I'm fairly sure madhir chod means like motherfucker or something?
Yeah, my Indian pals told me it was "Good day" as a laugh. I greeted a female Indian co-worker with it.
In Spanish they don’t say “I love you.” They say “te amo,” which literally translates to “I love you.”
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Luckily, she only spoke English and Navajo.
This is honestly just someone advertising their shit
Because Polock is in Glasgow is in Scotland I guess, and its funny because someone is clearly selling a weed growing tent as a "tomato/grape" growing tent, its mildly amusing, but other than the fact its posted by someone in Pollock, it doesn't really fit the sub
I Could have worded that better it's not me selling it I just seen it online and thought it was funny :)
Aw aye that famous Pollok in Indiana, ya fuckin fanny.
Why'd mickey leave minnie?
She was fucking goofy.
What's the difference between Frank Sinatra and Walt Disney
Frank sings Walt Disney
Il get my coat
Why dae elephants hiv big ears?
Coz Noddy wouldny pay the ransom.
Yeah that's exactly what we do
If you haven’t helicopter’d yer nob, are you really a boy?
Your no special cause you bleed oot yer minge
I doubt we'll ever really know. No male is strong enough to resist the urge.
Ah Scotland, I love you
I feel like in the US golf is taken up by a different demographic.
I canny believe you've done this
It would translate as beat them up. To do so would be givin' someone a doin'.
Brings back memories of childhood.
You're supposed to mix it with whatever the fuck you want
Reminds me of my youth in Russia.
JD (or W&M) and coke is a staple drink on a night out ya soggy cabbage.
"canny speak yit" One day, one day...
Space slice has got to be the greatest insult of all time
"Space" = dim-witted, head in the clouds.
"Slice" = gash, hatchet wound.
This subreddit is more entertaining than later Irvine Welsh novels.
The Scottish have the most original and devastating of insults. The way they can join completely inoffensive words together to form highly cutting yet witty and thought provoking put-downs is almost poetic.
To patch someone is to ignore/avoid them. Basically the Scottish version of ghosting.
I’ve never heard this one. And I’m scottish. Everyone I know says ghosted. Maybe I’m not down with the kids... (and I’m not even that old!)
This is my new favorite insult.
shut up ya badger
Being a badger isn't necessarily a bad thing. The honey badger is badass and doesn't give a damn
Good volunteer content transcriber
"Do the other thing" is safer because you might not know if the door needs pulling or pushing when behind him and not friends yet with door.
Oldie but a goodie
What if all the door needs is a friend?
I always go for the lean in to pulling method