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01-23-2003, 10:27 AM
Subject: the "F" word
There are only 10 times in history the "F" word has been acceptable for use:
10. "What the @#$% was that?" - Mayor Of Hiroshima, 1945
9. "Look at all them @#$%ing Indians!" - Custer, 1877
8. "Any @#$%ing idiot could understand that." - Einstein,1938
7. "It does so @#$%ing look like her!" - Picasso, 1926
6. "How the @#$% did you work that out?" - Pythagorus, 126 BC
5. "You want WHAT on the @#$%ing ceiling?" - Michelangelo, 566
4. "Where the @#$% am I?" - Amelia Earhart, 1937
3. "Scattered @#$%ing showers....My ass!" - Noah, 4314 BC
2. "Aw c'mon. Who the @#$%'s going to find out?"- Bill Clinton, 1999
And number 1 . . . drum roll . . . . .
1. "Geez, I didn't think they'd get this @#$%ing mad." - Osama bin Laden, 2001
Ok, One more:
"Where's the other @#$%ing glove." - OJ - 1995
01-23-2003, 10:40 AM
That's a good one. Funny stuff. I always use the WTF. I don't know why but after reading about language picked up from the ph's thread, I'm thinking maybe, they're right. LOL
01-25-2003, 08:46 AM
You forgot the first time in the world the "F" word was used.
It was Adam and Eve, after eating the apple, you know, the morning after....when Adam woke up and said: "Oh Lord, what the $%#@* have we done?
9 Ball Girl
01-25-2003, 09:01 AM
Ah, but we mustn't forget the many uses of this age old word. As a matter of fact, one of the most interesting and colorful words in the English language today is the word "f--k." It is the 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 action verb (John really gives a f--k), a passive verb (Mary really doesn't give a f--k), and adverb (Mary is f--king interested in John), or as a noun (Mary is a terrific f--k).
It can also be used as an interjection (F--k! I'm late for my date with Mary).
It can even be used as a conjunction (Mary is easy, f--k she's also stupid).
As you can see there are very few words with the overall versatility of the word f--k. Aside from its sexual connotations, this word can be used to describe many situations:
1) Greetings.........."How the f--k are ya?"
2) Fraud.............."I got f--ked by the car dealer,"
3) Resignation........"Oh, f--k it!"
4) Trouble............"I guess I'm f--ked now,"
5) Aggression.........."F--K YOU!"
6) Disgust............"F--k me."
7) Confusion........." What the f--k....?"
8) Displeasure........"F--king $hit man..."
9) Lost..............."where the f--k are we?"
11) Retaliation......."Up your f--king a$$!"
12) Apathy............"Who really gives a f--k?"
13) Suspicion........."Who the f--k are you?"
14) Directions........"F--k off."
15) Dismissal ......... "Why Don't you go outside and play hide and go f--k yourself!"
16) It can be maternal..........."MOTHERF--KER!!"
17) It can be used to tell time......." It's four f--king twenty!"
18) It can be used as an anatomical description....."He's a f--king a$$hole."
Lastly, it has been used by many notable people throughout history:
"What the f--k was that?" ~Mayor of Hiroshema~
"Thats not a real f--king gun." ~John Lennon~
"Where the f--k is all this water coming from?" ~Captain of the Titanic~
"Who the f--k is gonna find out?" ~Richard Nixon~/~Bill Clinton~
"Heads are gonna f--king roll." ~Anne Boleyn~
"Any f--king idiot could answer that." ~Albert Einstein~
"It does so f--king look like her!" ~Picasso~
"You want what on the f--king ceiling?" ~Michaelangelo~
"F--k a duck." ~Walt Disney~
"Houston we Have a big f--king problem." ~the crew of Apollo13~
"I want a f--king recount" ~Al 'Dubya' Gore~
Wendy~~has been known to mouth the words "f--k me hard" under her breath when she screws up a shot /ccboard/images/graemlins/blush.gif /ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif
01-25-2003, 09:13 AM
Excellent post my dear, excellent!
01-25-2003, 10:28 AM
Wendy, I believe you may be a fan of George Carlin. /ccboard/images/graemlins/smirk.gif
If my memory is correct, he once did a comedy routine, talking about many of the points you have made here.
It is on one of his comedy albums or videos, or both.
9 Ball Girl
01-25-2003, 11:29 AM
Yup. I am a fan of George Carlin but I didn't know he did a skit on the F word. I actually have an MP3 file that was sent to me back in '99 but it's definitely not Carlin. /ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif
01-25-2003, 02:41 PM
Wendy, if your a fan, check around and I'm sure you can find it. I'm almost positive it is on one of his videos.
With George's style, it is just too funny. /ccboard/images/graemlins/grin.gif
01-25-2003, 10:33 PM
What a beautiful ****ing word it is.
01-26-2003, 02:15 AM
01-28-2003, 05:22 PM
This guy hears a little voice that say's "quite your job, sell your house and car and go to vegas". Of course he ignors it. But the little voice continues, day after day "quit your job, sell your house and car and go to Vegas". Finally the fellow is driven mad by the incesent voice and quits his job, sells his house, and everything he ownes and goes to vegas. The little voice says "go to the Sands Hotel, to the roullet wheel" he goes. The little voice says "put all your money on red 17" he does. The wheel spins and comes up black 35. The little voice says "[censored]"! St
01-29-2003, 01:24 AM
How are you? A friend of mine recently moved to Jersey and she said something i thought was humorous-she noticed when a person from jersey(NO OFFENSE) comes out and see a flat tire on their car,their expression is "Oh F$$K!-Im gonna be late!"Now, when a person from NY comes out and sees a flat tire they say"You mother F$$ker and kicks the tire!!"ha haha-
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