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By Erin Coyne, Igor Fisun

GET D!RTYNext time you’re touring or simply chattin’ in Russia together with your pals, drop the textbook formality and bust out with expressions they by no means train you in class, together with: • Cool slang• humorous insults• particular intercourse phrases• uncooked swear phrases soiled Russian teaches the informal expressions heard each day at the streets of Russia:What's up?kak de-LA?I particularly gotta piss.mnye O-chen NA-do pos-SAT. rattling, you fine!blin, nu ti i shi-KAR-nii! Let's have an orgy.da-VAI u-STRO-im OR-gi-yu. this can be crappy vodka.d-ta VOD-ka khre-NO-va-ya. Let's pass get hammered.poi-DYOM bukh-NYOM. i am gonna personal you, bitch!ya te-BYA VI-ye-blyu!

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Let’s chase this vodka with some beer. da-VAI shli-fo-NYOM-sya. moonshine. sa-mo-GON. Although the real sots just call this Russian homebrew pure grain alcohol. chi-sto-GAN. (sem). cognac. ko-NYAK. The more slangy word is (ko-NI-na). This is, of course, more often brandy than actual cognac. some brew. piv-KO. yorsh. yorsh. A mixed drink consisting of vodka and beer. SOME FINER POINTS OF RUSSIAN IMBIBING〉〉〉 Russians like to get the party started as quickly as possible, which means they waste no time pounding down the drinks.

S me-NYA KHVA-tit. I’m good for now. mnye po-KA vsyo. I’m gonna sit this round out. ya pas. I’m too damn drunk to drink anymore. po-mu-TI-los v moz-GU. What, are you dissin’ me?!?! ti me-NYA nye u-va-ZHA-yesh?!?! Expect this as the standard Russian response to someone who has tried to sit out a round. Drugs nar-KO-ti-ki While drinking alcohol is still the great Russian national pastime, drugs can be scored in just about any Russian city large or small. They have become a big part of the Moscow club scene in recent years, and ecstasy-fueled raves are some of the hottest tickets in town.

Mnye POL-nii piz-DYETS. This doesn’t just refer to being drunk but can mean “I’m totally fucked” in just about any sense. Drinkers PYU-schi-ye One thing it ain’t hard to find in Russia is someone to drink with. ” An alkie al-KASH That fucking alkie always wants to mooch drinks. E-tot YO-ba-nnii al-KASH vsyeg-DA KHO-chet na SHA-ru pit. The cops men-TI Although public drunkenness is common in Russia, attracting too much attention to yourself could run you the risk of an unpleasant encounter with some of Russia’s finest out trolling for a little supplementary income.

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