Whenever you start to learn a new language at a school or college, the first things you learn are appropriate greetings and introductions.
Whenever you start to learn a new language from a friend, the first things you learn are swear-words and insults.
We’re all friends here so read on for 9 of the best insults to use from around the world.
On the surface this insult seems so simple and specific but your fornication lighting preferences might say more about your character than you think.
I happen to be from Northern England and ‘all fur coat, no knickers’ is one of my grandmother’s favorite put-downs. In fact, almost every girl who’s dated any one of my hundreds of cousins has at some point been accused of lacking undergarments, unless they’ve married into the family, of course.
As far as insults go, this one sounds pretty tame. ‘Asparagus Tarzan’ could almost be a superhero name.
The implication here is that ‘yo momma’ was a traitor during the Japanese invasion of Korea and that she swam out to the battleships to either trade inform or to offer her services as a prostitute. Fightin’ talk where I’m from.
You may be their lord but the suggestion that you hang out with donkeys all the time can’t be a good thing.
Someone once told me that if you put kebab meat under a microscope it moves because of all the bacteria in it. Just thought I’d share that.
As you would expect, every language has its own versions of the ‘yo momma’ joke. This one couldn’t be more Finnish if it tried.
I’ve heard a similar insult to this that goes something like ‘all wheels, no cannon’. I’ll leave it to your imagination to work out the meaning there.
In a wonderful anatomical variation of ‘getting your panties in a twist’, the Italians say ‘don’t get your testicles in a twist’. Brilliant.