If anyone needs cheering up I laughed out loud at several of these. Be warned though, contains some very naughty swear words.
I find Americans so funny.
Am I the only person who didn’t find this funny? More arrogance than humour.
My sides were not split either, my teen age son found them more amusing which demonstrates their level, I thnk.
What is the French verb to whack someone in their face with your,… - never mind, if it exists I’m sure I can find out
@Paul Flinders the word you a re searching for is BIFLER To whack someone in thé face with their pénis is BIFLER.
Thanks, my education is complete
It’s not surprising that French has such a word when English has a succinct phrase for it - although the fact that they haven’t simply borrowed the English raises a wry eyebrow. I suppose they have engaged in the activity long enough that it dates back to an era that just lifting words from English was not as common.
Well Paul my éducation i.e. complete also how did i dare To write that.anyway that is the slang word
Think the English word/verb is “swaffle”
It is a portmanteau neologism made up of ‘bite’ + ‘gifler’. Appeared in French in the last 10 years, maybe 15. Started as a vulgar joke.
Which makes quite close to the English phrase of which I was thinking. Swaffle, I admit, is one that I didn’t know. The Urban Dictionary says it is of Belgian/Dutch origin.
I have checked, apparently neither bite, nor bifler are in No 1 Son’s GCSE French vocab list, phew.
Bitte with 2 Ts comes from the origin which is a scandinavian word for a beam (optimistic lot, the scandinavians ) and is the word for a mooring bitt or bollard. That would be perfectly OK on a GCSE vocab list, but good for a snigger.