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The F Word
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29 / M / Iloilo City, PH
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Posted 12/31/09

shikanarukez wrote:


manzi wrote:

I love that word! hahaha so many meanings. but still people like to be prudes and frown upon the use of such vulgar words.

so I just swear using "PACK" instead of "FUCK".. one time i was really pissed off I yelled "PAAAACKING TAAAPE!!!"


Reminds me of this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtQXX3dPCnY .


oh man i'm gay for that guy.. i have his "hella pinoy" CD but i've lost it..

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I hear this word at least ten times every single morning before I come home from work from the mentally-challenged kids I work with....and they don't even wake up until 7:00 am....I leave work at 8:00am. And yes, it is lack to knowing a larger/better vocabulary and being taught (or not taught) that the word is not something you should say as a general conversation thing. Even though society seems to have accepted this word as being a normal word to say, it really says alot about society, doesn't it? We, as a society, have lost all common sense of manners and decency. Of course, I kind of blame politics and the law for it. They were the ones who said it was illegal to punish your kids....smack them in the mouth for saying this word an you'll go to jail. Well, my mom smacked me in the mouth ONCE for saying it ONCE....I don't say it anymore. I will say FRIGGIN or FREAKING, but not THAT F word.
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Posted 10/7/10 , edited 10/7/10
I thought this topic was about FUCKING ?
Posted 10/7/10
That word became even more hilarious for me today! Me and my friends went to Subway and Lewis (super skinny but eats like a pig) ordered a huge sub and my friend Chloe turned to him in the cue and went "Fuck off you fat bastard!"
Posted 10/7/10

LemonyPanda wrote:

When I was little I always considered the "F" word to be taboo, that you could go to jail for using it (lol). But now everyone seems to be using it, and the word doesn't really have much of a severe impact anymore. I mean cmon when you see the letters WTF you don't gasp at it, it just became another part of the daily vocab. So what do you guys think? Has it lost the "taboo" effect for you guys too? Or are you so innocent you die a little inside every time someone says it?

I hate it when people use that fucking word.
Why the fuck can't they understand how fucking hurtful it is?
It's like it's fucking normal to fucking say it, every fucking sentence.
Someone should really fucking do something about these fuckers saying "F***".
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Posted 10/7/10
Personally I think I HAVE to use cuss words, I mean come on, they give more emphasis to whatever your saying.

If I said "Go away" instead of "Fuck off", it doesnt have as much impact
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25 / F / Georgia
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Posted 10/7/10
I consider it taboo. I don't like the word at all. I hear it almost everyday & it's annoying. It annoys me more when they use it more than once in one or two sentences.
Posted 10/7/10

Chained_Angel wrote:

That word became even more hilarious for me today! Me and my friends went to Subway and Lewis (super skinny but eats like a pig) ordered a huge sub and my friend Chloe turned to him in the cue and went "Fuck off you fat bastard!"


Lmao Sasha! I woulda been doubled over aswell. Its such a funny word when used in meaningless context
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18 / F / Houston,Texas,U.S.A
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Well it depends. If your having a serious conversation with a serious person and you just come out and say fuck in your sentence i'm quite sure there and then would not have been the right time and would be considered taboo. But if your with friends and you like idk watching t.v and you make a comment and you say the word fuck its not like they're going to gasp and yell at you. Like i said, it depends when you say it.
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Posted 10/7/10 , edited 10/7/10
fuck had always been like that. it's just as a kid you are taught it's a bad word. as you get older you realise it has little meaning.
you can only go to jail if you use it on police they can arrest for a few hours.
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Posted 10/7/10
I started cursin after I went into middles school, fuck!
OOOOoooooo!

now move along -.-
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Posted 10/7/10

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I thought this topic was about FUCKING ?


Lol XD

Here's a history fact for you all: "fuck" wasn't even a "taboo" word to begin with. It's originated from the German word "fuct" which means (to) strike as in attack be it a battle, brawl, or rampage. I don't know how it became a "swear" word but I'll bet my 2 cents that ppl around Europe during the Middle Ages didn't like the word for so-called "moral" reasons. Therefore "taboo", "profanity", or "vulgarity" ARE man-made ideas. They're just words or ideas "moral crusaders" don't like. Of course, it sounds creepy hearing kids under middle school age say it.

But seriously, history NEVER lies (that's why I love it) so I'm not making up its origin. It's the most diverse word in the English language.
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Go to England, say Fuck all you want, say bloody and you'll get people looking at you worse than saying fuck in the USA.
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I only use it when I get hurt like really badly
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Posted 10/7/10
Today in society, people have constantly used it that it's sort of become a norm to swear,
however, there are those that are appalled at the idea of hearing anyone swear,
I guess I've become used to it,
I don't like to use it myself because I find it very rude if it's projected at anyone,
But there are times that swear words are fitting for it,
I'm not condemning swearing, nor am I approving it,
but swearing in a controlled way i.e. not in front of kids or towards people would be an okay thing I guess,
People don't really make a huge deal out of it since the whole of society swears,
in many movies, which hold a large influence, they are trashed with swear words that it's seen as okay and normal to swear
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