Ocean Soul Posted December 29, 2021 Share Posted December 29, 2021 (edited) CAUTION: This post will contain fucking strong language. If you are easily offended by content like this, please go rather check out my cursing free quizzes 😁😂 So once again your favourite band in the whole world had to postpone or even cancel their show you were supposed to go? Corona has gotten out of hands in your country and you have no idea when you'll see Nightwish live next time? You feel more or less fucked up and wonder what the hell I should do now, I'm bored as hell. If only I could curse in Finnish, they have so wide range of different expletives and some of the strongest and the rudest ones would be really suitable for this situation and how I'm feeling right now. Well, I'm doing this for you guys! This is going to be so much fun and probably I'm laughing my ass off while doing this. Let's start! In some of expletives you can add 'voi' in front of them to increase the effectiveness. In this case 'voi' means 'oh' in English. For example 'voi vittu' means 'oh fuck'. Helvetti = literal meaning 'hell'. Strong and powerful expletive. For example you enter your office and everything's messed up, the first thing you might think is 'mitä helvettiä täällä on tapahtunut?!" which means 'what the hell has happened here?!'. Hemmetti = Damn; mild one, very common. Hitto = very similar as 'hemmetti'. Jumalauta = probably one of the rudest ones, it has no enough strong equivalent in English as Google translator translated it as 'goddamn it'. Literally 'goddamn it' is the closest one, but meaning is way much powerful. For example you're holding something very expensive, and somebody knocks it off of your hand, it drops to the floor and breaks into million little pieces. Then you can yell 'VOI JUMALAUTA!!!' while looking at the person very murderously. The person should shit themself if this is done correctly. Paska = Shit, crap; very common. It is so common that it has almost lost its power as an expletive, but don't use it in a civilized conversation. Perhana = Darn; very similar as 'hemmetti' or 'hitto', but it has a bit more effect in it. It's not quite as common as 'hitto' or 'hemmetti', but not rare though. Perkele = Unfortunately this great expletive has no equivalent in English. This is definitely one of the rudest and powerful ones. In some cases 'perkele' translates as 'the devil'. It has very strong consonants, so this word is great if you want to learn to pronounce them well. Perse = Ass; very common. It is so common that it has almost lost its power as an expletive, but don't use it in a civilized conversation. Saamari, samperi = Very mild expletive, I strongly believe that these are derivatives from 'saatana'. Saatana = literal meaning is 'satan'. Yeah, we use it as a curse word and it's a very good one! One of the strongest expletives, definitely. For example you fuck up something at work and you have to start over again you can mumble under your breath 'voi saatana...!' because you don't want customers to hear you. Vittu = Fuck; my personal favorite and one of the rudest ones among 'helvetti', 'jumalauta', 'perkele' and 'saatana'. You can also combine some expletives together. Vittu saatana works pretty well! If you wanna be even more effective, you can say 'voi vitun vitun vitun vitun vitun vittu' which means 'oh fucking fucking fucking fucking fucking fuck'. You can add as many 'vitun' in front of 'vittu' as you need. Grammatically 'vitun' is a genetive of 'vittu'. This was quite entertaining to do. I hope you had fun and maybe learned something new 🤣 Edited December 30, 2021 by Ocean Soul 2 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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