Oct 2009 /  #9
It is funny how they swear in greek.They quickly learn all expressions.I even heard the classic trains are passing from your bottom,the one telling the other.
MareGaea 29 | 2,752  
19 Oct 2009 /  #10
Swearing in another language than your own doesn't feel as bad as if you would do it in your own. If I mumble the K-word, it doesn't do a thing to me, likewise the F-word, P-word, V-word and so on (I swear in loads of languages:) ). However, I do curse and swear in Dutch too, but when I say the G-word in Dutch it makes me feel awkward at times.

>^..^<

M-G (or: vieze vuile tyfuslijdende kankerhoer - no, I won't translate that)
nomaderol 5 | 726  
19 Oct 2009 /  #11
beckski - I think I'm pretty good at it. I know how to swear like a truck driver or sailor.

I swear I'd love to hear a swear now. How a woman swear can be bad!
kika - | 7  
17 Nov 2009 /  #12
Swears in other languages than native languages aren't counted as swears.
People shy only of themselves, their own languages.

Swearing in another language than your own doesn't feel as bad as if you would do it in your own

I can totally agree with that! Swears in other language doesn't sound so bad as in your mother tongue.
frd 7 | 1,399  
17 Nov 2009 /  #13
I say if you're in Rome do as Romans do, and swear in the language of the people you're meeting with ;)

I've seen few cases of Polish kurwas flying around and people certain that they have been called "a *****"... swear with spirit, swear with passion but most of all swear carefully ; p
miaxxx 5 | 20  
18 Dec 2009 /  #14
M-G (or: vieze vuile tyfuslijdende kankerhoer - no, I won't translate that)

thats not a very nice thing to say!!!
convex 20 | 3,978  
18 Dec 2009 /  #15
For dutch and german being so close linguistically, cloggies definately have it down when it comes to swearing.

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