Internet Page Reveals How to Talk Dirty in Tagalog

This is a webpage of phrases discussing sex in Tagalog. Just to clarify: The Filipino language Tagalog does not have a direct translation for the word “Sex”. “Mag-seks” is Tag-lish (Tagalog prefix with an English suffix.) Back in the day, before the word “Mag-seks” was invented, people used euphemisms to describe the act of having sex and genitalia.

Quite frankly, I think I would keel over from laughter if someone I was with tried to talk dirty to me in Tagalog. Not because of how it sounds, but more so because I can translate it with a quickness. That, and it would sound like a relative talking to me.

(photo credit:  Christopher Sundita under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license)

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