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I can count to potato.

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jebeno, paedology, , , , ruched, mat, )
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******* , ******* , ******* , ******* , ******* , **** , **** , ******
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Submitted: 05/09/2012
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#14 - thatguywithabeard (05/10/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Just saying
User avatar #27 - bchewey (05/10/2012) [+] (7 replies)
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...
#1 - bronyalex (05/09/2012) [+] (2 replies)
I don't care!
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#67 - phantomftw (05/10/2012) [+] (1 reply)
**phantomftw rolled a random image posted in comment #328 at Recycle Bin ** translate this
User avatar #73 - darthacerbus (05/10/2012) [-]
So THAT'S why Slavic languages seem so violent/angry.
User avatar #50 - Xedan (05/10/2012) [+] (1 reply)
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.
#10 - posalad (05/09/2012) [+] (2 replies)
Completely different countries, but the post reminded me of Finland in Satw XD
#55 - someguyonthewebz (05/10/2012) [+] (1 reply)
User avatar #39 - cofy (05/10/2012) [+] (15 replies)
proud to be polish
#6 - beerterror (05/09/2012) [+] (4 replies)
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.
#133 - niceguydan (05/10/2012) [-]
im polish so its okay
#116 - enlil (05/10/2012) [+] (7 replies)
******* lo and behold, the all meanings of word pierdolić.


there are many more


Kurwa, czasami własny język mnie przeraża.
User avatar #8 - Hreidmar ONLINE (05/09/2012) [+] (5 replies)
Bit of a fun fact... Russian swearing is so advanced that it's actually used as a separate language. Thieves and other criminals (except the politicians) use words that in regular Russian are considered appalling in order to communicate very precise ideas.

Russian has a lot of swear words, many levels of them. In English, things like ' ***** are so incredibly common, they've lost any shock value. Even in schools, they're just ignored. Words like 'cunt' are still impolite, but getting far less terrible. Whereas in Russian, the equivalent of ' ***** would be like the first tier of a five tier swearing system.
#122 - gobnick (05/10/2012) [-]
well, that certainly illustrates the diversity of the word
User avatar #65 - furrypuppy (05/10/2012) [-]
Funny how the entire Funnyjunk community is suddenly an expert in Slavic languages. xD
User avatar #100 - ktulu (05/10/2012) [-]
All people of Slavic origin have about a dozen words for ******* .
User avatar #24 - moskal (05/10/2012) [+] (7 replies)
Thing is, half of those swear words are Russian.

Poshli oni vse nahuj, che oni voobshe znajut o mate?

S DNEM POBEDY TVOJU MAT'!
UUURRRAAAAAAAA!!
User avatar #36 to #24 - CaptainJohnPrice (05/10/2012) [-]
Slavic languages are closely related.

Polish and Russian share a large amount of words. (I speak both.)
#64 - azsswim (05/10/2012) [+] (18 replies)
teraz dopiero widac, ze polacy maja lepsze slowa na " **** "

u jelly english speakers?
User avatar #72 to #64 - TheFixer (05/10/2012) [-]
warsaw 1939 u mad poland?
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