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2013-04-11 01:33:49 AM  
You would think an article about swear words would have the integrity to use those words in the article rather than substituting "S-" or "F-Bomb".
 
2013-04-11 01:43:20 AM  
FTFA: "The Romans didn't divide people up [by being heterosexual and homosexual]," she says. "They divided people into active and passive. So what was important was to be the active partner."

E.g., Forbidden Latin, where you will lean the proper latin word f
 
2013-04-11 01:46:36 AM  
Damn my fat fingers! Anyways, I found it interesting that the romans had a word specifically for mouth rape.

Stay classy, Romans.
 
2013-04-11 01:59:44 AM  
FTFA: "There are two main kinds of swear words, says Mohr: oaths-like taking the Lord's name in vain-and obscene words, like sexual and racial slurs."


Those are not two kinds of swear words. Those are swear words and other words someone doesn't want you to say.
 
2013-04-11 02:36:35 AM  
DNRTFA but I just wanted to say that I've always found the phrase "f*ck me running" to be amusing.
 
2013-04-11 03:41:48 AM  
"Fark me sideways with a large Mexican cactus" is one of my favorites.

Fark is a most versatile word.  Fark the fark off, you farking fark. Can't do that with any other word.
 
2013-04-11 04:34:17 AM  
bullshiat
 
2013-04-11 05:17:37 AM  
Do it in style.

25.media.tumblr.com
 
2013-04-11 05:24:28 AM  
Personal favorites are "Fark me running backwards" and "Go take a flying fark and a rolling donut".
 
2013-04-11 05:25:48 AM  

Danger Avoid Death: Personal favorites are "Fark me running backwards" and "Go take a flying fark and a rolling donut".


Ack, that's "Go take a flying fark at a rolling donut".
 
2013-04-11 05:25:52 AM  

This About That: FTFA: "There are two main kinds of swear words, says Mohr: oaths-like taking the Lord's name in vain-and obscene words, like sexual and racial slurs."


Those are not two kinds of swear words. Those are swear words and other words someone doesn't want you to say.


The Dutch like to add diseases into the mix.
 
2013-04-11 05:27:27 AM  

ReapTheChaos: You would think an article about swear words would have the integrity to use those words in the article rather than substituting "S-" or "F-Bomb".


i182.photobucket.com
 
2013-04-11 05:30:35 AM  
It almost seems that shiat has been downgraded to "ass" and "damn" level. coont is still the king of cuss words (in the US), which I never really understood. It's one of the best cuss words ever.
 
2013-04-11 05:31:08 AM  
images2.wikia.nocookie.net
Taught me all I ever needed to know about profanity.
 
2013-04-11 05:32:51 AM  
Farkers might also enjoy the book Filthy English: The How, Why, and When of Everyday Swearing,
by Peter Silverton.  Also, if you haven't seen it already, Bon Cop / Bad Cop has a great scene that
discusses the possible uses of "tabernac".

Count me as another fan of "flying fark at a rolling donut".
 
2013-04-11 05:34:28 AM  

BarkingUnicorn: "Fark me sideways with a large Mexican cactus" is one of my favorites.

Fark is a most versatile word.  Fark the fark off, you farking fark. Can't do that with any other word.


That's the problem with them. They're too versatile. It's easy to let them get out of control to the point where you're unconsciously saying them constantly, badly defining things, and making extremely simplistic statements. I'm trying to limit my use of them and try to express my feelings a bit better. When the only word you can use to explain yourself with is "fark" then you start to become one.
 
2013-04-11 05:50:26 AM  

BarkingUnicorn: "Fark me sideways with a large Mexican cactus" is one of my favorites.

Fark is a most versatile word.  Fark the fark off, you farking fark. Can't do that with any other word.


"smurf"
 
2013-04-11 05:51:46 AM  

Flerble: Farkers might also enjoy the book Filthy English: The How, Why, and When of Everyday Swearing,
by Peter Silverton.  Also, if you haven't seen it already, Bon Cop / Bad Cop has a great scene that
discusses the possible uses of "tabernac".

Count me as another fan of "flying fark at a rolling donut".


Me too. But I always say: "Take a flying fark at a donut rolling through broken glass."
 
2013-04-11 05:52:49 AM  
What would it be like to have a conversation with a three-percenter? "That would be like Eddie Murphy," Mohr says.

Christ, what an asshole.
 
