Yes, it’s the premiere you’ve been waiting for: Kazakhstan’s sixth most famous man has finally dropped the hot tracks! He’s showing some range, giving us a little country, a good-time jig, and a Kazakhi love ballad. We almost making a dirt when listen.

Someone’s gotta get “In My Country There Is A Problem” to Mel Gibson ASAP. Meanwhile, Kazakh officials, who previously took issue with the film’s portrayal of their country, are now getting in on the fun! Dzienkuje. Ooh, you probably don’t speak Kazakh. Then thank Wiki for this handy Borat-lingo primer:

  • Barbara bush – literally “to eat the hair from the testes satchel”; (Barbara-To eat, Bush-Pubis region)-a reference to Barbara Bush
  • Dzienkuje – “thank you” Sometimes used as a greeting in the opening of the Borat segments of Da Ali G Show. from the Polish Dzi?kuj?), Also spelt as “Chenquieh” when written by Borat, e.g. his speech on the Kazakh embassy.
  • Football – disease where a man grows a foot out of the testes satchel
  • Hand relief – masturbation or sexual contact involving the hand
  • Jagshemash – “how are you?” (from the Polish “Jak si? masz?”, the Czech “Jak se má??” or from “Yakshimusiz”.
  • Khram – genitals (In Russian translates to “temple”)
  • Krutzouli – small or insignificant animal of ambiguous identity, placed below women in the fictional Kazakh caste system.
  • Liquid explosion (sexy time explosion) – ejaculation
  • Sexy time (sexy intercourse) – sexual intercourse
  • Testes satchel – scrotum
  • Vazhïn – vagina (once referred to as Shakira)
  • Mouth party (sex in mouth) – oral sex
  • Sex Crime – Rape(?) / Pedophelia
  • Making a dirt – to excrete feces, to “poop”
  • Man with chocolate face – a black person

  • Learn more about Borat’s journey through the States here, including his response to the Kazakhi government’s slamming of his “behaviour.” Times are tough; we’re pretty sure he could use a friend.

    Borat: Stereophonic Musical Listenings that Have Been Origin in Moving Film ’Borat: Cultural Learnings of America For Make Benefit Glorious Nation of Kazakhstan is out on iTunes 10/24 and in stores 10/31.

    Comments (17)
    1. The Borat film is going to be amazing. I can’t wait.

    2. Darwin  |   Posted on Oct 18th, 2006 0

      After spending a few minutes immersing myself in Borat, I gotta say: this is some seriously unfunny shit. Is Borat that limey ponce with the fruity name? He looks like that loser.

      Tailor-made for people who still can’t over the fact that Everybody Loves Raymond ain’t on anymore.

    3. richard  |   Posted on Oct 18th, 2006 0

      Love It! Love it love it love it!

      “Grab him by his horns and throw him down the well!”

    4. kevin  |   Posted on Oct 18th, 2006 0

      Darwin, you’re in the minority on this one. Stay home and watch something you deem to be worthwhile on November 3rd. The rest of us would appreciate it.

    5. The “Born To Be Wild” track is actually by the great gypsy brass band Fanfare Ciocarlia.

    6. jojoba  |   Posted on Oct 18th, 2006 0

      It’s getting to be a little much with the Borat.

      Between the Entertainment Weekly cover stories, the sneaking into the white house, the Kajikastan goverment law suits, the on every MySpace page imaginable, the ‘Secret Invite Only Screenings Every Weekend’, the bus stop ads that went up five months ago, the neon green bathing suit photos…

      It’s making me long for the simpler days of Snake On A Plane.

    7. brian  |   Posted on Oct 18th, 2006 0

      i got to see the movie a few weeks ago at a screening and it is genuinely one of the funniest (and most offensive) movies EVER made. pure genius. absolutely worth all of the hype…

    8. robin  |   Posted on Oct 18th, 2006 0

      i, like most others here, can’t wait for the film, but i think a lot or maybe all the humour is to be found in how other (real) people respond to the fictitious borat. on their own, however, these are some seriously unfunny songs. thanks for posting though.

    9. Before anyone jumps down my throat for what I’m about to say, let me preface it by saying that I think this movie is going to be hilarious.

      I just want to throw out an exhortation to people not to form any opnions on the actual Kazakhstan based on this movie. The fact is that Borat’s Kazakhstan resembles the real Kazakhstan to about the same extent that a woolly bear caterpillar resembles an actual bear. Which is to say, basically not at all. Even Cohen says that Borat is based off of a Russian doctor he once met. The truth of the matter is that though the US gets to bear the brunt of the mockery (and that’s going to be awesome, if the clips I’ve seen are any indication), this would be just as funny if it were, for example, a made up former Soviet republic instead of Kazakhstan.

      So, I understand the concerns that the Kazakh Government has (and it’s either Kazakh or Kazakhstani, folks, “Kazakhi” as they say in Kazakh, eshkim aitadi (nobody says). Kazakhstan’s trying really hard to get international cred, and this movie is simply counteractive to that when it doesn’t have to be to do what it sets out to do.

    10. I like the 1st song and, watching the Borat commercial that’s on right now, the movie looks good too. So I’ll watch it. The other two songs were not funny, at all.

    11. seinfeld  |   Posted on Oct 18th, 2006 0

      knew there would be someone who tried to post a too-cool-for-school response like Darwin. you clearly don’t know who Borat is.

    12. Goon  |   Posted on Oct 18th, 2006 0

      wow, darwins comment is among the dumber ones i’ve seen in a long time.

    13. Devin  |   Posted on Oct 19th, 2006 0

      The thing is, Borat although a fictional character, has to have a degree of credibility when entering interviews. If he simply made up a location then whoever was booking the interview or even the interviewee could call him out on it. With his character barely clinging on to believable he needs all he can get to sell the person.

    14. kuanes  |   Posted on Oct 19th, 2006 0

      some of us are so busy studying asian culture that we actually leave out the letter ‘d’ in studies. i thought asians always mispronounced the ‘l’ sound….ah, well

    15. kuanes  |   Posted on Oct 19th, 2006 0

      some of us are so busy studying asian culture that we actually leave out the letter ‘d’ in studies. i thought asians always mispronounced the ‘l’ sound….ah, well

    16. LORRAINE  |   Posted on Oct 20th, 2006 0

      I think Borat is the funniest character I’ve ever seen. Everything he says is hysterical and me finks you iz got no life if you don’t fink so too. Check it, booyakasha! It is well wicked!

    17. JcK9Z  |   Posted on Nov 2nd, 2006 0

      I saw a pre-screening of the Borat movie on Wednesday night at 7pm. His ice-cream truck from the movie was driving around NYC and handing out free posters and tickets.


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