But the chat in this game was funny. I never knew people really used "Bückstück" as an insult... I mean, yeah, I know that word and I know it's meant to be an insult, but I never thought anyone apart from people in afternoon talk shows would use it. o.O
the player refuses to take his turns and thinks: 6/22/2016 13:46:13
I would translate it for you, but... There are a few parts of this conversation I would report people for, so I'd prefer not to repeat what it says.
The word I was so amused about, Bückstück, would roughly translate to "bend over piece", meaning something like bitch and describing a person that bends over to... well... let your imagination take you... a lot.
I have never heard someone use this word in a serious context. It's something people in stupid TV reality shows say. And as you can probably imagine from how it looks, it also sounds funny and not very serious at all.
Gosh, now we really used this useless thread for a bit of educational conversation.... :D
Edited 6/22/2016 21:34:52
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