2013-04-11 05:52:53 AM  

TheJoe03: It almost seems that shiat has been downgraded to "ass" and "damn" level. coont is still the king of cuss words (in the US), which I never really understood. It's one of the best cuss words ever.


Comparative analysis will show coont is the strongest cuss word in English. If you combine coont with another swear word like farking coont, you'll notice that the result is less than coont and more than fark.

I never use coont.  If someone is enough of a coont to be called a coont, they don't deserve the honor.  Nope they get the southern term, 'special'
 
2013-04-11 05:54:15 AM  

gibbon1: TheJoe03: It almost seems that shiat has been downgraded to "ass" and "damn" level. coont is still the king of cuss words (in the US), which I never really understood. It's one of the best cuss words ever.

Comparative analysis will show coont is the strongest cuss word in English. If you combine coont with another swear word like farking coont, you'll notice that the result is less than coont and more than fark.

I never use coont.  If someone is enough of a coont to be called a coont, they don't deserve the honor.  Nope they get the southern term, 'special'


Bless your heart.
 
2013-04-11 05:58:13 AM  
I don't give a fark what people think of me, but I swear a lot, which seems to surprise people for some reason...I don't give a fark about social standards or what someone considers 'being a lady', and I definitely disagree that swearing means you are unintelligent.

Basically, everyone can go fark themselves.
 
2013-04-11 06:04:36 AM  
If they went to England their heads would assplode...

i2.ytimg.com

NSFW language Link

/They're on a completely different level of swearing over there
 
2013-04-11 06:07:17 AM  

gibbon1: TheJoe03: It almost seems that shiat has been downgraded to "ass" and "damn" level. coont is still the king of cuss words (in the US), which I never really understood. It's one of the best cuss words ever.

Comparative analysis will show coont is the strongest cuss word in English. If you combine coont with another swear word like farking coont, you'll notice that the result is less than coont and more than fark.

I never use coont.  If someone is enough of a coont to be called a coont, they don't deserve the honor.  Nope they get the southern term, 'special'


I'm an Australian miner. Quite often coont is used as punctuation
 
2013-04-11 06:08:27 AM  

Danger Avoid Death: gibbon1: TheJoe03: It almost seems that shiat has been downgraded to "ass" and "damn" level. coont is still the king of cuss words (in the US), which I never really understood. It's one of the best cuss words ever.

Comparative analysis will show coont is the strongest cuss word in English. If you combine coont with another swear word like farking coont, you'll notice that the result is less than coont and more than fark.

I never use coont.  If someone is enough of a coont to be called a coont, they don't deserve the honor.  Nope they get the southern term, 'special'

Bless your heart.


DAD wins.

/fark-ton
//son of a whore
 
2013-04-11 06:11:03 AM  
10. Swear words are a crutch for inarticulate motherfarkers.
 
2013-04-11 06:14:02 AM  

The Southern Dandy: 10. Swear words are a crutch for inarticulate motherfarkers.


6/10
 
2013-04-11 06:14:27 AM  
 
2013-04-11 06:16:41 AM  

Minerva8918: I don't give a fark what people think of me, but I swear a lot, which seems to surprise people for some reason...I don't give a fark about social standards or what someone considers 'being a lady', and I definitely disagree that swearing means you are unintelligent.

Basically, everyone can go fark themselves.


Stephen Fry agrees:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_osQvkeNRM

I have to disagree with their suggestion that typically swear words only go up to 3% - I know several people that interject virtually every word with a swear "for emphasis" (of course at that level it loses all meaning, and just means they talk about half as fast as anyone else once you filter out the swear word "filler")
 
2013-04-11 06:18:39 AM  

xria: Stephen Fry agrees:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s_osQvkeNRM


I was going to post that, you  i560.photobucket.com !

/shakes tiny fist
 
2013-04-11 06:22:39 AM  

illannoyin: If they went to England their heads would assplode...

[i2.ytimg.com image 320x180]

NSFW language Link

/They're on a completely different level of swearing over there



Yep (nsfw language)
 
2013-04-11 06:27:09 AM  
It makes me wonder what would happen if we just dropped all taboo surrounding these words and just let everyone swear whenever or wherever they wanted. Would people come up with new ones? Would they be as effective? Would swearing no longer help alleviate pain?
 
2013-04-11 06:33:34 AM  

Snapper Carr: illannoyin: If they went to England their heads would assplode...

