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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#14 - thatguywithabeard
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Just saying
#77 to #14 - anon id: 4635e650
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'cept poland still exists and hitler was removed instead
User avatar #27 - bchewey
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GUYS GUYS. I'm Polish, I got this.
In English, **** can be used as any part of speech and represents many actions. (to ****, to **** up)
Polish just has separate words for all of those. As you see above.

The third one actually means, pooped all over. Like, someone is zasrany, so someone has poop all over them. It's like a dis...
#69 to #27 - anon id: dd1eea62
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Why the **** did they have to make an entire word to mean, "To poop all over?"
User avatar #83 to #69 - xiik
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It's not an entire word but rather special prefixes and suffixes i imagine.
Like in Russian, srat is to ****.

sra-ny is ******

Za-sra-ny is full of ****.
User avatar #82 to #27 - xiik
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#3 in Russian means "shat all over".
Interesting overlap.
User avatar #97 to #82 - ltd
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Not that suprising considering both Russian and Polish are Slavic languages.
Zasrany (with a minor difference in spelling) also means ''shat all over'' in Montenegrin, Serbian, Croatian, Bosnian and I imagine Macedonian.
Being a part of a Slavic panethnicity=very similar languages.
I'd imagine you'd be able to come to let's say Croatia and still be able to comprehend most of what the Croatians would be saying, as long as they don't talk too fast. Or you don't get into Croatia's northern parts, lots of people there talk in a way even Croatians can't comprehend fully.
User avatar #99 to #97 - xiik
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Maybe theoretically.
But i lived in Russia when i was born til i was 4, so my parents had to teach me Russian.
My accent is very strong and my russian very improper so it'd be a big ask! :P
User avatar #165 to #99 - ltd
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Well my point was based on people who have learned to speak the language well enough to call it their mother tongue.
If you didn't move to another Slavic country, it's not suprising you would have some problems.
Not like any of that matters considering English is strongly dominant language nowadays...
User avatar #51 to #27 - Xedan
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So like "******** on ******"?
#1 - bronyalex
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I don't care!
#58 to #1 - bronyalex
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mfw i come back online and see this.



goingdownwithmyship.jpg
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#67 - phantomftw
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**phantomftw rolled a random image posted in comment #328 at Recycle Bin ** translate this
User avatar #89 to #67 - futtashy
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I'm not Polish, but I might give it a shot. "Prawdopodobnie czekasz dickbutta, że?"
User avatar #73 - darthacerbus
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So THAT'S why Slavic languages seem so violent/angry.
User avatar #50 - Xedan
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I often find myself wanting to use the word "*******" multiple times in the same sentence, but if you say the same word that many times you just sound like you can't come up with anything to say. I wish I spoke polish.
User avatar #63 to #50 - nerb
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I say **** you you ******* ****.
#10 - posalad
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Completely different countries, but the post reminded me of Finland in Satw XD
#17 to #10 - anon id: 47d30f2e
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He doesn't say anything but Perkele, I believe..
#87 to #10 - atomis
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#55 - someguyonthewebz
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User avatar #101 to #55 - leredspy
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Trolland.
#6 - beerterror
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English is kinda poor in curse words, the word "****" is so omnipresent, that there's no need for more. But they say that Eastern Europe, France and Spain have great swear-grammars. Gif related.
English is kinda poor in curse words, the word "****" is so omnipresent, that there's no need for more. But they say that Eastern Europe, France and Spain have great swear-grammars. Gif related.
User avatar #12 to #6 - defesede
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I'm from Argentina and I can tell you that we have a long list of words when it comes to swear
User avatar #74 to #6 - darthacerbus
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With limited swearwords comes greater creativity.

For example: You ********* cunt of a dickburglar.
User avatar #7 to #6 - tiptoebythewindow
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(05/09/2012) [-]
I would love to create new swear words, but that's unheard of!