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I love the word Kurwa


ABrizzle
26 Jul 2023 #1
kurwa is my favourite word of all time. I am not polish but my girlfriend is and when she says kurwa something inside of me lights up. I love the pronunciation and i love the effectiveness of use in any situation. My second favourite word is Jebany, an absolute cherry on top to the word kurwa. I just want to thank Poland and the Polish people for these amazing words, it's just a shame as an english speaker that this language is incredibly hard to learn and understand.
Alien 18 | 4,845
26 Jul 2023 #2
kurwa is my favourite word

Aha...

My second favourite word is Jebany,

But remember, if your girlfriend uses the two words "jebana kurwa" together, it's time to get out of her way.
Cargo pants 3 | 1,637
26 Jul 2023 #3
it's time to get out of her way.

LOL
pawian 222 | 23,766
26 Jul 2023 #4
My second favourite word is

In that situation, I can only say - tea who you yeah bunny.
Novichok 5 | 7,853
26 Jul 2023 #5
if your girlfriend uses the two words "jebana kurwa" together, it's time to get out of her way.

It's time to drop her.
Bobko 25 | 2,002
26 Jul 2023 #6
when she says kurwa something inside of me lights up.

My soul also lights up when I hear kurwa. This is strange.
Lyzko 45 | 9,288
26 Jul 2023 #7
@Abrizzle, Polish is far richer in vocabulary than "kurwa".
mowiciel prawdy
22 Jan 2024 #8
it is actually a Tibetan word, korwa, ཁོར་བ་, which means 'samsara'. Poles are well-aware of the fact that the history of Poland is basically about not being able to resist the attachment to this, and then to that, and then to both of them together, and the ensuing suffering, so they mention it all the time. I'm also sometimes tired of this life, korwa.
jon357 74 | 21,939
22 Jan 2024 #9
it is actually a Tibetan word, korwa

Or sounds similar to one.

as an english speaker that this language is incredibly hard

There are far harder ones and plenty of English speakers who are fluent in Polish.
username1672
22 Jan 2024 #10
Polish is incredibly complex, with all these verbal forms and cases and whatnot. I can generally express myself fluently but, korwa, even ten years of practice is not enough to be able to pass for a native, and my mother tongue is Russian i.e. 70 per cent of the grammar and vocab are just the same.
jon357 74 | 21,939
22 Jan 2024 #11
Polish is incredibly complex

All languages have their complexities and plenty of people achieve fluency in Polish.

Compare to Arabic or Hebrew it's a walk in the park.

One thing that makes it easier for native speakers is the relatively small number of lexemes in Polish and the straightforward semiotics.
Bobko 25 | 2,002
22 Jan 2024 #12
my mother tongue is Russian

Who dis? Velund???
Novichok 5 | 7,853
22 Jan 2024 #13
I intensely dislike the word "kurwa".
Novichok 5 | 7,853
22 Jan 2024 #15
It reminds me of where I came from and why I moved as far away from "my people".
mafketis 36 | 10,863
22 Jan 2024 #16
It reminds me of where I came from

z jakiegoś burdelu? Wyjaśniłoby niesmak wobec matki....
Novichok 5 | 7,853
22 Jan 2024 #17
You are an amazing mind reader...That's exactly what I meant but was too ashamed to admit.
username1672
22 Jan 2024 #18
now then, I would like to remind you, sirs, that we are all Slavic brothers here. let us not spit into each other's beards due to our differences. it is a sad thing what is happening, of course, and I think there is hardly a mother in Russia or Ukraine for that matter who would call her newborn child Vladimir, out of fear of the child being cursed by the Gods, Demigods, Humans, Animals, Hungry Ghosts, and even a part of the Communist realm dwellers, but please remember that there are people of other nationalities there, let us unite and hate them together instead of spreading hate and misunderstanding among Slavic brothers.

I myself was born in the traditional Polish lands of Smolensk and speak and love Polish, and I would not vote for Germans, unlike 30℅ of people who should be ashamed of themselves from Poland did, and therefore consider myself a Pole.

If there is a man among you who'll thwart me, speak or hold your peace.
Ironside 53 | 12,493
22 Jan 2024 #19
well - curva means curved in Latin, Spelling is different in Polish

kurwa

but pronunciation is the same. Go figure lol!
username1672
22 Jan 2024 #20
I guess it is actually from 'smoke' - kuriti means 'to smoke' in Russian, and there were 'kurni' among Cossacks, meaning a camp with fires and smokes. it is just that when a liberal or a communist engages into sexual activities that the smoke rises up to the sky, and the Gods sometimes even switch on the rain, so they won't realize that they are being pissed upon from the sky; I am not sure why Gods do that though.
username1672
22 Jan 2024 #21
choinka is altogether another matter though. I think I know why there is a fir tree next to each Russian police station. they probably worship it sometimes - unfortunately, there is a dark side to Slavic paganism as well, as well as Christmas of course.
username1672
22 Jan 2024 #22
that is to say, chwoj is not bad per se, there wouldn't be happy families and children without it, applied in a traditional way of course.
Alien 18 | 4,845
7 Feb 2024 #23
applied in a traditional way of course.

So morning and evening, right?
Novichok 5 | 7,853
7 Feb 2024 #24
Too close to home?

Your sister next door and all those "friends"...
mafketis 36 | 10,863
7 Feb 2024 #25
Your sister

It took you over two weeks to come up with that rejoinder?

Lightning reflexes!
Novichok 5 | 7,853
7 Feb 2024 #26
It takes time to collect evidence from a distance...


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