On Cursing

So apparently there’s a rule here where we cannot cuss out another party. But here’s the thing, when I cuss at something it is almost never another person, but a group, policy or what have you.

With that in mind I was thinking of curses I know in other languages. Such as in Italian and Spanish. Va Funcuolo (Go fuck yourself) Capo di Merde (Shithead in Italian) Cabeza de merde (Same thing in Spanish) But one Spanish curse that tickles me is apparently there’s a rule here where we cannot cuss out another party. But here’s the thing, when I cuss at something it is almost never another person, but a group, policy or what have you.

With that in mind I was thinking of curses I know in other languages. Such as in Italian and Spanish. Va Funcuolo (Go fuck yourself) Capo di Merde (Shithead in Italian) Cabeza de merde (Same thing in Spanish) But one Spanish curse that tickles me is Espero que te jodas por un pez which translates to I hope you get fucked by a fish.

And the weather in beautiful Atlanta – torrential downpour right now. No wonder it’s all green and blooming flowers on trees.

3 thoughts on “On Cursing

  1. My family wasn’t too far from their German roots so I learned all sorts of interesting words as a kid that came in handy later in life like arschloch (asshole), scheisse (shit), scheissekopf (shithead), etc. Came in handy :)

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