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The History of Profane Language
Posted 3/14/10

bitter_nail wrote:


DomFortress wrote:

As in most self-respecting Muslim individual will be caught dead wearing a thong, now that's Islamic justice in the face of profanity.

But naturally speaking, what's so wrong looking like this?

Aside from me personally applying vigorous mental discipline on the subject that is Borat, I would say that the overall result was rather pleasing.


A 4/1 ration is better than other possibilities. LOL!
And what possibility profanity can offer, when it opens up all emotionally stimulating subject for debate, "no excuses!"
Posted 3/14/10

DomFortress wrote:


bitter_nail wrote:


DomFortress wrote:


bitter_nail wrote:



I wonder what the first profane word was in Japanese. Or even, the very first swear word. To curse is like a bad prayer hoping that a person be condemned to Hell with the word damn, so that has to be it. I have my doubts, though. Maybe the Egyptians or prehistoric peoples had profanity. Imagine a caveman coming up with swear words like "gronk" or "blorg." xD
I object with all honestly.


D'oh has been an official word in the English language for quite a while, so I will say yes to that.
Now back to profanity for its own sake, which is open aggression for all its worth. There are certain individuals that would even find some cultural influence to be profanity by nature, thereby the phrase which symbolizes it can be considered as profanity by those said individuals. For example:

I like it when the beat goes da na da na
Baby make your booty go da na da na
Girl I know you wanna show da na da na
That thong th thong thong thong
I like it when the beat goes da na da na
Baby make your booty go da na da na
Girl I know you wanna show da na da na
That thong th thong thong thong
For the radical advocates of the Islamic faith VS thong, I rest my case.


Hey, it's the Thong Song by Sisqo. I was at least six when I herd it.
Posted 3/14/10


It sure does.
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