From the creator of the acclaimed 8 Italian expressions having to do with poop (yep, that’s me!), here comes another dive into the darkness of the Italian language.
Delightfully vulgar and creepily truthful, this blog post is not suitable for pregnant women, minors or pregnant minors.
Here we go:
To take someone by the ass or Prendere per il culo means making a fool of someone, joking or even conning somebody.
– So you don’t really own a boa constrictor?
– LOL. No, we’ve been taking you by the ass the whole time!
– The commercial says I’m gonna lose 20 Kg in two weeks!
– That must be a take by the ass, there’s no way something like that is doable
– I was out visiting my friend Micheal
– Really? Too bad that I’ve met Micheal and you were not with him! Do you really think you can take me by the ass like that?! Read More
One of the greatest things about living far from home is that distance brings clearness.
In particular, the less you speak your mother tongue, the more you start noticing tiny little things about it.
Sometimes it’s cute things, like the fact that the words sonnellino (nap in Italian) and burrone (Italian for ravine) sound pretty hilarious.
And then there’s those other times in which you realize something gross that will make you wanna return your passoport, like the fact that the language you’ve spoken nonstop for 26 years has kind of a poop fixation.
Pooping someone or Cagare qualcuno means paying attention to what somebody is saying or, more generically, to notice someone.
– How’s it going with Francesco? Has he asked you out yet?
– Not at all. He barely poops me….
– …and after that could you please drive the kids to school?
– Hello?! Could you poop me?
– What’s on your mind lately? You’re so distracted!
To make someone poop or Fare cagare a qualcuno means to Read More