Cool things to say in your language
>your language and/or country
>phrase and English translation
I love saying "dank meme" or is it only me who appreciates that?
no translation needed
>I wonder if I should run around aimlesly
>Kokko kokoo kokoon koko kokko
>Kokko gather together the whole bonfire
also the word for butter is the same as the word oh (as in oh fuck)
Basque has a pretty cool feature: when talking about brothers and sisters, the word changes depending not only on their sex but also yours. It actually makes sense because the relation of brother-brother is not the same as sister-brother
I don't know of any language that does the same
baszni = to fuck
elbaszni == to fuck up something
kibaszni = to throw out something
felbaszni az agyát = when you make someone angry, literally == to fuck up his brain
szétbaszni = to destroy something
átbaszni = to trick someone
megbaszni = to fuck someone, literally or figuratively
lebaszni = to scold someone
rábaszni = to put something on something
alábaszni = to put something under something
mellébaszni = to put something besides something
felbaszni = to put something over something
belebaszni = to put something into something
bebaszni = to get drunk
odabaszni == to throw something at something else
baszakodni = fucking something constantly
összebaszni = to mix things
such a creative language
Jebać - To fuck / Stink
Zajebać - To hit / steal something
Przejebać - To lose
Dojebać - to fuck something up more
Najebać - Get drunk / Put alot of something on / beat someone up
Pojebać - To go crazy
Podjebać - To steal something
Wyjebać - To steal / Beat someone up / break something
Przyjebać - To hit something / hit something with something, ex car crash invovling 2 cars would mean that they "przyjebali"
Zjebać - To fuck something up
Wjebać - to fall into something / fall ears deep into shit
Probably moar but cba to finish
>Polak węgier dwa bratanki
Southern Slavic languages have something similar
In Serbo-Croatian, your brother-in-law, aunt, uncle, sister-in-law, mother and father-in-law, etc are called differently depending on whether they're on the woman's(mother's/wife's) side or the man's (father's/husband's) side.
So your wife's parents are tast (dad) and tašta (mum), and your husband's are svekar (dad) and svekrva (mum). Likewise, uncle and aunt are stric/strina or teča/tetka depending on whether they're your mum's or dad's siblings.
Oh and there's a separate word for each ancestor, male and female, for each of the generations in the past. So your great-grandpa is pradeda, greatx2-grandpa is čukundeda, greatx3-grandpa is navrdeda ........... greatx9 I think is askurđel.
The more you know.
Jebat' - To fuck / Stink
Jebnut' - To hit / steal something
Projebat' - To lose
Dojebat' - to fuck something up more
Najebenit'(~sya) - Get drunk / Put alot of something on / beat someone up
Jebanutsya - To go crazy
Najebat' - To steal something
Vjebat' - Take drugs / Beat someone up / break something
Perejebat - To hit something / hit something with something, ex car crash invovling 2 cars would mean that they "vjebalis'"
Najebatsya - To fuck something up
Wjebatsya - to fall into something / fall ears deep into shit
Whole a lot more. So we are not slavs. Huh?
we are so similar:
>Najebati: Being Screwed/in deep shit
>Jebati: Fucking, sometimes beating
>Pojebati: To fuck en masse, or to fuck a lot
>Sjebati: To break something
>Zajebati: To trick or fool someone
there may be more but I can't think of any right now.
If you ever want to sound like cool American here are some mad cool words to slip into your sentences.