The Spanish word for it is conyo. It's not spelt the same, it's cono with a couple of dots above the 'n'. But although any English/Spanish dictionary will tell you that's what it means, it's not used in the same way as the English usage.In fact it is used in a jocular fashion - even Spanish TV does not censor the word.
Mind you, Spanish TV doesn't censor anything really....but that's another story.
'despair' isn't so much an ugly word as a desperate cry for help. 'despair' tells me that this situation is desperate. I only expect to see that word used when talking about people that reached the ends of their limits of endurance.
as in when someone calls another stupid just because he was slow to grasp/comprehend what the other person meant.There is no such person as "stupid". Only slow-learner or someone who is just too lazy to study.
Loser. I absolutely can't stand it when someone is called a loser. It does nothing to the self esteem. No one is a loser. All five fingers are not equal, and so are our personalties and social functions.
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