The Jewish-Japanese Sex and Cook Book and How to Raise Wolves by Jack DouglasWitty and intriguing title: A+
Living up to title: C-
There is a lot of raising wolves. There is almost no Jewish-Japanese Sex and Cooking. (There is one Jew in a couple of chapters, and about a page of Japanese cooking. The only actual sex is between wolves.) Basically the book is a somewhat humorous but mostly just strange account of raising a family of wolves in suburban Connecticut. This part is reasonably interesting, but it is interspersed with occasional sexist, racist, or homophobic comments. I might overlook these in a really great book, but not in one such as this.
In short, I recommend that someone else take this marvelous title and use it for a better book.
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Swear-words, curse and bad language in Japan
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Here is a quite unassuming article to present some of the most commonly used insults in Japanese. Since the Japanese themselves may prove rather reluctant to teach you, you may not be able to learn the words directly from them. Most of the insults in print manga are written in katakana the writing system for foreign words. Please be warned that we have tried to provide English translations of matching coarseness … We do apologize for the uncouth language! Needless to say that as a rule, the Japanese do not often use insults in everyday language.
You may feel that it is worth learning some insulting words in Japanese, but the reality is that most people don't need to learn them. In Japanese, not using polite language may be considered insulting enough by itself. See What is Japanese respect language? See also What is the yagaru verb ending? Go to hell!