- Why did everyone start to hate the Russians if the U.S. did the same thing in Afghanistan, Iraq?
- What needs to be corrected in the management of Russia first?
- Why did Blaise Pascal become a religious man at the end of his life?
- How do I know if a guy likes you?
- When they say "one generation", how many do they mean?
Because that's what they do in movies. It's just that there are fewer abusive transfers. Social norms and all that. In real life, the more cultured a person is, the more obscenities they will cover up more intricately. It doesn't really depend on your nationality. 🙂
what does “oh my God!”have to do with it? What about ” oh, fuck!!!”? In my opinion, this is more commonly used, although of course I may be wrong. Not all Americans are religious. But religious people can also use “Holly shit”:)
Both Russians swear and non-Russians. As Maxim said, our obscene language is somewhat different, but just as a Russian may be surprised with the words “My God”,” Oh my God ” and so on, so an American may shout “fakin hell” (“fucking hell”) in surprise, and a German will say “scheisse” (“shit”). It seems to me that everything depends on the specific person and on the specific situation.
I am a Russian person, but I am surprised and swear with the words ” holy hedgehogs!”, “crumple my tail!”or” fluffy cat's assholes!”. I don't think this will spoil your statistics very much, but I disagree with the fact that every Russian swears with emotion.
Interesting question. We have a mate associated with genitals and sex. These are forbidden words that are not censored on TV. Among Americans, obscene language is more often associated with an insult to faith. Even ” Cheese Christ “(Jesus Christ) is translated into Russian as “damn it”. “Holi shield” (holy shit) is like “holy shit”. In short, we have a flourishing sacrilege (the devil, the devil), and they have obscenity (all sorts of “fak”, “fakin”, etc.)