We Will Help You Learn Russian Swear Words

Is it possible to translate the dirty Russian language? How to convey all the colors of Russian swear words and phrases? The mission seems to be impossible, but editors of American and German BuzzFeed Victor Stepanov and Karsten Schmehl made a nice attempt. The results of their work were published in the article “17 Russian Swear Words We Definitely Need In English”. O God, it’s really funny!

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