Great thread, I gotta say.
My contribution, in chinese, Hokkien, I believe;
Cunny now boo ay chow chee bye. (phonetic)
I was taught this my my chinese friends in Singapore. Oh what a giggle it was at the time. Two days later, they forced me to repeat these words to her Mom, how embarassing. Still after much prompting, I blurted them out and everyone enjoyed a big laugh.
Just clean fun right?
Two weeks later, on the occassion of the many aged aunties visiting, as they held court in the kitchen, I was summoned, and requested I say ‘it’.
I was stunned, I stammered and hummed and hawed before the venerated old aunties, it seemed until the entire household was hollering just say it. I looked to my friend for support, she just shrugged and said ‘just say it’. So I did. And, of course, it was the most amusing thing they’d ever heard, my embarassment notwithstanding. They forced it out of me one more time before I managed to flee the room.
The closest translation I’ve been able to get is,
‘Go suck your mother’s infected cunt.’
Enchanting story, yes?
Years pass, whenever I see these people they still want to hear it. They taught me other words, useful words. They don’t seem terribly interested that I still know those.