I'm disappointed that the Germans didn't at least string together Sturm and Scheissen. That combination has a nice ring to it.
It also reminds me of a funny thing that happened to a friend of mine in high school. His German teacher believed in an immersive approach, and wouldn't speak English in class. He asked some older students how to say, "I don't understand". They told him it was, "Du bist ein scheisskopf". He then used it and learned how to say "Report to the principal's office" in German.