They say that it is often cool to use another language that is not native to yours. English is basically a given since it is like the international language. It’s also like how they would say that its romantic to speak French when you’re trying to woo the woman that you love. Then again it all boils down to preferences and execution. You maybe good at French or English but when your accent is off then it still wouldn’t work too much. Then again its all about executing it which is where Japanese language comes in. Its still a bit weird to hear some people speak Japanese when they don’t have the accent to pull it off.
That’s the good thing though as there are some Japanese words that you can speak even without a good accent. You just have to scream and execute it in a way that it sounds menacing. A lot of Japanese words can be like this and we’re going to be taking a look at ten Japanese words that you can use as a form of an insult. We’re not really advocating insulting people but there are times when you are on the defensive so you basically have to reply and one way to do it is via a Japanese insult. Just remember that we’re not ranking them in any way but you can use all ten.
01) Kutabare (くたばれ)
Kutabare translates to go to hell in English. It’s a perfect reply to someone that is insulting you. Just like let’s say that you don’t deserve to be in the position that you are in right now. It’s also a good expression to use when you’re playing a game much like a videogame. It’s like when you are winning or when you are executing some kind of powerful move then you scream “KUTABARE!”. It gives you a nice sensation make sure to emphasize on the RE! Part.
02) Osoi (遅い)
Osoi translates to being slow. The meaning of slow can be the on in general. Like how a person can move slowly in terms of their physical speed or how slow their mental perception is. It is a good word to use when you are mocking someone when they aren’t up to your speed. This can fall into different forms of course like how you’re fast in something so you tell the person that they are Osoi. They way you say it is not in a shouting form but rather in soft pitch and say it slowly to further prove your point.
We’ll continue with part 2 of Ten Japanese Insult Words You Can Use.