Rude and bad russian words (offensive words and expressions in Russian):
Common usage of Russian swear words:
Ok, first of all, it's all about attitude (and intonation). If you haven't got the right attitude, using swear words can be very dangerous in Russia. There's a very good word in Russian called "bychit'" ("бычить") - it means to behave oneself like a bull. That's what you should be doing. You should always have a concrete physical feeling of crawling on top of something and hitting it very hard with your head. You can tilt your head down, raise your eyebrows, and open your eyes wide open. That will work. Once you got the attitude, try saying: "ty che, blyad?" (what the fuck?). Use this expression to show confusion. If you want to attack, say, "idi syuda" (come here!) and then, "schas po ebalu poluchish, suka, blyad!" (now i'll fucking kill you bitch, motherfucker!). Generally, adding "suka, blyad" to the end of each sentence is a good way to master swearing in Russian.
Now, here's a good video sample – if you can swear like that grandma, consider yourself a true Russian (or Ukrainian in this case):
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