How to Insult Your Hosts in Many Languages
Author(s): Emma Burgess & David Salter
A multilingual phrase book to help you say what you really think of a foreign country and its appalling people - with all the politically incorrect, but invaluable sayings, you won't find in any standard phrase books.
At last - a multilingual phrase book that helps you say what you really think of a foreign country and its appalling people.
How to Insult Your Hosts in Many Languages is a ready-to-use, politically incorrect compendium of swear words and insults, helpfully translated into the four most common tourist languages.
Why waste money on an expensive volume that translates I fear this cutlet may be a trifle underdone' into polite French? This handy little volume lets you say It's as dry as a dead dingo's donger!' (and then tell the waiter to keep his shirt on), all in the elegant language of Napoleon!
Australian insults are second to none on the world stage. Be proud of your national heritage while travelling abroad. Enlist our uniquely colourful vernacular to demolish the cultural cringe. Tell a humourless German he's as funny as a hatful of arseholes. Taunt some macho Italian that he couldn't get a root in a knocking shop. Demand a sour Spaniard gives you a fair suck of the saveloy.
How to Insult Your Hosts provides the verbal ammunition to really express yourself. No traveller should leave home without it. First published 2005.
- : 9781741145847
- : Allen & Unwin
- : allenu
- : 0.13
- : December 2005
- : 1.3 Centimeters X 11 Centimeters X 18 Centimeters
- : books
- : Emma Burgess & David Salter
- : Paperback
- : English
- : 168