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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 08:56 PM
I am, I hate to admit it...I even use it in my post sometimes. Thats bad.

Now in person around, ladies or old folks, I can keep it under control.

But you get me around a bunch of foul mouthed men and i'm a monster with it.

I have made people laugh their a$$ off just by the way I use it with this "country" voice of mine.

It's like this man that does yard and handy work for my Mom. They always talk about how polite and mannerly he is. I gave him a ride home the other day and every other word was "F".

I was laughing my a$$ off....

[Edited on 3/20/2008 by OldDirtRoad]

 

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 09:03 PM
He said "a$$". hehe

Yes. I seem to use it a lot lately.

 

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 09:06 PM
Just at home when no kids are here....but I keep finding myself using the more socially acceptable "frickin' " ALL the time to anyone and everyone!!

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 09:16 PM
F no!

Actually, I grew up in the construction industry where the F word was used for everything from a noun, to an adjective, to a verb, to an adverb, to part of a prepositional phrase. It seemed like every day I heard, or said a new way to interject it into a sentence.

"I told that F'ing F'up to F'in get the F'in F & put it the F up over the F'in Bar F'in Joist. But F !,he's such an F'up. Jeez he'd F up a wet F'in dream. He couldn't F'in walk & F'in blow F'in bubble gum at the same F'in time. F'in A. Hey F'face, right? Hey F'face, I'm F'in talking to to you. What, you go F'in sh!t between your F'in ears? What the F? Ah, F it. F'in d!ck."

I would always try to be F'in careful & keep it in check at the homefront though.

 

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 09:17 PM
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He said "a$$". hehe

Yes. I seem to use it a lot lately.
WT....F?! I don't believe it.

 

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 09:19 PM
I used to have this Italian boss who would use it several times in one sentence and he was very creative. When we had a company meeting he would not cut no slack for the Ladies.

Here is an example of how he was.

"Hey Kenny, go tell those effin' f's to get on those effin' forklifts and get those effin' trucks loaded...those effin f'heads....what the f are they doing."

Really he was that bad...we used to count how many times he would say it during a visit from his office.

Instead of a "Wuss" he called people "Weak Sisters"...or should I say "Effin' weak sisters"

At the Courier Co I work at we had this Lady Dispatcher...who used it more than the guys. She was 5 foot 2 ...about 90 lbs and always had a cigarette dangling from her filthy mouth...LOL !

 

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F no!

Actually, I grew up in the construction industry where the F word was used for everything from a noun, to an adjective, to a verb, to an adverb, to part of a prepositional phrase. It seemed like every day I heard, or said a new way to interject it into a sentence.

"I told that F'ing F'up to F'in get the F'in F & put it the F up over the F'in Bar F'in Joist. But F !,he's such an F'up. Jeez he'd F up a wet F'in dream. He couldn't F'in walk & F'in blow F'in bubble gum at the same F'in time. F'in A. Hey F'face, right? Hey F'face, I'm F'in talking to to you. What, you go F'in sh!t between your F'in ears? What the F? Ah, F it. F'in d!ck."

I would always try to be F'in careful & keep it in check at the homefront though.




ROFLMFAO.......I was actually sitting here laughing out loud like a crazed hyena reading that and trying to say it too....

 

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 09:20 PM
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"I told that F'ing F'up to F'in get the F'in F & put it the F up over the F'in Bar F'in Joist. But F !,he's such an F'up. Jeez he'd F up a wet F'in dream. He couldn't F'in walk & F'in blow F'in bubble gum at the same F'in time. F'in A. Hey F'face, right? Hey F'face, I'm F'in talking to to you. What, you go F'in sh!t between your F'in ears? What the F? Ah, F it. F'in d!ck."

I would always try to be F'in careful & keep it in check at the homefront though.




Thats what I was just saying about an old Boss of mine.

 

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 09:22 PM
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He said "a$$". hehe

Yes. I seem to use it a lot lately.
WT....F?! I don't believe it.