[i2.ytimg.com image 320x180]

NSFW language Link

/They're on a completely different level of swearing over there


Yep (nsfw language)


Oh, absolutely. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RYGy-j_oH5Q

(again, obviously nsfw language)
 
2013-04-11 06:38:20 AM  
I have recently become fond of calling inanimate objects that make me angry "whores" for some reason.
 
2013-04-11 06:39:47 AM  
shiat, piss, fark, coont, cocksucker, motherfarker, tits.

As a broadcaster, I'm very aware of most of these words in regards to the FCC.  I'm also very aware of our new-fangled consoles that are electronically controlled that can still have the mics hot even if they're off and the faders are down but may still be open in the event of a brownout or other electrical fart.  I just assume the mics are hot whenever I'm in a studio with one, especially when voice tracking.  A friend and former coworker years ago thought he recorded over a flub that contained the words "you've got to be farking shiatting me."  Nope, Scott Studios kept the original VT and it aired.  He never got in trouble for it and eventually became a cop.

Most people in radio cuss like there's no tomorrow.  Years ago the person who is now my GM was the sales manager was showing a sales recruit through the station and I heard her say "if you're offended by the word "fark" this is not the place for you to work."

But with the FCC having the stick up its ass as it does in regards to indecency/obscenity and our wacky new technology, I still get a kick out of my PD cussing up a storm in the air studio.  Knowing every so often there's talent that gets fired for swearing when they think they're off the air after the "no cussing in the studio" rule has been beaten into our heads.

/fark
 
2013-04-11 06:43:18 AM  
Best use of coont I've heard:

From somewhere in a long line of traffic, hot summer day, windows open directed at a woman too slow to go on a green light:

MOOOOVE, YOU WRETCHED FARKING COONT!!!!

/actually a nice combo as well...
 
2013-04-11 06:43:31 AM  
I cuss a lot.  That being said, i'm really sick of every douchebag online wanting to vent their frustrations with politics cobbling together inane upgrades to "fark them with a  chainsaw sideways!"  If you have a blog and break into "fark them sideways with a twelve-story Shrek-shaped dildo covered in sea urchins and hydochloric acid that's made of solid concrete and studded with human skulls and chainsaws that have been dipped in gasoline and Lindsay Lohan's vaginal smegma going 200 mph up your..."

...i'm just going to stop reading.  Bloggers.  STAHP.
 
2013-04-11 06:45:51 AM  
I also cuss, even using f-bombs as an expression of frustration, but I have the sense to be careful of how others around me feel about hearing certain words.
 
2013-04-11 07:14:24 AM  
I have found as I get older, I say fark more and do fark less.
 
2013-04-11 07:16:03 AM  

This About That: FTFA: "There are two main kinds of swear words, says Mohr: oaths-like taking the Lord's name in vain-and obscene words, like sexual and racial slurs."


Those are not two kinds of swear words. Those are swear words and other words someone doesn't want you to say.


nice interchangeable logic you presented there.
 
2013-04-11 07:18:01 AM  
Fark farkitty fark fark fark!
For fark's sake!
 
2013-04-11 07:28:21 AM  
FTFA: "The Romans didn't divide people up [by being heterosexual and homosexual]," she says. "They divided people into active and passive. So what was important was to be the active partner." Hence, sexual slurs were more along the lines words like pathicus, a rather graphic term which basically means receiver.

In other words: "biatch."

May I make a suggestion for a change to the Fark filter? Any time someone types out "biatch," it comes out as "pathicus" instead. That would be fun.
 
2013-04-11 07:29:34 AM  
Best use of the F-bomb ever (click to go to video):

1.bp.blogspot.com
 
2013-04-11 07:34:50 AM  
In the Middle Ages, Mohr says, certain vain oaths were believed to actually tear apart the ascended body of Christ, as he sat next to his Father in heaven.

What a shiatty god! "He's all-powerful, but don't say mean things about him or he'll literally be ripped to pieces in the afterlife!"
 
2013-04-11 07:42:06 AM  

BarkingUnicorn: "Fark me sideways with a large Mexican cactus" is one of my favorites.

Fark is a most versatile word.  Fark the fark off, you farking fark. Can't do that with any other word.


Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo
 
2013-04-11 07:45:09 AM  

ReapTheChaos: You would think an article about swear words would have the integrity to use those words in the article rather than substituting "S-" or "F-Bomb".


That's what I love about fark. I come here cause I have the freedom to say whatever motherfarking thing is on my mind, and shiat. No farking coont attractive and successful African-American is going to stop me from expressing myself here. That would be a complete biatch move, and I salute fark for not censoring the real me.
 
