Gianluigi Buffon (9 Viewers)

s4tch

Senior Member
Mar 23, 2015
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I don’t know what gets me more angry... that FIGC doesn’t know how to screw us more and now they get creative or that probably our management are not gonna say something about it...
we're going to appeal.

if every footballer would be prosecuted and consequently banned for blasphemy after every single "cazzo"... this is more about the figc prosecutor wanting to feel important than anything else

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Wait

what happened now?
figc prosecutor filed a case for "blasphemy" :lol: no sentence yet.

banning buffon based on one single "cazzo" would be a ridiculous decision without precedent
 

JuveJay

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Mar 6, 2007
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banning buffon based on one single "cazzo" would be a ridiculous decision without precedent
It's the "Dio cane" that gets him in trouble. They went mad over all of the religious one in recent times; porco Dio, porca Madonna, Dio merda, Dio bestia, and so on.

In UK English my best comparison would be saying something like "for God's sake" (not generally considered swearing but also not nice), more commonly "for fuck's sake". I can't think of anything we have that is similar.
 

s4tch

Senior Member
Mar 23, 2015
15,325
It's the "Dio cane" that gets him in trouble. They went mad over all of the religious one in recent times; porco Dio, porca Madonna, Dio merda, Dio bestia, and so on.

In UK English my best comparison would be saying something like "for God's sake" (not generally considered swearing but also not nice), more commonly "for fuck's sake". I can't think of anything we have that is similar.
that's my weak italian failing me. thanks for the explanation.
 

JuveE46

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Dec 6, 2015
459
Speech control happening all over the world under different excuses, in reality thought control is the goal. It's part of the process of pussification of the masses especially alphas and independent thinkers.
 

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