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monkeyboy
23 Sep 2006 #1
Post any Polish slang onto this message board with their meaning and use in a conversation or situation. Does anyone have any???
polaca 1 | 76
23 Sep 2006 #2
I think the most useful word is :
zajebisty(male)
zajebista(female)
Zajebiste(something)

it means extremely good, great:)use when u like sth very much, or happened sth very nice.

sometimes is used in ironic and sarcastic way, when uve done sth stupid other can say "u are zajebisty/a!"
plg 17 | 263
23 Sep 2006 #3
so.......

talking about sex ...b/g to g/f

on jest zajebisty
g/f to b/f ona jest zajebista

both together

ono jest zajebiste
sometimes is used in ironic and sarcastic way, when uve done sth stupid other can say "u are zajebisty/a!"

so......
talking about sex ...b/g to g/f

on jest zajebisty
g/f to b/f ona jest zajebista

both together

ono jest zajebiste

is that correct
krysia 23 | 3,058
23 Sep 2006 #4
That's correct plg.
sadly but true.
You don't need our help anymore.
plg 17 | 263
23 Sep 2006 #5
I don't think i have mastered Polish in 4 months Krysia?
krysia 23 | 3,058
23 Sep 2006 #6
Either you are very talented, are working very hard at it, have a good teacher or are just lucky.
You are doing well. But speaking it would be another story....
plg 17 | 263
24 Sep 2006 #7
all 4 i think krysia

i take that as a compliment

jestem utalentowany"
pracuję bardzo ciężko nad moim polskim <
(ja) mam dobrą nauczycielkę
mam szczęście" lub mam farta"
i tu mnie masz, mówić to co innego, ale nie jestem zły

ale jaja
polaca 1 | 76
24 Sep 2006 #8
Waaaw plg your polish is absolutely fantastic:)
plg 17 | 263
24 Sep 2006 #9
really

well lol i have Gosia to thank ( what i mean is- Gosia translated for me) only the ale jaja is mine (so u could say i cheated)

but i ahve a good teacher then-GOSIA

so what you should say or can say is........................

waaaaaaw Gosia your polish is absolutley fantastic (and her English i may add, better than mine in some instances, them big words she comes out with and her grammar. lets not go there)

heheheh

and krysia what do you suggets for polsih pronunciation

no smart alec comments please
krysia 23 | 3,058
24 Sep 2006 #10
OK, plg. Try to say this:

" W Szczebrzeżynie, chrząszcz brzmi w Trzcinie"

It was nice of you to admit the truth behind your sudden knowledge of the Polish language.....
plg 17 | 263
24 Sep 2006 #11
i cannot as i'm still practising this one
Dżdż" -

"W Szczebrzeszynie chrząszcz brzmi w trzcinie"

"Krzesło z powyłamywanymi nogami"

"Nie pieprz wieprza pieprzem Pietrze, bo przepieprzysz wieprza Pietrze."
krysia 23 | 3,058
24 Sep 2006 #12
Well, that means you might have a problem saying my last name:
Szczepańska
barszcz
25 Sep 2006 #13
ale sie podjaral - he got very exited
polaca 1 | 76
25 Sep 2006 #14
Grzegorz Brzęczyszczykiewicz hehe nice name:)

Last day i tried teach some english people this name was veeeeery difficult:)

"Krzesło z powyłamywanymi nogami"

====>Krzesło bez nóg, its easier hehe:)
plg 17 | 263
25 Sep 2006 #15
Well, that means you might have a problem saying my last name:
Szczepańska

the dreaded SZCZ

my nightmare

i cannot say hi and the number 6 in polish hehehehehe there the exact same to me
krysia 23 | 3,058
25 Sep 2006 #16
hi and the number 6

HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Don't confuse "please" with "piglet" either
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
plg 17 | 263
25 Sep 2006 #17
i dont know please (well have heard that one) just never got round to practising

piglet? i'll check that out today

so please and piglet

i take it they start with cz sz or something similar

i know there are loads by looking at polish dic'
krysia 23 | 3,058
25 Sep 2006 #18
Please - Proszę
Piglet - Prosię
Practice those two or you might get in trouble calling someone a pig.
plg 17 | 263
25 Sep 2006 #19
well..........i have dupek ( easy to say) and kutas ( very easy to say )lol

and speirdalaj ( also very easy to say)

and cipka ( very easy to say)

so if i want to be very rude in POlish - i need not worry about one little piglet

heheheheheh

so it has one sz (thought so)
i also dont like the - ę

may be because we dont have in english alphabet hehehehe

i'll get there im sure

at the moment im parring myself with people that have spoke english for ten year

so krysia( and i know how to say that- very easy) come back in 9 years and 8 months and then judge my polish. i'll probably be very much a POLAK by then

so NARA KOCHANIE for now
krysia 23 | 3,058
25 Sep 2006 #20
Nara

it only works in Polish. hahaha. good one
michals girl
11 Apr 2007 #21
The best thing I've found to help pronounce "szcz" is sound it out like freSH CHeese
czarownica
3 Nov 2008 #22
My polish friend taught me to say this,its a bit of a tongue twister but i got the hang of it in the end.

" W Szczebrzeżynie, chrząszcz brzmi w Trzcinie"
pickletart - | 2
4 Nov 2009 #23
Please can somebody Polish translate this for me?
A to pierdolona wiesniara z niej nakopie jej do dupy szbciej niz posprzatam po niej plzda glupia.
gumishu 11 | 5,030
4 Nov 2009 #24
what a fucking bitch she is; I will sooner kick her ass than do cleaning after her, stupid cunt
pickletart - | 2
4 Nov 2009 #25
many thanks how you doing by the way?
That was quick
frd 7 | 1,399
4 Nov 2009 #26
wiesniara

That was a good translation certainly delivering the meaning.

Just gonna add that "wiesniara" is more like "peasant girl" than bitch, but in this sentence these two are pretty interchangable.. :)
Gaa 2 | 155
18 Nov 2009 #27
i hate the word MASAKRA. i bet it's one of the most frequently used Polish words nowadays.whatever happens people say masakra.

Masakra...
szkotja2007 27 | 1,499
18 Nov 2009 #28
Masakra...

Where does that word derive from - does it have any meaning ?
Bartolome 2 | 1,085
18 Nov 2009 #29
'Massacre'

in other word

'Sajgon' (pretty obvious)


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