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Has anyone heard the word caccamella?

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30daysoflight Sat 26-Sep-20 17:49:00

Just that really, spelling may not be correct haha 😂

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BobbinThreadbare123 Sat 26-Sep-20 17:51:45

I know caccavella - massive pasta shapes

LadyCatStark Sat 26-Sep-20 17:54:00


ButterflyWitch Sat 26-Sep-20 17:54:08

Cucamelon? Seems to be some kind of cucumber/melon thing (fruit??)

30daysoflight Sat 26-Sep-20 17:55:47

That is so funny if you knew the true meaning. Really not being rude smile

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FlibbertyGiblets Sat 26-Sep-20 17:58:05

That's nice, dear. smile

30daysoflight Sat 26-Sep-20 18:05:16

Oh get a bloody sense of humour grin

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Changethetoner Sat 26-Sep-20 18:08:55

Cacca is Poo in French I think, so I'm guessing this is something like a cowpat?

Dilbertian Sat 26-Sep-20 18:27:17

Cacca is certainly poo in some languages (but cacahuète is French for peanut, so I'm not sure French is one of them). Mella sounds like the Latin for honey, implying sweet, as in diabetes mellitus...

30daysoflight Sat 26-Sep-20 18:27:34

Fab @Changethetoner

In parts of Wales we use it to mean poop or something equally disgusting.

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purrswhileheeats Sat 26-Sep-20 18:55:01

I read the word 'blatherskite' the other day, wondered if it was a Scottish version of gobshite? 🤔

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