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How to Swear Around the World Paperback – September 19, 2012
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"Let's face it, traveling around the world costs a bucketload of money. We'd all love to be globetrotters, but, unfortunately, the closest most people get to seeing foreign countries is movies and photos on Facebook. Thankfully, Jason Sacher is here to ease the pain. What's the next best thing to visiting exotic locales? Learning how to say "Your mother is a cow!" in Turkish ("Annen big inek!"). And, of course, telling someone "Fuck your mother!" in Burmese ("Minn may minn lo!"). As useful as it is hilarious, Sacher's How to Swear Around the World teaches readers all kinds of vulgar phrases in dozens of different languages. Feel free to call Expedia and curse out their airfare prices using any of the book's quotes."
About the Author
Jason Sacher is a Maine-based writer.
Toby Triumph is an illustrator from the north of England, currently based in London.
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Here's what I do not like - there are phrases that I want to be able to say in specific languages that this book doesn't cover. Also, a pronounciation guide would be nice.