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bolo Activity: 2 / 308
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  Oct 10, 2006, 12:27am  #121

Quoting: humbug, Post #141
swan eaters

zjadacze labedzi (?) Unless it's some kind of an idiom
scouser   Oct 10, 2006, 09:09am  #122

ciota! a nice polish girl i know told me this about żurawski after his world cup performance against germany. it means hes a bit of a girly man
Simon   Oct 10, 2006, 10:18pm  #123

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It always sounded to me like people were saying shull kref polara. Which I believe means your mother has dogs blood in her.
krysia Activity: 24 / 3,107
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  Oct 10, 2006, 11:15pm  #124

hahahahaha
it's "psia krew, cholera". Those words go hand and hand together.
"cholera" literally means "cholera"
Shelley   Oct 11, 2006, 05:55am  #125

I find all this very strange, in all the time I've been learning Polish I really haven't wanted to learn how to swear, I think "fcuk off" is universal...anyway I really dont think I'll ever have the need to swear at a Polish person, I dont go about telling english peeps to f off or use bad lang in conversation.....sorry just my 2 p worth...
wozzy Activity: 8 / 208
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  Oct 11, 2006, 10:22am  #126

Quoting: Shelley, Post #146
I really haven't wanted to learn how to swear,



True but it's good to know when you'r being sworn at.............
gordon pocket   Oct 25, 2006, 04:35pm  #127

i am looking for the polish spelling of a word which sounds like ziabeastchya? any help? apparently it means fucking great! if this is true it has to be the only swear word in the world that has a positive meaning and is therefore in itself ziabeastchya
bolo Activity: 2 / 308
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  Oct 25, 2006, 04:49pm  #128

You're right:

zajebista - fcuking great
plg Activity: 17 / 266
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  Oct 25, 2006, 05:42pm  #129

Quoting: bolo, Post #149
You're right:

zajebista - fcuking great


does ZAJEBISTA mean fucking great. why only one polish word for two english words
bolo Activity: 2 / 308
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  Oct 25, 2006, 05:50pm  #130

Quoting: plg, Post #150
does ZAJEBISTA mean fucking great. why only one polish word for two english words

Zajebista/zajebiscie/zajebisty are slogan, swear words. Actually you could also translate it using only one word: "great" or "awsome," but since the term "zajebista" derive from the swear words "jebac" [to fcuk] or "zajebac" [to fcuk up, fcuk], the best Polish translation is "fcuking great" or "fcuking awsome."
plg Activity: 17 / 266
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  Oct 25, 2006, 06:07pm  #131

its all kind of confusing to me

bolo how is your English so good
krysia Activity: 24 / 3,107
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  Oct 25, 2006, 07:56pm  #132

He surprises me too!!!
carolina girl   Oct 31, 2006, 11:37am  #133

My grandmother used to say (I don't have a clue as to how to spell the words but here goes) sounds like shod clef and then she would say holeta does anyone know what the meaning of these are?
Bartolome Activity: 2 / 1,095
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  Oct 31, 2006, 01:12pm  #134

Psia krew - dog's blood
Cholera - cholera
:)
dziwna_gruszka Activity: - / 197
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  Oct 31, 2006, 02:20pm  #135

Dear Admin
Isn't to run: spierdalac?
dsafsdvvgf   Nov 5, 2006, 09:00am  #136

how do u say
fuck off u cunt

pedow - gays
plg Activity: 17 / 266
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  Nov 5, 2006, 09:04am  #137

speardalaj ty cipa

phonetics

spear-da-lie-.....ti.....cheapka

hehehe

whos polish in here (cipa is actually pussy, but its still the same)
if you want cunt just ask me
Maat   Nov 5, 2006, 01:01pm  #138

When a polish guy is crossed with a woman instructing him, and speaks the word Kurwa at her (this from a guy that speaks reasonably good english), is that an insult?

And what about two guys and a girl shouting the word Kurwa laughing?

I also had a guy turn to me and say angrily to me "gowno" in the same way you would call somebody a bad name.

Can somebody help me with this?
Shelley   Nov 5, 2006, 01:15pm  #139

Kurwa is whore I think...

Just call them a cipa (the c should sound like "ts" as in cats

no idea what gowno is

Gowno is - shit
plg Activity: 17 / 266
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  Nov 5, 2006, 01:23pm  #140

kurwa = whore , bitch. but is also the equivalent to FUCK in english

so there probably saying fuck.

kurwa mac =fuck sake

and gowno is shit
TheFishMonger   Nov 8, 2006, 08:46am  #141

how do you pronounce Kurwa? Or is that the Anglicized version?
FISZ Activity: 25 / 2,135
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  Nov 8, 2006, 09:03am  #142

Kur (little tongue roll) va
Grim   Nov 9, 2006, 08:17am  #143

spierdalaj ty jebany matkojebco -> fuck of you fucking mother fucker
I am from poland and I'am glad of such interested in thet kind category of my language
I will help with pleaser if enybody wants :)
bartek212 Activity: 2 / 19
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  Nov 12, 2006, 04:19pm  #144

Zajebi¶cie funny topic :)
humbug   Nov 18, 2006, 02:55pm  #145

are you sure zjadacze labedzi is polish for swan eaters? is there a easier way to say it?
thanks
Davo-KLH :)
rafik Activity: 20 / 598
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  Nov 18, 2006, 03:39pm  #146

Quoting: humbug, Post #168

are you sure zjadacze labedzi is polish for swan eaters? is there a easier way to say it?
thanks
Davo-KLH

ur right dude
plg Activity: 17 / 266
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  Nov 18, 2006, 03:51pm  #147

jestem chujowy:)
miranda   Nov 18, 2006, 03:55pm  #148

Quoting: plg, Post #170
jestem chujowy

that's a swan eater in Polish?
Cyprian Activity: 2 / 70
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  Nov 18, 2006, 10:52pm  #149

i love swearing in polish.... u can relaly feel the emiton as apoosed to swering in english.... like f*ck you ***** sounds so soft compared to speardalaj ty chojue pojebany kutas
krysia Activity: 24 / 3,107
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  Nov 18, 2006, 10:56pm  #150

Quoting: miranda, Post #171


Quoting: plg, Post #170
jestem chujowy

that's a swan eater in Polish?

Hahahaha!! Is it really? I'm wondering the same thing. What do swans have to do with it?



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