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    What does it mean?

    utaschka, nichuja & shalawa (I think the last 2 are rude)

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    hello? does nobody know? Please I don't know how it is spelled in russian and I haven't got a dictionary

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    shalawa
    its Shalava, and it measn Wh**e / sl*t. yes, very bad. I cant tell the other 2.
    Вот это да, я так люблю себя. И сегодня я люблю себя, ещё больше чем вчера, а завтра я буду любить себя to ещё больше чем сегодня. Тем что происходит,я вполне доволен!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dogboy182
    shalawa
    its Shalava, and it measn Wh**e / sl*t. yes, very bad. I cant tell the other 2.
    oh ok...thank you..

    don't you understand the other two?

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    The second one is rude also. It is a derivative of "penis" (derogatory) and, as is often the case with this kind of words, can mean pretty much anything depending on context. The most likely meanings are "nothing", "never mind" and a stronger form of "no", "never", "no way", etc.

    I cannot decode the first one. Can you restore the original phrase?
    Jonesboro, Arkansas. Mean, stupid, violent fat people, no jobs, nothing to do, hotter than a dog with 2 d--cks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bad manners
    The second one is rude also. It is a derivative of "penis" (derogatory) and, as is often the case with this kind of words, can mean pretty much anything depending on context. The most likely meanings are "nothing", "never mind" and a stronger form of "no", "never", "no way", etc.

    I cannot decode the first one. Can you restore the original phrase?
    aah oh god...
    i didn't know those words are soo rude..argh

    well the first one..i can't remember the sentece..but I think it's an animal..?
    utash-ka...i think it sounded like this?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Юлия
    utash-ka...
    It could be "ptashka" (a word for a bird, usually a small one, it has some tender or poetic shades) or "utochka" (diminutive for a duck).
    "Happy new year, happy new year
    May we all have a vision now and then
    Of a world where every neighbour is a friend"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Юлия
    aah oh god...
    i didn't know those words are soo rude..argh
    Well, the second one is impersonal and is not necessarily used to insult -- it is often used simply as a stronger form of another word. The third one is personal but is relatively mild. These words indicate poor style rather than willingness to insult.
    Jonesboro, Arkansas. Mean, stupid, violent fat people, no jobs, nothing to do, hotter than a dog with 2 d--cks.

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