We are first and foremost a slang site with slang from all around the world
The online international slang dictionary for having a good time
When we learn a new language what we learn is standard language from a book. This does not prepare us for the language that is spoken on the streets when people are relaxed. Every country and region, uses slang specific to them
Our current slang pages are English, German, French, Spanish, Croatian, Dutch, Indonesian, Italian, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian & Swedish
We also offer dialects of some of the larger spoken languages like Australian English, Swiss German or Colombian Spanish, but don’t go into detail of regional dialects like Bavarian German or Calabrese Italian.
Slang by theme
Each language usually contains these categories, whether they are separate pages or on the same page as another
In The Bar
Romance and Pick Up Lines
Having A Laugh
Street Talk Savvy– to be knowledgeable
Why culture blogs?
Slang is a way to help communicate when your books can’t help you. Our culture blogs help compliment our slang and provide cultural insights into that region or country that give you conversational topics or to help understand what the locals are talking about
Topics we cover are those that make the people and habits of customs of a country that give those people their distinct identity
Our most clicked pages
In every language the most clicked pages are always the pick up lines, with Italian Romance and Pick Up Lines, followed by German Romance and Pick Up Lines.
Mind your P’s and Q’s there! We do not provide a list of swearwords on the net. We do not recommend the use of swear words, however, there are situations where you are being threatened that it is good to know what they are saying, so you can defend yourself where necessary or plan your exit strategy. This we have learned from personal experience They are covered in our downloadable PDF Ebook for a price (when we have prepared them) along with all the rest of colloquialisms and slangs of that language. Street Talk Savvy accepts no liability for your use of swear words. It is up to the individual to use their common sense of knowing when, where how and why it can be used in a limited sense.