– The word „orifice” must be one of the most disgusting in the English language.

– It’s no better with its Polish equivalent, I guess. It’s otwór, pron. „otfoor”. It sounds ugly and combines the idea of a hole (otwór) and of a big sack (wór), with a dash of something apparently light-hearted (ot = „just”, „as little as this”). It’s almost paedophilia.

– Potwór!

– Which adds to it the pleasant idea of a „monster”. And by the way, thank you, it’s quite flattering.