FCB general wrote:"Idi u kurac čovječe!"
In my home region we had specific speech, something like - slovakian and southeastern bohemian language. And you can say in slovak man = človek. But in our speech we say it človjek or čovjek.
What a similarity
More than understandable.
You can also hear the other forms in other dialects such as "čovik" or "čovek".
I told you before that I heard once Slovenčina in the first grade of the high school when the Slovakian guests had visited my school and delivered a speech.
It's incredible how similar our languages are and some 500-600 years ago both Croats and Slovaks spoke the same language. Some Croatian journalists said they didn't need to speak English with their Slovakian colleagues how understandable Slovakian it was so they spoke Croatian, i.e. Slovakian.
Take for instance word "what" - "što/šta", "kaj" and "ča" in three different dialects the same meaning depending in what region you live. https://sk.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chorv%C3%A1t%C4%8Dina
Even I can figure out something from Slovakian, but I think it's easier when I'm listening than reading.