2013-04-11 07:49:10 AM  
Sticks and stones.
 
2013-04-11 07:54:17 AM  

BarkingUnicorn: "Fark me sideways with a large Mexican cactus" is one of my favorites.

Fark is a most versatile word.  Fark the fark off, you farking fark. Can't do that with any other word.



One of George Carlin's best bits....the usage of fark.  Completely NSFW

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8gPdhHed4sg
 
2013-04-11 08:00:41 AM  

Coming on a Bicycle: This About That: FTFA: "There are two main kinds of swear words, says Mohr: oaths-like taking the Lord's name in vain-and obscene words, like sexual and racial slurs."


Those are not two kinds of swear words. Those are swear words and other words someone doesn't want you to say.

The Dutch like to add diseases into the mix.


It's done in Yiddish and Polish, too.  And I think it used to be done in English; cf. things like "A plague on it!" and "A pox on it!"

/klerelijer!  aidsbak!
 
2013-04-11 08:18:43 AM  
A few years ago, after my birthfamily had found me, I was in NYC meeting some aunts, uncles and cousins for the first time. We were in an Irish pub in Yonkers and I sat down next to an aunt who didn't realize I was there and she was cussing a blue streak. She turned around, saw me, blushed and started apologizing. I told her I feel better when I hear someone swear, that way I know it's okay for me to let a few go. She patted me on the knee and said 'Yes, that's very sweet. Now f#@k off.'  Good times.
 
2013-04-11 08:41:20 AM  
My favorites are "what sort of farkery is this?" And "farkity hell"....
 
2013-04-11 09:01:04 AM  
It's opening night for baseball. I hope the home team isn't a pathicus.
 
2013-04-11 09:16:45 AM  
 
2013-04-11 09:26:52 AM  

illannoyin: If they went to England their heads would assplode...

[i2.ytimg.com image 320x180]

NSFW language Link

/They're on a completely different level of swearing over there


"There's a word you'll have to get used to, "coont". This is a word that many people do not like, but you have to understand the English. In England the word coont is punctuation."
 ~ Crecy, Warren Ellis
 
2013-04-11 09:27:29 AM  
 
2013-04-11 09:27:50 AM  

Herr Morgenstern: It makes me wonder what would happen if we just dropped all taboo surrounding these words and just let everyone swear whenever or wherever they wanted. Would people come up with new ones? Would they be as effective? Would swearing no longer help alleviate pain?


I think they will just come up with new ones.  The point of cuss words is for the affect that causes the taboo, when they are first created as cuss words.  New slang words are being made up all the time, but they don't make the big cuss word list unless people start substituting them in for a older cuss word.  Slang terms that we use to keep from using the more taboo words were at one time the taboo words of our ancestor's day.  I recall Paul Harvey mentioning a story of when a college student using the term 'goodbye' at the end of a speech created a huge uproar.  It was at a time that terms like 'good day', 'good morning and 'good night' were the only acceptable terms for parting salutations because they associated the term 'good' only with God and 'bye' had a different meaning to them that they didn't like to see next to the word 'good'.  It later stuck when people chose to change the meaning of 'bye' to 'be with you'.  Making 'goodbye' to mean "God be with you".  If language didn't change, those old books would be a lot easier to read.
 
2013-04-11 09:35:06 AM  

Ed Becker: shiat, piss, fark, coont, cocksucker, motherfarker, tits.

As a broadcaster, I'm very aware of most of these words in regards to the FCC.  I'm also very aware of our new-fangled consoles that are electronically controlled that can still have the mics hot even if they're off and the faders are down but may still be open in the event of a brownout or other electrical fart.  I just assume the mics are hot whenever I'm in a studio with one, especially when voice tracking.  A friend and former coworker years ago thought he recorded over a flub that contained the words "you've got to be farking shiatting me."  Nope, Scott Studios kept the original VT and it aired.  He never got in trouble for it and eventually became a cop.


Of all automation systems I worked with, Scott was by far the best.

Most people in radio cuss like there's no tomorrow.

Farkin' a right they do.
 
2013-04-11 09:35:25 AM  
static.prtst.net
 
2013-04-11 09:53:24 AM  
For truly impressive insults, try "The Superior Persons' Guide to Words", by Peter Bowler.
 
2013-04-11 09:59:53 AM  
I remember one time when I started a new job in a new office in a new city, I let go a couple of swear words.  I then apologised to the coworker in earshot.  He responded with "If it wasn't for swear words, we'd be farked."

