Discussion in 'Joke Board' started by AlphaAlex, May 15, 2013.
I am shocked.
Oh, you mean "cack" right?
Although not a curse word, my what I thought of as a replacement was "chum."
Maybe it is an aussie insult, against brits.
I think she means coot.
Whenever I hear Australia I first think of the Sydney Opera House and then the word ****. How can somebody not think of the word **** first.
But then my implicit thoughts on other nations as follows...
When I think of my home nation I think of the statue of liberty and the word hamburger. France, Eiffel Tower and croissants and the phrase "tu merdre". Japan, Mt. Fuji and then a variety of dirty phrases and ways to say that your mother is a big hamburger. Germany I can only think of Ian Pooley. Oh and how to say "it is foggy" in German.
damn, we gotta work on our image. beer isn't the first thing you think of??
and yes, i swear like a drunken sailor around my mates, but not in mixed company
heres a typical use of swears relating to my last visit to my fathers place. names have been removed.
a: f mate, just got chased by this big f'n emu
b: how big was the c?
a: f'n BIG mate, c of a thing was bigger than me
b: ya great big f'n sook
a: get f'd ya c
a: dad, you want a beer while i'm up?
b: nah, you can get me a can of bourbon from the fridge though
a: f that, think i'm walking all the way to the fridge, i got my f'n eski just inside the door, you want something else get off your lazy A and get it yourself.
b: yeah alright you lazy c
That is the third thing I think of. And those are some very good conversations. Also the idea of getting chased by an emu is kind of foreign to me and fascinating.
AU for me:
The wonderful accent, all the wonderful animals, all the beautiful places I want to visit, Heath Ledger (RIP Heathypoo <3), Christopher Hemsworth, and Sam Worthington, Aborigines, all the awesome swears, and NZ being full of sheep shaggers.
I don't even want to go there about the US -.-
lololol this is amazing. People just get offended here when I say c-nt... which is why I say it when I can lol. But I say "f-ck" all the time. All the time.
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Australia to me is the accent and the animals.
When I think of beer I think of Belgium and swearing goes with Ireland.
"Tu merdre" doesn't actuallly mean anything.
That's more Wales for me, although it's also true about NZ.
If you were from AU it'd be NZ with no question. For me here in the US, it's pretty much anyone who lives in a town smaller than mine... which is already really low at 15400 people lol
I was told that it meant "you shit". I'll have to confront my friend about this, he has deceived me.
"merde" is shit. Not sure why your friend added the extra "r" in there, though, occasionally, it is spelled that way. And when you say "Tu merde" are you using merde as a verb or a noun? Because if you are using it as a noun that doesn't work grammatically in French.
Bah it was years ago and I don't know what level of depth he was in with the language. I do for certain know how to say, sacred blue, cat, and "I'm a small girl" in french though. I have no idea why, most of the things I know which are few and useless I can't remember how I learned them.
Prove it lol, just kidding. I can speak French pretty well for never using it. I've taken a lot of it though. All though high school, passed the test to get into the advanced French classes in college so I only had to take two semesters before I was finished with the learning part. I wish I could take more though. I'm so rusty.
I want to pick up Japanese again, I took four years of it in high school and it is the only class I had consistently fond memories of. I have enough trouble reading and writing mathematics though for now, but maybe one day.
I also want to pick up Cantonese one day too but that is after the non-existent day when I've learned Japanese because I finally mastered mathematics and the use of it in the trade I aspire towards.
Another rotten joke is lack of time, I wish I could study languages in a timeless pocket dimension and then come out to catch up with my other studies.
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