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Don't Ever Use These English Words While Traveling In Foreign Countries (13 pics)

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Different countries have different cultures which also means many of them speak different languages. Due to the fact that there are so many different languages it can be tough for different cultures to communicate. If you find yourself in a foreign country, do yourself a favor and remember not to say any of these words unless you want things to get awkward pretty quickly.

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№1 Author: Mr666 (5 Mar 2015 04:07) Total user comments: 102


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I don't believe ANY of these...
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№2 Author: Lalimule (5 Mar 2015 04:57) Total user comments: 140


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.. The first one it's "preservatif" not "preservative"...
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№3 Author: foxmurder (5 Mar 2015 06:06) Total user comments: 31


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The first can be pretty similar in Spanish but the 'cool' does not mean a thing in Spanish. It does not sound remotely similar to any Spanish word... The Portuguese 'pay day' is hilarious and true
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№4 Author: MexAndi (5 Mar 2015 07:10) Total user comments: 177


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foxmurder,

Yes, it does sound like "culo" (cooloh) in spanish, and it's a rude word for butt.
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№5 Author: Boomer (5 Mar 2015 10:20) Total user comments: 181


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Randy, means "Horny" in England.
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№6 Author: moose4u (5 Mar 2015 11:40) Total user comments: 11


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The Hungary one is true :05:
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№7 Author: Elgio (5 Mar 2015 11:49) Total user comments: 0


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Last one in not LOL but LUL
LOL in dutch means fun
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№8 Author: titra (5 Mar 2015 11:56) Total user comments: 2


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The Estonian for "12 months" is kaksteist kuud. When said out loud, it sounds like "cocks taste good" :)
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№9 Author: rattte (5 Mar 2015 12:57) Total user comments: 170


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German and French is right too...

And we all learned from Sideshow Bob: "DIE" is an definite german article.
Die Bart, die! (True as well)
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№10 Author: grinds (5 Mar 2015 12:57) Total user comments: 0


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awsome!!! i'm portuguese and never thought of this one, pay day really sound like peidei
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№11 Author: clymustre (5 Mar 2015 13:29) Total user comments: 24


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In swedish it's not "speed" who means fart - but "fart who means speed.
But that's true : "kiss" means pee
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№12 Author: noplopy (5 Mar 2015 13:40) Total user comments: 0


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And pay day in french means gay
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№13 Author: Dutch James (5 Mar 2015 13:41) Total user comments: 0


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LOL in Dutch means the same.
Lul however means dick
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№14 Author: Hahahaha (5 Mar 2015 14:39) Total user comments: 0


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MexAndi,
well, almost, Cul (Cool) means butt in Catalan, one of the other languages spoken in Spain.
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№15 Author: Sandro7C (5 Mar 2015 14:41) Total user comments: 0


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foxmurder,

The pronunciation for COOL sounds in Spanish "CULO" with it is BUN.

But "PAY" doesn't sounds like "PEIDO" witch in Portuguese is "FART"

Portuguese and Spanish are my mother's and father's languages
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№16 Author: Buacks (5 Mar 2015 19:16) Total user comments: 1333


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Quote: MexAndi
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Culo is not a rude word for butt... that's the correct word for butt as defined by the Real Academia.

I can't understand the fuzz about using that word:

culo.

(Del lat. culus).

1. m. Conjunto de las dos nalgas.

2. m. En algunos animales, zona carnosa que rodea el ano.

3. m. ano.

4. m. Extremidad inferior o posterior de algunas cosas. Culo del pepino, del vaso

5. m. En el juego de la taba, parte ms plana, opuesta a la carne.

6. m. coloq. Escasa porcin de lquido que queda en el fondo de un vaso.
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№17 Author: Hi U (6 Mar 2015 04:04) Total user comments: 0


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In french it's : "Preservatif "
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№18 Author: a (7 Mar 2015 23:00) Total user comments: 0


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Buacks,
Say it in front of my grandma and see if she is ok with it
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