/CSB
 
2013-04-11 10:15:07 AM  
I tend to cuss in Italian anymore. Saves me getting into trouble at work. Cazzo and minchia are personal favorites. Used to go for German, but most people around me know what I am saying when I say Scheisse.
 
2013-04-11 10:16:06 AM  
1. Dubious, boring statistic
2. Dubious, boring statistic
3. Not surprising
4. Interesting
5. Crazy religious people
6. Still aren't
7. Middle Class trying in vain to be Upper Class
8. Mythbusters did it
9. fark still has more impact than Fark
 
2013-04-11 10:20:52 AM  

SkunkWorx: Christians don't have curse words.


Reminds me of a story I read somewhere about a Christian speaker named Tony Campolo. He once shocked a convention by telling them, "While you were asleep in bed last night, 30,000 kids died in extreme poverty - and most of you don't even give a shiat." Once the crowd had recovered and collected their jaws from the ground, he added, "What's worse is that you're more upset that I just used the word 'shiat' than that 30,000 kids died last night."
 
2013-04-11 10:39:23 AM  

John Buck 41: Ed Becker: shiat, piss, fark, coont, cocksucker, motherfarker, tits.

As a broadcaster, I'm very aware of most of these words in regards to the FCC.  I'm also very aware of our new-fangled consoles that are electronically controlled that can still have the mics hot even if they're off and the faders are down but may still be open in the event of a brownout or other electrical fart.  I just assume the mics are hot whenever I'm in a studio with one, especially when voice tracking.  A friend and former coworker years ago thought he recorded over a flub that contained the words "you've got to be farking shiatting me."  Nope, Scott Studios kept the original VT and it aired.  He never got in trouble for it and eventually became a cop.

Of all automation systems I worked with, Scott was by far the best.

Most people in radio cuss like there's no tomorrow.

Farkin' a right they do.


Scott Studios was a great software package, but their tech support was dogshiat. Not as bad as when Google bought them out though.

My "cursing into a hot mic" moment was when I was helping our engineer install a new console. He asked me to test the mic to make sure it was wired correctly...it wasn't. I took a shock to the mouth, and let loose a VERY un-FCC friendly stream of curses.

/CSB?
//probably not a CSB
 
2013-04-11 10:54:11 AM  

I Ate Shergar: SkunkWorx: Christians don't have curse words.

Reminds me of a story I read somewhere about a Christian speaker named Tony Campolo. He once shocked a convention by telling them, "While you were asleep in bed last night, 30,000 kids died in extreme poverty - and most of you don't even give a shiat." Once the crowd had recovered and collected their jaws from the ground, he added, "What's worse is that you're more upset that I just used the word 'shiat' than that 30,000 kids died last night."


Wow -- I wanna shake that man's hand.
 
2013-04-11 11:01:48 AM  

The Southern Dandy: 10. Swear words are a crutch for inarticulate motherfarkers.


Bullshiat.  The most articulate motherfarkers are the rat bastards that can twist the titty of any cocksucker with a few well placed curses and a shiat eating grin.

The inarticulate motherfarkers are the ones that use only fark.
 
2013-04-11 12:00:22 PM  
I'm just going to leave this here, as it is somewhat relevant.

Tim Minchin
The Pope Song

Fark the motherfarker, fark the motherfarker
Fark the motherfarker, he's a farking motherfarker
Fark the motherfarker, fark the motherfarker
Fark the motherfarker he's a total motherfarker
Fark the motherfarker, fark the motherfarker
Fark the motherfarker, fark him, fark the motherfarker
Fark the motherfarker, fark the motherfarking Pope
Fark the motherfarker, fark the motherfarker
Fark the motherfarker, he's a farking motherfarker
Fark the motherfarker, fark the motherfarker
Fark the motherfarker he's a total motherfarker
Fark the motherfarker, fark the motherfarker
Fark the motherfarker, fark him, fark the motherfarker
Fark the motherfarker, fark the motherfarking Pope

Fark the motherfarker, and fark you motherfarker
If you think that motherfarker is sacred
If you cover for another motherfarker who's a kiddy-farker
Fark you, you're no better than the motherfarking rapist

And if you don't like the swearing that this motherfarker forced from me
And reckon it shows moral or intellectual paucity
Then fark you, motherfarker, this is language one employs
When one is farking pissed about motherfarkers farking boys.
 
2013-04-11 12:29:32 PM  
FTFA: 'and obscene words, like sexual and racial slurs.'

