“Tresca” and “masik”: MPs replace swearing with unexpected words
Swearing that allowed herself the head of the Transcarpathian regional state administration Gennady Moskal addressed the acting Minister of health Uliana Suprun, stirred up the community. Journalists took the opportunity to ask MPs how often they themselves use strong language in communication, says the story TSN.19:30.
“At home sometimes these things happen. Well, there are different situations,” admitted Vlasenko. More specifically, but with humor said Bourbaki. “I will send you by Fax”, – he quoted a popular expression. Even more clear was Dubinin, who in the censorship turnover, but still remembered “mom”. While Rudik admitted attachment to battle Ukrainian or Polish – for example, “Tresca her mother” or “psak roar”.
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Swearing that allowed herself the head of the Transcarpathian regional state administration Gennady Moskal addressed the acting Minister of health Uliana Suprun, stirred up the community. So TSN has asked MPs how often they swear and than replace if you really want, but you can’t.
The female part of a DePuy corps preferred to talk about how fights the urge to curse at the critical moment. Sumar confessed that tightly compresses the teeth and almost growls. Hopko and shared his unique recipe for self-control. “I have the floor. When I get mad – they say: Mashiko, please pay attention! And a lot of people know that when I say “masik” or “sweeties”, it already means,” she laughs.
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The deputies unanimously recognized that to Moskal they are still very far. And the best out of the situation, when you really want to curse, is to grit your teeth, clench your fists – and not to say anything at all. “If someone swearing is very much destroys its power, so you need not to swear,” he added Dubinin.
The TSN reporter Daria Happy
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