PE: An International Language

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My meatpole is growing!
Meine Fleischstange wächst!
Ma perche de la viande grandit!
Mio polo di carne sta crescendo!
¡Mi polo de carne está creciendo!
:)
 
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have you tried yelling "Meine Fleischstange wächst!" when your wife is scratching her head about your dick feeling bigger??? :p
 
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Originally posted by WaxN

Meine Fleischstange wächst!

:)
You just created a new german word. Or at least I never hear it before.
I prefer "Fleischwurst":p
 
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fleishwurst sounds like it would translate to flesh sausage.
 

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lol!!

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Originally posted by springy
Mua klada z masa roste <- Czech
springy, I used to work with a man from Prague. He was so excited about that Vin Diesel movie that was filmed there, he kept talking about it.
When I asked him about my fav line from the movie, "Bitches, come!"
He translated it to something like, "Kurva poytch!" (I'm sure I'm not spelling it correctly). Is that how you would say it?
I think he said that "f*ck" was something like "prz'at."
 
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Heute, eine große Fleischstange. Morgen, eine Scheide-reißende Schlange.
 
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Originally posted by doublelongdaddy
I looked up FLACCID in German and it Came back as FLABBY:)

FLACCID = SCHLAFF

Waxn,

do you have a good translator or do you really speak german?

BTW better words for Scheide are: Möse(Möschen), Muschi, Fotze(Fötzchen), Pflaume etc...

Ah and I know Kurva is polish too.
For russian it would be Suka.

"bitches come!"= davay suki:) or if they are nice and young: davay suchki!:D
 
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Originally posted by slayman
fleishwurst sounds like it would translate to flesh sausage.
Yes it's a special kind of sausage which is up to 3" in dia. and up to 14"inches long and curved:D

You can buy it from almost any butcher in germany and I always suspected that some lonely(or bitchy) girls use it for other purposes before eating it;)
 
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Hi WaxN,

Yep, your pronunication look about right, but the spelling in Czech is funny for non-czech speakers ...

Kurvo Pojd <- "Whores, follow me!" or, as you say, "Bitches, Come!"

Prz'at (spelled Prcat) is not a common way to say "f*ck". There are squillions of other ways to say it: Pichat, Sukat, Mrdat being the most popular.
 
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Originally posted by pole
FLACCID = SCHLAFF

Waxn,

do you have a good translator or do you really speak german?

BTW better words for Scheide are: Möse(Möschen), Muschi, Fotze(Fötzchen), Pflaume etc...

Ah and I know Kurva is polish too.
For russian it would be Suka.

"bitches come!"= davay suki:) or if they are nice and young: davay suchki!:D
pole,
I studied languages in school, years ago. I'm not up on the current vulgar slang, however. I know that there are books about "underground words," etc.
A professor I had was amazing - he spoke about 8 modern languages and a bunch of ancient tongues (Attic Greek, Sanskrit, etc.). He also spoke Arabic, Hebrew & he knew some ancient stuff like Moabite, Phoenician (not sure about hieroglyphics, however).
I'm not as fluent with French & German as I used to be.
 
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Originally posted by WaxN
pole,
I studied languages in school, years ago. I'm not up on the current vulgar slang, however. I know that there are books about "underground words," etc.
A professor I had was amazing - he spoke about 8 modern languages and a bunch of ancient tongues (Attic Greek, Sanskrit, etc.). He also spoke Arabic, Hebrew & he knew some ancient stuff like Moabite, Phoenician (not sure about hieroglyphics, however).
I'm not as fluent with French & German as I used to be.
yep, languages is an interresting topic for me as I travel much due to my job. But it's impossible for me to dedicate my time to relly learn a language. So I just know some words and sentences from polish, russian, greek, spanish and french besides my (I hope) much better english and of course german and (a little rusty) italian.
 
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