F**kin' believe it man!!

 

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 09:23 PM
**** yes I use it too ****ing much, but it's the only ****ing way to ****ing communicate to all the ****ing morons out there

 

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I remember hearing my Mom saying for the first time. I was around 40...and she got real mad about something someone said at work...and by mistake she let the word out.

It totaly freaked me out and I told her so. It embarrassed her bad. Never heard her say it again.

 

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 09:25 PM

Uh oh...I got something effin' started here.

I can feel this one getting out of effin' control.....

 

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 09:26 PM
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IAt the Courier Co I work at we had this Lady Dispatcher...who used it more than the guys. She was 5 foot 2 ...about 90 lbs and always had a cigarette dangling from her filthy mouth...LOL !
I see you know my f**king mom!

 

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 09:28 PM

What about Dennis Hopper in "Blue Velvet"

It's like it was the Guiness record or something.


I remember my 2nd wife...before we were married. She said whats a good new movie to watch.

I said "Blue Velvet" with Dennis Hopper.

What she should have said was "Whats a good movie to watch with my 70 something year old religous Grandparents.

She said they both almost went into shock. before the first 10 minutes was over.

 

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 09:29 PM
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IAt the Courier Co I work at we had this Lady Dispatcher...who used it more than the guys. She was 5 foot 2 ...about 90 lbs and always had a cigarette dangling from her filthy mouth...LOL !
I see you know my f**king mom!


Oh, do I have such a great F'in rejoiner for that comment, or what?........

[Edited on 3/20/2008 by crossroad_blues]

 

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F no!

Actually, I grew up in the construction industry where the F word was used for everything from a noun, to an adjective, to a verb, to an adverb, to part of a prepositional phrase. It seemed like every day I heard, or said a new way to interject it into a sentence.

"I told that F'ing F'up to F'in get the F'in F & put it the F up over the F'in Bar F'in Joist. But F !,he's such an F'up. Jeez he'd F up a wet F'in dream. He couldn't F'in walk & F'in blow F'in bubble gum at the same F'in time. F'in A. Hey F'face, right? Hey F'face, I'm F'in talking to to you. What, you go F'in sh!t between your F'in ears? What the F? Ah, F it. F'in d!ck."

I would always try to be F'in careful & keep it in check at the homefront though.




ROFLMFAO.......I was actually sitting here laughing out loud like a crazed hyena reading that and trying to say it too....


Sounds EXACTLY like a baseball clubhouse/dugout/bus.....About as bad as it can get every second of the day.

 

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 09:35 PM
Here's an interesting factoid for you f'ing movie fans about the movie, "The Departed":

"This is the movie with the most uses of the word "f***" and its derivatives (237) to win the Best Picture Oscar."

 

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 09:40 PM
F*&*ing Eh! (Its a Canadian thing)

 

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Here's an interesting factoid for you f'ing movie fans about the movie, "The Departed":

"This is the movie with the most uses of the word "f***" and its derivatives (237) to win the Best Picture Oscar."



Wonder what the f*cking count was on f*cking Tony Montana...F*cking cockaroch..

 

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 09:49 PM
Borrowed from DB

Perhaps one of the most interesting and colorful words in the English language is the word "f**k". It is the one magical word, which, just by its sound, can describe pain, pleasure, love and hate. In language, "f**k" falls into many grammatical categories. It can be used as a verb, both transitive (John f***ed Mary) and intransitive (Mary was f***ed by John). It can be an active verb (John really gives a f**k) or a passive verb (Mary really doesn't give a f**k); or an adverb (Mary is f***ing interested in John), and as a noun (Mary is a terrific f**k). It can be used as an adjective (Mary is f***ing beautiful). As you can see, there are very few words with the versatility of "f**k".

