Sunday, October 26, 2008

You Named A Restaurant "What?"

I couldn't believe my eyes when I was looking at today's paper online, the name of this restaurant up in Healdsburg, California..."Scopa."

The verb "scopare" in Italian means to "sweep." The more popular usage of said verb though, means to "f*ck."

So on your next date with an Italian national, tell she or he "I know just the right place for dinner" and be prepared to be slapped...or groped. There's no telling until you actually bring it up.

Yeah, go ahead and tell your Italian grandmother "I just ate at Scopa's last night." You better wear at least one earplug while you do that and don't be surprised by the unfriendly phone calls that you will get from the rest of the family, as an added bonus.


Katie Schwartz said...

OMG. A restaurant named f*ck. I wonder when c--t is coming down the pike. In a foreign language, of course.

PS: the first two letters in your word verification code are OY.

Cormac Brown said...


If you see an Italian restaurant with the Italian word for "fig," then it would be the "c-word."

"OY" indeed.