russian that actually means “go f-ck yourself” or “f-ck off”
– hi, can we go to cinema today?
– no, poshel nahuy (f-ck off).
in russian – a place to go. universal direction marker. you can hear it, if someone bored of you, or deny you money or service, or refuse s-xual relationship. sometimes you can just find it on the internet. you may think ‘but i did nothing wrong in my life!’. you should seriously revisit your lifestyle, if soulless web search engines suggest you to go ‘nahuy’
1. can you borrow me 100$? – poshol nahuy. f-ck off.
2. hey bro, pour me another shot of vodka. -nahuy (f-ck no), you drunk enough.
3. masha, please! i adore you so much, i can do anything you want! -ok, can you do for me just one thing? -yes!!! – idi nahuy (get the f-ck out), please!
relationship between two j-panese noriharu tsurukimura relationship between two j-panese noriharu tsurukimura
to swear on your friends and family or people you -ssociate with often in gangs mostly used by gds onfonem i’m finna sleep shorty -ss . keep talking sh-t imma beat yo -ss onfonem.
- party starter
when you reach down to adjust your junk, and everybody’s watching, and all you can do is play it off like, “yo. whaddup. this goes out to everybody in the house tonight.” his underwear wasn’t feelin’ his drop-crotch pants, so he pulled out the party starter as he rolled to the bar. via giphy take […]
screaming at your computer and earning over 4 million pounds for it jim:(to computer) weeeeahhhhhf-ckkkkksh-tttbewbieswoooooooohh tim: wtf is jim doing tom: oh don’t mind him, he’s just pewdieping
one achieving -rg-sm through watching episodes of the 1986 children’s show, pingu. “johnny unexpectedly had a severe pingasm midway through his pingu binge-watch session”