January 4: Chinese Phrases (contains swearing)

Here are some useful Chinese phrases for all you superspies out there (be advised that these are (a) rather loose translations, and (b) don’t have tones, which Chinese obviously does):
Ai ya, hwai leh! – Shit on my head!
Ai ya, wo mun wan leh – We’re in big trouble
BUN tyen-shung duh ee-DWAY-RO – Stupid inbred stack of meat
BEE-jway – Shut up
BEE-jway, neen hen BOO-TEE-TYEH duh NAN-shung! – Shut up, you inconsiderate schoolboys!
Choo fay wuh suh leh – Over my dead body.
Da-shiong bao-jah-shr duh la doo-tze – The explosive diarrhea of an elephant!
FAY-FAY duh PEE-yen – A babboon’s asscrack.
Fei hua – Nonsense.
Fei-oo – Junk
Fong luh. – Loopy in the head
Gao yang jong duh goo yang. – Motherless goat of all motherless goats.
guh jun duh hwoon dahn – A true bastard
gun hoe-tze bee dio-se – Engage in a feces-hurling contest with a monkey
With thanks to Joss Whedon and everyone that ever worked on “Firefly”.

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I write books (mainly adventure fantasy for kids and young adults), real-time twittertales, and a blog of Daily Awesomeness. @Louise_Curtis_ and http://twittertales.wordpress.com. My fantasy ebook is on sale at https://www.smashwords.com/books/view/278981.

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