Discussion in 'Joke Board' started by AlphaAlex, May 15, 2013.
Saw this on reddit today...it's titled "Learning in Australia"
^ Yup. That's pretty much it.
Nice one c*nt. Sorry its considered rude to call women that
There's actually loads of sexual innuendo in the french language, so we spend a lot of our time saying "that's what she said" at school.
Funnily enough, "con" in french is the equivalent to "c*nt" in its meaning, although it is used to say idiot and is nowhere near as strong an insult as c*nt is.
When I was a sophomore in high school and in my second year of French, I bought a book of slang/dirty words and phrases in French. Taught you how to say all sorts of dirty things. I once said "casse-toi" (spelling is probably wrong, just woke up from a nap, leave me alone lol), which in the book it said means "break yourself" and is kind of a way to say "f*ck off" i said it once in class and my french-teacher about how a shit fit and talked about how it was an awful thing to say to someone. Never have I ever even looked at that book again lol
Well, it isn't really something to say in class, although with us the teachers don't really mind. Swearing in french is really light, so everybody is swearing all the time. Everybody here swears both in french and in english now.
We once had a spelling test but a friend and I were bored of studying for it so we started writing down as many rude words as we knew (I was 7 or 8).
His mum then came in and corrected the spelling then added a word or two. It was much more fun than ordinary boring words.
We had this Billy Idol song they used to play at our high school dances. I have no idea whether they still even play it or not:
Soooo every time there was a break in the vocals in the song all us kids would scream swear words at the top of our lungs. (If you're old, you probably know the ones I'm talking about. If you're young, maybe you inherited them from a previous generation.) The teachers had a meltdown at first, but after a few years they gave up and just let us scream obscenities....lol.
warning, explicit lyrics from the crowd
I think we pronounce it more like rut.
Well, this has been culturally educational!
I don't know anyone that pronounces "root" as "rut". Unless they're talking about rootbeer, which, of course makes no sense as to why they'd change their pronunciation. Though I know plenty of people who pronounce "route" as "root", and I'm one of them, but only when referring to "route 66" ... no idea why lol
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