Besides its sexual connotations, this incredible word can be used to describe many situations:


Greetings How the f**k are you?
Fraud I got f***ed by the car dealer.
Dismay Oh, f**k it!
Trouble Well, I guess I'm f***ed now.
Aggression F**k you.
Disgust F**k me.
Confusion What the f**k...?
Difficulty I don't understand this f***ing business.
Despair F***ed again.
Incompetence He f***s up everything.
Displeasure What the f**k is going on here?
Lost Where the f**k are we?
Disbelief Unf***ingbelieveable.
Retaliation Up your f***ing a$$.
Telling time I have to work till 5 o-f***ing-clock.

It can be used in an anatomical description -- "He's a f***ing a$$hole."
It can be used to tell time -- "It's five f***ing thirty."
It can be used in business -- "How did I wind up with this f***ing job?"
It can be maternal -- as in "Motherf***er".
It can be political -- "F**k George Bush."


And, never forget General Custer's last words: "Where did all them f***ing Indians come from?"

Or the Mayor of Hiroshima: "What the f**k was that?"

And last, but not least, the immortal words of the Captain of the Titanic: "Where is all this f***ing water coming from?"

The mind fairly boggles at the many creative uses of the word. How can anyone be offended when you say f**k?

Use it frequently in your daily speech; it adds to your prestige.

Today - say to someone "F**k You!"


 

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 10:01 PM
I believe the movie with the most F bombs ever is...................
























































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Actually I havent said the F*** word or the S*** word or the MF phrase or even the d*** word for over 25 years.

I stopped using all of them all at that same time back then.

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 10:24 PM
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Perhaps one of the most interesting and colorful words in the English language is the word "f**k". It is the one magical word, which, just by its sound, can describe pain, pleasure, love and hate. In language, "f**k" falls into many grammatical categories. It can be used as a verb, both transitive (John f***ed Mary) and intransitive (Mary was f***ed by John). It can be an active verb (John really gives a f**k) or a passive verb (Mary really doesn't give a f**k); or an adverb (Mary is f***ing interested in John), and as a noun (Mary is a terrific f**k). It can be used as an adjective (Mary is f***ing beautiful). As you can see, there are very few words with the versatility of "f**k".

Besides its sexual connotations, this incredible word can be used to describe many situations:


Greetings How the f**k are you?
Fraud I got f***ed by the car dealer.
Dismay Oh, f**k it!
Trouble Well, I guess I'm f***ed now.
Aggression F**k you.
Disgust F**k me.
Confusion What the f**k...?
Difficulty I don't understand this f***ing business.
Despair F***ed again.
Incompetence He f***s up everything.
Displeasure What the f**k is going on here?
Lost Where the f**k are we?
Disbelief Unf***ingbelieveable.
Retaliation Up your f***ing a$$.
Telling time I have to work till 5 o-f***ing-clock.

It can be used in an anatomical description -- "He's a f***ing a$$hole."
It can be used to tell time -- "It's five f***ing thirty."
It can be used in business -- "How did I wind up with this f***ing job?"
It can be maternal -- as in "Motherf***er".
It can be political -- "F**k George Bush."


And, never forget General Custer's last words: "Where did all them f***ing Indians come from?"

Or the Mayor of Hiroshima: "What the f**k was that?"

And last, but not least, the immortal words of the Captain of the Titanic: "Where is all this f***ing water coming from?"

The mind fairly boggles at the many creative uses of the word. How can anyone be offended when you say f**k?

Use it frequently in your daily speech; it adds to your prestige.

Today - say to someone "F**k You!"




It's a beautiful, adaptable word....kinda the same for 'Smurf'..

 

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 11:20 PM
I have never used the "F" word, although I have referred
to it and I have used other cuss words.

I never even knew that word existed until 6th grade when
someone wrote it in big letters on the board one night. The
next day they left it on the board while they investigated. LOL!!!

But now I hear it almost daily when my husband shouts
it at the TV! I hear it during any game and especially
when Bush or Cheney are on the news speaking! LOL!!!



[Edited on 3/20/2008 by ruthelane]

 

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  posted on 3/19/2008 at 11:43 PM
Quite frequently. Probably much too often. I'l try to fu#king do something about that!

 

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