Do svidaniya does not mean "good-bye forever", it simply means "good-bye". A more literal translation would be "Until we meet (again)", quite the opposite of the two previous definitions.
A more final departure might be Proshchai.
"Ey, do svidaniya muzhik."
"Hey, I'll see you later man."
Properly written Scheiße.
German for 'shit' and like in English, is a vulgarity. It can be used as an exclamation and a synonym for feces.
The verb 'To shit (deficate)' is Scheißen.
The soft E on the end is often dropped in common conversation or in times of emergancy but is seldom used by English speaking people and they may assume you're mispronouncing it.
Treten nicht in die scheisse! (Don't step in the shit!)
Ich muss scheissen, entschudigung. (I have to shit, excuse me.)
Scheiss! Es ist defekt. (Shit! It's busted.)
1. A tactic utilized by the Japanese Samurai and later the Imperial Japanese Army from the feudal era up to the end of World War 2.
Where when the enemy has weakened their unit to the point where it has no option but to retreat or surrender, they issue a "Banzai" charge in which they rush head first into the enemy and attempt to engage in close combat, usually with bayonets and swords.
Typically an act of self sacrifice rather then to dishonor their army and country by surrendering to the enemy, an action related to Bushido.
It is traditional to scream the word before attacking followed by a non-linguistic war cry.
2. Slang in video games for a hopeless rush against the enemy, often without any Japanese or Bushido affiliation.
1. "We've got both flanks locked, they gotta retreat sooner or later!"
"Shit, banzai charge! Fire at will!"
2. Damn man you banzai'd bad on that one.
A term used by gamers to label someone who constantly jumps during fire fights to avoid enemy fire.
It is used in a derogitory fashion to tell the person they feel they were being cheap and underhanded.
Easter aighnt for another month, sit down bunny hopper!
Arabic for "God is great". A common expression and often used as a prayer during times of relievement or desperation in Muslim societies. It is also a common war cry of Islamic Fundamentalists where it became imfamous to Westerners and associated with terrorism. Saying it in America or Canada is considered taboo despite its meaning.
Mother: I thought I lost you! Allah'u Ackbar! Stay close next time!
A person who plays Counter Strike fanatically and often compares other games to it.
CSer is either used in a derogitory fashion within communities of other games, or just to state that that person plays "CS".
Jack's a pretty good CSer
Why don't you go back to your rank-whoring you stupid CSer
A power line.
A colloquialism often used by those whose power is supplied by hydroelectric dams.
Last night's storm knocked out the hydrolines for Leland Avenue.