Friday, August 28, 2015

VIDEO: The Pope dropped an F-bomb

The Pope has gone viral after accidentally dropping an F-bomb during a public address from the Vatican, on Sunday. Pope Francis is Argentinian and committed a common mistake foreigners make when reading Italian. Unfortunately for the Pope, though, it was a major one.

VIDEO: The Pope dropped an F-bomb

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The Pope has gone viral after accidentally dropping an F-bomb during a public address from the Vatican, on Sunday.  Pope Francis is Argentinian and committed a common mistake foreigners make when reading Italian. Unfortunately for the Pope, though, it was a major one.

The pontiff was speaking from a window in St Peter's Square when he accidentally muddled the Italian word "caso" — which means "case" — with "cazzo" — which can translate to "f--k" or sometimes "s--t."

"If each one of us does not amass riches only for oneself, but half for the service of others, in this f--k," he said, before pausing. [NYDN]

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