If you’ve clicked on this expecting anything more than what that title is promising, get ready to be disappointed. But I doubt you’re going to be disappointed at the prospect of hearing an Italian quizmaster say what sounds like a Maltese vulgarity for 21 consecutive times. Yes, I counted.
A video which has been making the rounds on Facebook and messaging threads around the island highlights everything that’s been funny about Maltese society for decades; rude words said in public. Because we’re all 12 years old deep down.
On a recent episode of the popular and long-running Italian TV quiz show L’Eredità, host Flavio Insinna had one very simple question for his contestants: what is an Aloscia?
Quite frankly, we don’t really care whether it’s a type of drink or a trampoline (spoiler alert: it’s neither), but we’re just living for every single instance of the Italian host repeating what sounds very much like a vulgar phrase in Maltese (you know the one).
And you might call me immature, but I won’t hear you, cause I’ll be too busy looping this video over and over again on max volume.