miércoles, octubre 17, 2007

Fucking Language

And no, for you perverts who have arrived on a wave of Google tissues, this rant is not about SEX - there are NO pictures here in Goth World so fuck off and masturbate behind the bike shed.

The english (grrrr) language, is probably the most eloquent and elegant of all languages on the planet. It is my mothers tongue, not in a lizard type way, more a being born in Manchester way, and thus I have a more than an adept grasp of it - the language, not my mothers tongue.

Anyway, I can read many languages but being a cocky mother-fucker, I decided to learn another.... Punjabi.

I don't know why, I just wanted to.

Except I can't.... because the fucking English doesn't make sense.

Quote: "I believe that learning the Panjabi script in an exiciting intellectual adventure which must not be missed"

How the fuck am I supposed to learn another language if your basis is fucked up to start with?

Looking on the bright side, I did learn the swear-words first....

PEHN DI PHUDDHI

So, there you go, swearing in a language other than English......

*Backs away before scheiss passiert*

But you can suggest swearing in another language if you want, and 'Putain' does not count as I have used it before :-s

18 comentarios:

Laura dijo...

The Swedes like to swear in different "levels of intensity" of the word devil.
I have a book at home called "Dutch you don't learn in class", but in general they just like to wish cancer on your mother or exclaim diseases.

Peach dijo...

fick mich! Dass is so schlect!

Ani dijo...

Having been where you've been you may have uttered this one before: hijo de la gran puta!

:D

john.g. dijo...

Does 'qui pasa conjo' count, and is it spelt correctly? If not, merde!

SpanishGoth dijo...

Laura -> devil is the only swear word in Welsh but I like the idea of 'exclaiming diseases'

Peach -> you saucy little minx

Ani -> not ! ask Darth Vader, his kids went a bit wayward

JG -> not much, apart from your spelling... (que pasa contijo)

The Aunt dijo...

I've always liked the sound of "Godverdomme" which is pronounced Hodferdumber, but it comes a good second to the typically Brussels "Potverdekke".

As used by Mr John in his well-known n°1 hit in Belgium, "Potverdekke, I'm glad that I'm a Belgian". Which he isn't. He's a Brit.

john.g. dijo...

Someone told me porkies then, I thought that was REALLY nasty. Merde again!

The Aunt dijo...

Mr John.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uTqknJDZrlI

All of existence is on YouTube.

SpanishGoth dijo...

Aunty -> "his well known hit" ? - it's not that well known as I don't know what the fuck you are talking about

JG -> hope you put brown sauce on those 'porkies'

Aunty -> I like the 'shower scene' of you, on you tube ;-)

Laura dijo...

v'lesu za grybami
his Mama is a _Hwang-Ho
Don't know if I have anymore to say.
What do you expect out of a woman whose name means I love to drown in a japanese french kind of way.

Tom Joad dijo...

Gah! I've been so obsessed with the bloody Hindu thing, I forgot to refresh! Anyhow, here's one I posted yesterday on another esteemed blog: "Jou ma naai vir viskoppe daar by die docks" which is Afrikaans (Laura!) for "your mother fucks for fish heads down at the docks". Sweet.

SpanishGoth dijo...

Laura and Tom, hold hands and be nice to each other, in a Buddhist kind of way

To everyone else, the text is.....

SpanishGoth dijo...

HINDU = correct

Text = The Laws of Manu - fucking wanker he is...

Tom Joad dijo...

"When he has touched a Kandala, a menstruating woman, an outcast, a woman in childbed, a corpse, or one who has touched a (corpse), he becomes pure by bathing"

Bloody hell - there's way too much bathing involved. Menstruating women? People who have touched a corpse? There would be not enough time in the day.

laura dijo...

I did know this TJ I was having an small stab at the afrikaans considering the situation...

Anyway we were holding hands.

SpanishGoth dijo...

Holding hands whilst having a period?

Bloody crikey, it might catch on

Which period did this cycle begin in? Historically I mean....

Mr Farty dijo...

I once made a French girl turn bright red by greeting her with the only sweary words I knew in her language: Salute Salope!

And a lovely Italian student, who we had staying with us one summer, rewarded us by teaching us this beauty: Va Fancula y Bastardo!

My South African son-in-law says: Yow Kan Gie Kak!

...which sounds remarkably Scotch.

My uncle Peter could apparently swear in 18 different languages. Now that's talented!

SpanishGoth dijo...

Mr F -> Swear in 18 languages? Impressive. I think I can only do 12 - bastardo. Although I should get extra points for Punjabi ;-)