False but amusing friends

Adrian

Civis Illustris
Ach! I thought only Matthaeus was a native. Idk why I thought you spoke maybe Slovak or something... :oops:
I even sent him a PM (which he hasn't answered as he hasn't been around in a while), but you will be indispensable in helping me out, if you're willing!
Я немного говорю по-словакски.;)
 

Adrian

Civis Illustris
There are some polish verbal / pronunciation jokes [expressions imitating foreign expressions or/and phrases that hide "satirical content']

1. famous Japanese Karate masters:
Yayami Omate [pl. Jajami o matę - hitting the mat with testicles]
Masuki Nadachu [pl. ma suki na dachu - he has bi*ches on the roof]
Gonisuki Nabosaka [pl. Goni suki na bosaka - he chases bi*ches barefoot]
Yebiesuki Nabosaka [pl. jebie suki na bosaka - he f*cks bi*ches barefoot]

2. Bicycle in japanese - Sama Rama [pl. bare frame]
3. Syrenka (polish PRL era shitty car] in Japanese - Ohida (pl. Ochyda - disgusting thing)
4. Director's office in Japanese - Yamahama (pl. Jama chama - boor's den)

Some foreign personalities:
Denmark: Ole Skurvesen (pl. ale skurwysyn ! - what a son of a bitch! )
France: Lej Namur (pl. lej na mur - piss on the wall); Pierre Dole (pl. pierdolę - f*ck it!)
Russia: Ivan Bezjajcev - pl. Ivan Testicleless
Ukraine : Igor Koniovalenko pl. Igor Dick-stroker
 
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Glabrigausapes

Lammergeyer

Pacifica

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Adrian

Civis Illustris
Also:
gynecologist in japanese - macasuki (pl. maca suki - he fingers the bi*ches)
secretary's office - yamasuki (pl. jama suki - bi*ch's den)
secretary in japanese - sukahara (pl. suka hara - the b*tch is toiling)
beer in japanese - pokusa nakacu (pl. pokusa na kacu -a temptation during hangover)
lumberjack in japanese - pilayaya muharata (pl. piła jaja mu harata - the saw is cutting his balls)
voyeur in japanese - kukazamura (pl. kuka zza mura - he peeks from behind the wall)
 

Pacifica

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Glabrigausapes

Lammergeyer
Skąd przychodzi taka mądrość?!
 

Matthaeus

Vemortuicida strenuus
Imo, both macać and haratać are kinda pejorative in meaning and would never appear in an official document of any sort. They're more colloquial.
 

Pacifica

grammaticissima
Staff member
Have you ever been tempted to pronounce 'Testicles' as though it were the name of a Greek, like Pericles?
No, but I did come across this on Facebook. Well, only the first two posts, actually. I didn't see the third one back then, which is the only one containing "Testicles".
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Adrian

Civis Illustris
Some last dorm wisdom regarding polish-japanese false friends:D
- painter in Japanese - pisaki mazala (pl. pisaki, (ona) mazała - felt-tip pens, she drew)
- fireman in Japanese - zamala sikawa (pl. za mała sikawa - (his) hose is too small)
- head of family in Japanese - tatamayaya (pl. tata ma jaja - dad has balls)
- school thief in Japanese - kosimazaki (pl. kosi mazaki - he/she steals felt-tip pens)
- mother-in-law in Japanese = takasuka (pl. taka suka - such a bi*ch);
- mother in law's daughter = takasama (pl. taka sama - the same)
- lesbian in Japanese = nahui mihui (pl. na chuj mi chuj? - why the fu*k do I need a dick?)
- toilet in Japanese = sikaitu (pl. sikaj tu! - piss here!)

And many, many more;):D
 

Adrian

Civis Illustris
Some pronunciation / verbal Polish-Chinese jokes
mason in chinese = peng tynk (PL pękł tynk - pargeting cracked)
malfunction in chinese = peng ten chui (PL pękł ten chuj - that f*cker cracked)
banker in chinese = cing ciaz (PL. cingciarz - conman)
gay in chinese = ciong chui [PL. ciąg chuj(a)! - suck cock!)
gay (active) in chinese = phau go vryi [PL. pchał go w ryj - he pushed "it" (= the dick) in (his) mouth]
 
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Adrian

Civis Illustris
@Laurentius @EstQuodFulmineIungo @rothbard
Falsi Amici.
Basically Poland and Italy hold close and amiable relations (Legacy of Queen Bona and Pope John Paul II). I once heard that Poles are Italians living in the north:hide:
WORDPOLISH MEANINGITALIAN MEANING
BAGNOSWAMPBATHROOM, BATH
BRAMAGATECRAVING
SBIRRO:DPL. ZBIR - THUGCOP
CRIMINALISTAHOODLUMCRIMINOLOGIST
BRUTTOGROSS VALUEUGLY
NOCENIGHTSNUT;)
DROGAROUTE/ ROADDRUG
SCARPETTASOCKSHOE
NUDABOREDOMNAKED (F)
COSASHE-GOATTHING
MAIMONTH MAYNEVER
 

Adrian

Civis Illustris
This reminds me that, as far as I know, the Polish national anthem is the only one which mentions Italy, apart from the Italian one.
The original title of Polish anthem was "Pieśń Legionów Polskich we Włoszech" - "Song of the Polish Legions in Italy".


After third Patrition of Poland, many Poles were forced to emmigrate. Some found new homeland in Lombardia, where Dąbrowski Legion was formed. Polish legioniers were granted Lombardian citizenship.
Znalezione obrazy dla zapytania: Polish Italian friendship
Italy was the first country that acknowledged Polish Independent State in 1918.
 
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