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" "Forrar a hostias Golpear intencionadamente a alguien mucho y muy intensamente.Readers, I present to you pollas en vinagre dicks in vinegar!The meaning isnt much different, and you cant go wrong adding puta to everything.A lot of them are total.S.Me va a salir un cardenal de narices!" / "Como no frenes, nos vamos a pegar un hostión, coño!" / "Se dio un hostiazo que le arrancó todos los piños y se partió un brazo.Next time youre in a meeting with your boss at the language school, tell him You dont really expect me to go to a tomar por culo at 8 AM, do you?O P, q R, s T, u V, y Z, bruce Lee arreando una buena hostia, que era lo suyo.Gilipollas, personally, I like to think gilipollas means dumbass.
Seems Ive created quite a stir on some expat Facebook groups lately with some of my generalizations.
Incidentally, Im from buttfuck myself, so I can say these things (with no offense to sodomites).
Also, puta isnt bitch, in case you didnt get the memo.
Now while were here What are your favorite Spanish expressions?
One of my favorite underrated places in Spain.Got any favorite obscene Spanish expressions of your own?Lo sabe alguien más?" Se puede intensificar con la palabra "puta" por delante o por detrás.Either way, it refers to a miserable place somewhere far beyond Tres Cantos Maybe around El Molar or something.My middle school students used to love to insult each other with this one.Maybe, if you preferred, you could translate it as If only a swordfish would fuck you!I just cant bring myself to say it or write.Pollas en vinagre Im going to end with my all-time favorite curse word in Spanish.Cant top that even if I tried.Of course, there are many things you can say with coño the Spanish version of the C-word.Literally meaning male goat, I most frequently hear it as qué cabrón or qué cabrones in plural.

So here, I have done the hard work for you and compiled a list of some of the most common and hilarious curse words used in Spain!
Coño Coño means,., cu, crap.