The best and most creative insults in the Italian language
When it comes to insults, no-one does it quite like the Italians. Whether it's a simple hand gesture or an imaginative curse, they have a gift for expressing displeasure, even if their insults don't quite translate into other languages. Here's our pick of the most creative rude terms, but be warned: these are not to be used at dinner with your Italian in-laws.
Published: 16 September 2016 08:15 CEST Updated: 23 March 2019 11:43 CET
In Italian a person who is very unattractive is called a "cesso" (toilet). Photo: Sutichak/Deposit Photos
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