These can express surprise, anger or simply be used to give emphasis. Literally they are the female and male respectively private parts. They're much more widely used metaphorically in a naughty rather than rude sense, nothing like their literal translation in English. A giant vagina. A real pain figuratively speaking.
These words could mean one thing in a certain country, but in others it's pretty vulgar. So be careful how you use your Spanish! Pene Universal This is the literal word for penis. We're guessing Latino doctors use this the most. Verga Mexico This literally translates to a rod or a stick, so that's not too far off. Pinga Cuba Not only is pinga used to refer to male parts, but if you chill in Miami, you'll notice that Cubanos just love to insert this word in any argument.
When it comes to matters of a sexual nature, the Spanish language is every bit as creative as you'd imagine. While rustic themes get a surprisingly amount of coverage — Trip to the vegetable garden, anyone? But what all of phrases here have in common is their colourful language and tongue-in-cheek nature. Read on to see The Local's List of ten naughty Spanish expressions for sex. Know any others you want to share?
I went to Mexico for my birthday and asked for bizcocho chocolate a chocolate cake and they started at me like I had two heads. Because bizcocho means cake in Caribbean Latin countries, I didn't think anything of it. Turns out in Mexico I was asking for a piece of chocolate vagina. Only in Latin America does a word have a double meaning like this: either a vagina or a grouchy old person.