"Det var bare drit-cult"
Thread poster: yossarian

Jun 21, 2003

Can someone please translate "Det var bare drit-cult" into English? Thank you in advance.


Ivan Eikås Skjøstad  Identity Verified
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Try Kudoz Jun 22, 2003

Try asking your question at the Kudoz section, and change it into "Det var bare dritkult". In this way you will get several answers.


EmilyLyng (X)  Identity Verified
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Drit-kult Jun 23, 2003

It basically means, that "it was really cool" although "drit" is not exactly the politest way of saying it. Used a lot more by younger people.


Richard Lawson
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dritkult Dec 2, 2003

In England in the 80s there were people who frequently exclaimed "hot shit!". This was roughly equivalent to "dritkult!" (though it may have been derived from the use of "shit" to mean cannabis). As to why one variety of shit should be hot and the other cool,.....

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Can someone please translate "Det var bare drit-cult" into English? Thank you in advance.


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