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Game - guess Polish idioms/sayings in direct English translation


Poloniusz 4 | 697
9 Feb 2024 #1,471
Today certain politician repeated that idiom after hearing it from the angry mob.

Are you referring to the Eurocrat Tusk and Polish farmers already protesting in the streets barely two months into his regime? :)


Miloslaw 19 | 4,777
9 Feb 2024 #1,472
Error/mistake?

Yes, bull means a mistake, mostly in written form.

And Pawian, you do this so often......
OP pawian 222 | 23,766
9 Feb 2024 #1,473
protesting

It doesn`t matter who I am refering to. What matters is that you tell us what the idiom means. After all, you deem yourself an expert on Polish matters, don`t you??? hahahahaha

you do

Impossible!!! :):):)
Hey, you also claim to be a true Pole against certain posters` allegations of you being a mongrel. Tell us the meaning, then. :):):):)
Miloslaw 19 | 4,777
9 Feb 2024 #1,474
you also claim to be a true Pole against certain posters` allegations of you being a mongrel

There is only one poster on here that calls me a "Mongrel" and that is you.... that says a lot about your lying....
OP pawian 222 | 23,766
9 Feb 2024 #1,475
me a "Mongrel"

Stop whining coz chłopaki nie płaczą - act like a true male at last. Are you one?????? Tell us the meaning of the idiom. :):):)
Miloslaw 19 | 4,777
9 Feb 2024 #1,476
act like a true male at last

I will,Fvck off you stupid socialist prat!
Is that masculine enough for you?
Poloniusz 4 | 697
9 Feb 2024 #1,477
It doesn`t matter who I am refering to.

Thanks for confirming I was 100% correct! :)

what the idiom means.

Tusktards are brown-nosing perverts!
OP pawian 222 | 23,766
9 Feb 2024 #1,478
Fvck off you stupid

A true English gentleman would never resort to such boorishness. Neither a Polish gent. Only mixed up mongrels do. :):):)
The allegations of some posters about you are probably true. :):):):)

Tusktards

It is amassing how you enthusiastically admit you don`t know Polish. :):):)
Miloslaw 19 | 4,777
9 Feb 2024 #1,479
Tusktards are perverts!

Agreed.So Pawian is a de facto Pervert.

A true English gentleman would never resort to such boorishness

You obviously have absolutely no knowledge of the English psyche.....what a twat!
OP pawian 222 | 23,766
9 Feb 2024 #1,480
It is amassing how certain posters who claim to be of Polish origin aren`t able to explain the meaning of a Polish idiom. :):):) I have been trying to pry the proper answer from those two azholes - Milo and Polo - but to no avail.
Poloniusz 4 | 697
9 Feb 2024 #1,481
A true English gentleman would never resort to such boorishness.

And yet here you are (a self-proclaimed teacher who prefers English over Polish) playing guessing games about vulgar expressions. :)

True Poles are too civil and sophisticated for your crude and juvenile attention-seeking antics. :)
OP pawian 222 | 23,766
9 Feb 2024 #1,482
True Poles are too

Stop pretending you know what true Poles and Polesses are if you don`t know the Polish language. Ha!!!!

you are playing guessing games

Coz now I am like the author of the Dictionary of the Polish Vulgar Language. I deal with the issue as a linguist! Ha!!!!!!!!!!



Poloniusz 4 | 697
9 Feb 2024 #1,483
Coz now I am like the author of the Dictionary of the Polish Vulgar Language. I deal with the issue as a linguist!

A-ha! So you didn't know until you looked it up in a book!

Thanks for admitting you are just a parrot of other people's work both behind your computer and in front of a classroom! :)

Stop pretending you know what true Poles and Polesses are if you don`t know the Polish language.

POWERFUL:



OP pawian 222 | 23,766
9 Feb 2024 #1,484
A-ha!

