Do you know the meaning of these dirty words around the world? (only for 18+)

Warning :

This post is definitely not family-friendly. You won’t learn these dirty words in textbooks! 

Are you serious? Let’s be honest guys. While learning any new language, we get curious knowing and using those words.

If you are offended with the bad words you are in the wrong place. Pleaese don’t go through the lines below.

English Dirty words

Prick – “Terrible/Rude Person”
A word used when someone is being obnoxious, stupid, or rude.

Bastard – “Illegitimate Child”
Originally meaning a child born out of wedlock, now it’s used to call someone a jerk or to say a situation’s unpleasant. You could also say “git” (pronounced with a hard G).

Bellend – “Penis Head”
Ah, so many dirty words are associated with certain body parts. This one refers to a penis, or is used to call someone an idiot. There’s also knobend and dickhead.

Ass/Arse – “Butt”
Calling someone a jerk or a fool (“You asshole!”) or saying you couldn’t give a damn (“I don’t give an arse” or “I can’t be arsed”).

Cunt – “Vagina”
One of the most offensive dirty words (at least in English), referring to a vagina, typically used to call people stupid. In the UK, this word alone can mean a movie is rated “18”, so can only be seen by adults.

Balls – “Testicles”
Often thrown out there as a question of manliness or courage to do or not do something. “He doesn’t have the balls to do it.” or “He has some balls to say that.” (Like “he has some nerve.”) In the UK you might hear “bollocks” more often.

Shit – “Poop” or “Crap”
Now one of the most universal bad words there is in the English language. Shit is used in so many ways, like “piece of shit” to say something is worthless, or “shitty” as an adjective for something bad — like a “shitty day.” “You don’t know shit” means you don’t know anything, but “you know your shit” means you know quite a lot! It’s also used as an exclamation when something bad happens.

Piss off

If you want someone to step away from your personal space, you can simply tell them to piss off.

Bitch

A common word that’s not only used globally but from both males and females. According to this study, the word ‘bitch’ was used in 4.5 million interactions on Facebook, making it the top 5 most common swear word in the English language online.

British Dirty words

Bloody Hell

Out of all British swear words, this is probably the one that’s quickly being used by Americans. The word ‘bloody’ is also the foundational word that can be attached to other words to form a swear word, such as ‘bloody moron’ or to exclaim another word, like ‘bloody brilliant!’

Rubbish

Rubbish is what the British refers to as ‘trash.’ So when you tell someone their work is ‘rubbish’ it means that it’s trash.

Twat 

Twat is translated to ‘p*ssy’ so you can imagine how this word can be colorfully used in many different situations.

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