The Serbian "INAT"

June 8th, 2004  

Topic: The Serbian "INAT"

Three officials gathered to watch military practicing.
Roosvelt, Churchil and Tito.
They have betted which army is the best, the bet consisted of troops jumping from 100 meters with out a parachute.
They gather their soldiers and told them the plan.

Roosvelt: Private Smith, you'll be the one jumping for our nation!
Private Smith: Sir, You'll be proud on me!
-He jumps and dies.

Churchil: Baker old chap, you'll be jumping for the queen.
Corporal Baker: Lad, it will be my honor!
-finishes like Smith;

Tito: Slobo!
Private Sloba: What the hell do you want from me!?
Tito: Come on jump.
Private Sloba: MAKE ME!
Tito: Please, for us!
Private Sloba: The hell I will!!
Tito: Why!
Private Sloba: In INAT!
Tito: Okay then don't jump, no one is asking you! Go to hell!
Private Sloba: Than in INAT I will!!!
-jumps and dies.
June 8th, 2004  

What does "INAT" mean, though?
June 9th, 2004  
INAT cant be translated,its meaning is,for example:you tell me to do something,and i say i wont do it,then you say ok you dont have to do it,and the INAT is when i say then i will do it.Get it??
June 9th, 2004  
Why do you think INAT cant be translated? Of course it can:
INAT = spite.
June 9th, 2004  
Ahhh. Now I get it.

I've never used INAT in my life, that's why I didn't understand.
June 9th, 2004  
I know no one from the West uses it, but in Serbia it's very "popular"!
Well it's like....
-Do you wanna do it?
-No I don't!
June 9th, 2004  
Davka-Hebrew word for doing somthing just because its opposit to what asked to do.
June 9th, 2004  
That's it! Yes it's opposite for anything anyone says!
June 10th, 2004  
lil Lt
Ok now I understand.
June 10th, 2004  
Kind of hard to understand...but its funny once u do.