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TBA

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Oct 10, 2009
 
http://www.hindilearner.com/hindi_bad_words.h...
so aussies can understand how we are being sworn at in our own country.
Gia

Brisbane, Australia

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Oct 10, 2009
 
TBA wrote:
http://www.hindilearner.com/hi ndi_bad_words.html
so aussies can understand how we are being sworn at in our own country.
Once again ta TBA.
SAINT KING CURRY

Sydney, Australia

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Oct 10, 2009
 
TBA wrote:
http://www.hindilearner.com/hi ndi_bad_words.html
so aussies can understand how we are being sworn at in our own country.
good research TBA.Tell me what's the difference between swear and racial abuse?Australian forum is full of racist posts.
THE REAL KING CURRY

Melbourne, Australia

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Oct 10, 2009
 
SAINT KING CURRY wrote:
<quoted text>good research TBA.Tell me what's the difference between swear and racial abuse?Australian forum is full of racist posts.
you're the expert. you tell us.
TBA

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Oct 10, 2009
 
SAINT KING CURRY wrote:
<quoted text>good research TBA.Tell me what's the difference between swear and racial abuse?Australian forum is full of racist posts.
one difference is that this is an english speaking country, and the only people abusing aussies and whites in another language are from the indian subcontinent.
Tell me- out of all the migrants in this country, from over 100 countries, why is it only indians who are so abusive? Where are the abusive chinese, Greeks, Philipinos, Croats etc etc?
HON SAINT KING CURRY

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Oct 10, 2009
 
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Where are the abusive chinese, Greeks, Philipinos, Croats etc etc?
they are very busy working not like you sitting front of PC and insulting poor curries.
HON SAINT KING CURRY

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Oct 10, 2009
 
HON SAINT KING CURRY wrote:
<quoted text>they are very busy working not like you sitting front of PC and insulting poor curries.
or sitting IN front of PC and insulting admirable Aussies and swearing in Hindi,like you

Since: Oct 09

Bangalore, India

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Oct 10, 2009
 
TBA wrote:
http://www.hindilearner.com/hi ndi_bad_words.html
so aussies can understand how we are being sworn at in our own country.
I knew 7 or 8 of the commonly used swear words in Hindi, but after going through that link, I was simply stunned to see such a long list! Any other languages have so many swear words? If not, could that be because non-Indians are not so abusive as these guys?

Or maybe Indians can only sit and cry and curse instead of facing the person or taking on the problem like real men?

:-)
TBA

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Oct 10, 2009
 
Exile _In_My_Own_Land wrote:
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I knew 7 or 8 of the commonly used swear words in Hindi, but after going through that link, I was simply stunned to see such a long list! Any other languages have so many swear words? If not, could that be because non-Indians are not so abusive as these guys?
Or maybe Indians can only sit and cry and curse instead of facing the person or taking on the problem like real men?
:-)
we certainly don't have the same range of obscenities, especially the incestuous ones. It certainly gives an insight into the culture!

Since: Jul 08

Thane, India

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Oct 10, 2009
 
TBA wrote:
http://www.hindilearner.com/hi ndi_bad_words.html
so aussies can understand how we are being sworn at in our own country.
Your research is flawed. I can help you a bit

I never heard even 5% of listed words. The most common ones are "Bhen-chod", "chutia", "Bhonsdi-kay" and "Madar-chod" and they're often used in good humour among guys. Although, it's still largely inappropriate to utter them in front of females.

Watch out for it when someone uses "Randi" in presence of a female. It may mean prostitute but it's a very deeply insulting term for women. I never use it personally out of respect for all womankind.

Words like "gaand" "choot" and "lund" is extremely low-class. High class, caste-conscious Indians won't use those words.

Since: Oct 09

Bangalore, India

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Oct 10, 2009
 
TBA wrote:
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we certainly don't have the same range of obscenities, especially the incestuous ones. It certainly gives an insight into the culture!
Very true.

Since: Jul 08

Thane, India

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Oct 10, 2009
 
TBA wrote:
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we certainly don't have the same range of obscenities, especially the incestuous ones. It certainly gives an insight into the culture!
Unfortunately among low-class Indians, when two guys fight or have an argument the first thing they want to verbally abuse is the other's mother and sister. THE SOLUTION: Avoid dealing with low-class people
ORIGINAL KING CURRY

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Oct 10, 2009
 
Low class people?Does it say on their fore head "low class" people?
TBA

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Oct 10, 2009
 
Woohi wrote:
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Your research is flawed. I can help you a bit
I never heard even 5% of listed words. The most common ones are "Bhen-chod", "chutia", "Bhonsdi-kay" and "Madar-chod" and they're often used in good humour among guys. Although, it's still largely inappropriate to utter them in front of females.
Watch out for it when someone uses "Randi" in presence of a female. It may mean prostitute but it's a very deeply insulting term for women. I never use it personally out of respect for all womankind.
Words like "gaand" "choot" and "lund" is extremely low-class. High class, caste-conscious Indians won't use those words.
Well someone called me lund, so he is extremely low-class. LOL
Don't worry, I won't be using any of these words!
TBA

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Oct 10, 2009
 
Woohi wrote:
<quoted text> Unfortunately among low-class Indians, when two guys fight or have an argument the first thing they want to verbally abuse is the other's mother and sister. THE SOLUTION: Avoid dealing with low-class people
the average aussie has no idea who is low class or caste, unless their behaviour is bad or they display no manners. I always wondered how Indians determine which caste someone is when they first meet them. Is it the surname or what?

Since: Jul 08

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Oct 10, 2009
 
ORIGINAL KING CURRY wrote:
Low class people?Does it say on their fore head "low class" people?
I know how to make it out as soon as they open their mouth. They are cunning, uncouth, insincere and try to cheat you out of money. They make me sick.

I don't care if you think I'm arrogant but I'd really never deal with these low class people.
THE ONE N ONLY KING CURRY

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Oct 10, 2009
 
ORIGINAL KING CURRY wrote:
Low class people?Does it say on their fore head "low class" people?
look in the mirror.can you see it?
ORIGINAL KING CURRY

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Oct 10, 2009
 
Woohi wrote:
<quoted text> I know how to make it out as soon as they open their mouth. They are cunning, uncouth, insincere and try to cheat you out of money. They make me sick.
I don't care if you think I'm arrogant but I'd really never deal with these low class people.
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TBA

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Oct 10, 2009
 
Woohi wrote:
<quoted text> I know how to make it out as soon as they open their mouth. They are cunning, uncouth, insincere and try to cheat you out of money. They make me sick.
I don't care if you think I'm arrogant but I'd really never deal with these low class people.
Those adjectives describe a lot of the indian trolls on topix. So it's only the lower caste who are totally uncouth when they are here? I wonder if those caste distinctions exist in overseas indians?

Since: Jul 08

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Oct 10, 2009
 
TBA wrote:
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the average aussie has no idea who is low class or caste, unless their behaviour is bad or they display no manners. I always wondered how Indians determine which caste someone is when they first meet them. Is it the surname or what?
Usually the surname. I tend to trust people with Brahmin surnames the most. They're the highest caste here.

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