This question occured to me in another thread, in another topic, but I think it's best asked here. Although we English speakers swear all the time, we don't have that many swear words. We just get a lot of use out of them by using them as much as possible and in as many variations as possible. Some can be almost every part of speech. Other languages have thousands of different words and phrases that express varying degrees of vulgarity or anger, Spanish for instance. Where does Czech come in? Do you have a few well-used words or are you more imaginative? And if you're more imaginative, do your words and phrases tend to focus on a particular act or body part, or are they pretty general? To give an example, Spanish has a wide variety of ugly things to say, but a lot of them have to do with excretion. I know this is an all-ages forum so I'm not asking for publicly posted examples, I'm only asking about the concept of swearing.