How to Talk Dirty in Japanese and Englishby Eli Eshoh
This book is must reading for anybody who wants to cuss-out somebody in either
How to Talk Dirty in Japanese and English the result of years of scholarly research in which the two academic investigators interviewed the most foul-mouthed and mean spirited persons they could find in order to collect the most obscene commonly used expressions in either language.
This book is must reading for anybody who wants to cuss-out somebody in either language. More importantly, it is required reading for any student of either language, because the expressions used in this book are not to be found in any other book.
This is a bi-lingual book. Every word and phrase in either language is converted into an equivalent term in the other language.
Anybody not prepared to be offended should not read this book. This book goes as far as it gets. Topics include not only the most familiar obscenities, but many others. There are special sections dealing with Niggers, Coons, Queers, Dykes and Japs.
The authors also dispense advice concerning sexual techniques and the dangers facing Japanese who visit America.
The authors are Eli Eshoh and Fukuyama Hiroaki. Eli Eshoh is a Ugandan academic residing in Japan and known for his contributions to number theory. His works have been translated into Russian and other languages.
Fukuyama Hiroaki is a retired doctor who learned English while attending the University of California at Berkeley.
Because of its offensive, racist and sexist language, this book will cause great outrage, but is destined to become regarded as one of the greatest contributions ever to the deep understanding of American English and Japanese.
- Ishi Press
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- 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.40(d)
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This book is great, really fantastic. However, I do not want my children to see it. I have to keep it hidden from my wife too (she is Japanese). I would say something about the racist remarks, especially about 'yellow cabs', but they are unprintable and everyone would be angry.