Yes! Aha! We are still waiting for your explanation of the idiom. It is really amaSSing you are so insecure about the language you refuse to risk providing the google translation of it. :):):)
OP pawian 222 | 23,766
11 Feb 2024 #1,485
Today certain politician repeated that idiom after hearing it from angry protesters.

A deputy agriculture minister met angry farmers who protested against cheap prodice from Ukraine. Sb in the mob shouted: Don`t go into Tusk`s ass!!! Then the annoyed minister shouted back: I see now what interests you most! You easily forget how some used to go into Kaczyński`s ass!!!

What did they mean???
Miloslaw 19 | 4,777
11 Feb 2024 #1,486
have been trying to pry the proper answer from those two azholes - Milo and Polo - but to no avail.

To no avail, because you are a complete idiot!

A-ha! So you didn't know until you looked it up in a book!

The guy is a complete moron!

What did they mean???

They meant that they knew, as most of us do, that Tusk is a Polish Traitor and a left wing A$$hole!
Lenka 5 | 3,403
11 Feb 2024 #1,487
Really no answer? That one is such a classic! Maf ,please come and help those two
jon357 74 | 21,939
12 Feb 2024 #1,488
What did they mean?

Something people say almost daily, isn't it.

Maf

Surely someone from Illinois who's more Polish than the poles would know immediately.
mafketis 36 | 10,862
12 Feb 2024 #1,489
someone from Illinois who's more Polish than the poles would know

One would think so.... and yet.... apparently one would be mistaken....

Thinking of dropping a hint....
Feniks
15 Feb 2024 #1,490
What did they mean???

I've not heard this idiom before but at a wild guess ( in reference to the particular conversation ) it means that a person will get into the ass of whoever needs to be sucked up to? Slippery characters fond of ass licking? Not sure it's right though.
johnny reb 47 | 7,057
15 Feb 2024 #1,491
it means that a person will get into the ass of whoever needs to be sucked up to?

Not sure it's right though.

It's not, it's 'ass kissing' not ass licking.
Ass licking is called 'rimming'.
Ass kissing is sucking up to someone.
(Lord, why do I come here ?)
mafketis 36 | 10,862
15 Feb 2024 #1,492
It's not, it's 'ass kissing' not ass licking.

both are in use in terms of trying to appease/appeal to someone in a position of power....

as is brown-nosing and 'to be up smn's ass'
Feniks
15 Feb 2024 #1,493
(Lord, why do I come here ?)

Many people were happy when you didn't.

Educate yourself:

en.wiktionary.org/wiki/lick_someone%27s_ass
johnny reb 47 | 7,057
15 Feb 2024 #1,494
Many more were happy when you lost your Karen Moderating power here. :-)
jon357 74 | 21,939
15 Feb 2024 #1,495
There's another coarse expression in Polish that this relates to. It has a different meaning. The first words are "Mam to ...".
OP pawian 222 | 23,766
16 Feb 2024 #1,496
person will get into the ass of whoever needs to be sucked up to? Slippery characters

Yes, thank you for another inspiring guess. We can always count on you for correct answers. Why did we have to wait so long??? :):):)
Poloniusz 4 | 697
16 Feb 2024 #1,497
Why did we have to wait so long??? :):):)

Indeed, when you could have looked up the answer yourself in the Dictionary of the Polish Vulgar Language! :)
OP pawian 222 | 23,766
16 Feb 2024 #1,498
Indeed,

Darling, we had been waiting for your answer for weeks to no avail. You wasted our time with silly remarks but never dared to prove your knowledge of Polish which is zero, in fact. :):):)
mafketis 36 | 10,862
17 Feb 2024 #1,499
your knowledge of Polish which is zero

the less the knowledge of Polish.... the more plastic the Pole
jon357 74 | 21,939
17 Feb 2024 #1,500
zero, in fact. :):):)

Less than zero.

It must be odd to feel so alienated from your real life and the society you live in that you fixate on a place thousands of miles away where some of your deceased ancestors once came from and where, if you visited, your welcome is more likely to be czegoś w pysku than a garland of flowers.


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