It’s still a big wide world out there, and as every adventurer knows, there’s nothing as frustrating as being unable to communicate your feelings. Sure, ordering milk in your coffee, locating the loo and getting out of that dodgy Mexican jail are important conversations, but sometimes you need to be a little more expressive.
Thankfully, here’s the only piece of kit you’ll need to really develop your arsenal of fruity phrases, the guide on How To Swear Around The World. 128 pages packed with curses, phrases and elaborate insults, in dozens of languages; it even includes phonetic pronunciation and pictures.
Ideal for the contemporary traveller who may need to compare a companion to a suggestively shaped fruit, curse an enemy with a painful death or imply that someone’s mother enjoys intimate relations with wild animals.
Always be wary of cultural differences when employing new phrases
128 pages of international naughty words
Dozens of different languages
Featuring everyday curses, X-rated oddities and familiar phrases
Phonetic pronunciation guides
Written by Jason Sacher and illustrated by Toby Triumph
Measures approximately 18cm(W) x 12.5cm(H)
Nothing better than surprising your Spanish speaking friend by welcoming him into your house by calling him a goat f***er in Spanish.
Lloyd - 7th of October, 2015
Review 1 of 7
Fun content and I feel my man-wife and I will be prepared to swear in the majority of countries we travel to.
Dale - 5th of August, 2015
Review 2 of 7
What a great book. Essential reading for the avid world traveller! Great size to pop into your hand luggage!
Derek - 22nd of July, 2015
Review 3 of 7
Hilarious and surprisingly informative. A great gift which kept us all entertained!
Ciara - 21st of July, 2015
Review 4 of 7
Very comprehensive guide as to how I might be even ruder to my Continental and Colonial friends and erstwhile colleagues than I already am.
Barry - 10th of July, 2015
Review 5 of 7
Hilarious. Great gift!
Michael - 24th of April, 2015
Review 6 of 7
Very funny and quite useful. Not easy to pronounce all the swear words, phonetic spellings might have helped. Fun gift, though.