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The Little Book of Essential Foreign Swearwords (Summersdale humour)

by Emma Burgess

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Essential Foreign Swearwords is exactly what you hoped it would be, and a little bit more.

Once the standard four-letter word translations are out of the way, the author treats us to gems such as "Honestly, officer, his face was like that when I met him" and "I would like to buy your children—how much is the boy?" and "I have you down as a bit of a pigeon-licker" and many others I would have to censor.

Looking for a bit of adventure on your next international trip? I have just the book for you. ( )
  Daniel.Estes | Dec 31, 2012 |
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Ever been lost for words abroad? Impress your friends with a plethora of multi-lingual profanity form this pocket book.

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