So when I get called a 'cracker/honky/whitie' it's obscene?

Who knew?

Got to admit I've never seen a more bullshiate comment the one the other day regarding Snoop Dog hating on gays - by his own admission - and having some azzhat here say it's 'racist' to call-out SD on his homophobia.

It's amazing how Leftists can twist their minds into pretzels to justify their beliefs.
 
2013-04-11 12:59:54 PM  
I just think it is weird how my brain subconsciously turns off the swearing when I am on the phone at work. Yet at home I use fark constantly . Especially if I am super wired on coffee.
The best cussing I heave heard comes from a friend who makes such exclamations as:
"Sweet buttery balls of Christ"
or
"Holy Mary Mother of Fark"
 
2013-04-11 01:22:41 PM  
One thing I've noticed in the podcast arena is since there are no restrictions everyone seems to make it a point to say fark in every sentence, i.e. Chris Hardwick, Marc Maron, Kevin Pollack and Kevin Smith. It gets to the point where they start to sound like 7th graders on their first sleepover. I like swearing as much as, if not more so than the next guy, but you gotta pick your spots.
 
2013-04-11 02:23:57 PM  

farkmedown: It's opening night for baseball. I hope the home team isn't a pathicus.


There's always at least one catcher.
 
2013-04-11 03:05:29 PM  
sexual slurs were more along the lines words like pathicus, a rather graphic term which basically means receiver.

Based on stuff I wrote in the recent FEMEN/Putin thread.

i48.tinypic.com

What the young lady has written on her back is "Иди на хуй, Путин" which Google translates as "go on the dick, Putin". Various valid English translations for "Иди на хуй" are "f*ck you", "suck dick", and "go to hell" and the Russian phrase seems to convey all of these meanings.

For example, one story on FEMEN/ru (NSFW) contains the sentence:

FEMEN призывает Россию прокричать Путину "Иди на хуй, диктатор!" во все 150 миллионов глоток! Если он и этого не услышит, то направить его туда принудительно!

Which they translate on FEMEN/en as

FEMEN calls Russia to scream "Go to hell, dictator" with all 150 millions of voices! If he will not hear that then to send him there against his will.

The "hell" sense of "go on dick" is needed to understand the where of "send him there".

Later the same story pair translates "Putin on the dick!" as "F*ck Putin".

It seems that a primary aspect of how Russians conceive of hell is that it is a place where men are forced to take dick.
 
2013-04-11 06:10:28 PM  
ARSE!
 
2013-04-11 06:25:51 PM  
I opened up a wet dry vac  and saw the contents. I said "ooh, its filled with JICK!"
I guess it was junk/ick combined.

Jick.

It is now my favorite swear word.

Jick!
 
2013-04-11 08:41:13 PM  

Ugly Baby Judges You: Scott Studios was a great software package, but their tech support was dogshiat. Not as bad as when Google bought them out though.


I remember that. They were constantly saying "it's not us, the problem is on your end." Well, duh. Help us fix it.

Did not know Google took over. Then again I've been out of the biz for 4+ years and havn't used Scott for probably 12.

ENCO (used by Cumulus) was the worst POS, as well as some system whose name I can't recall that Clear Channel used before they went to Prophet.
 
2013-04-11 08:43:18 PM  

Chainsaw Turd Elf: I just think it is weird how my brain subconsciously turns off the swearing when I am on the phone at work. Yet at home I use fark constantly . Especially if I am super wired on coffee.
The best cussing I heave heard comes from a friend who makes such exclamations as:
"Sweet buttery balls of Christ"
or
"Holy Mary Mother of Fark"


"Jesus Sufferin' FARK!"
 
2013-04-11 10:09:09 PM  

gibbon1: TheJoe03: It almost seems that shiat has been downgraded to "ass" and "damn" level. coont is still the king of cuss words (in the US), which I never really understood. It's one of the best cuss words ever.

Comparative analysis will show coont is the strongest cuss word in English. If you combine coont with another swear word like farking coont, you'll notice that the result is less than coont and more than fark.

I never use coont.  If someone is enough of a coont to be called a coont, they don't deserve the honor.  Nope they get the southern term, 'special'


Best thing about that word is it changes meaning with the inflection.  And even Grandma knows what it means.
 
2013-04-12 12:34:04 AM  

Public Savant: The Southern Dandy: 10. Swear words are a crutch for inarticulate motherfarkers.

6/10


It took me a second glance to appreciate the simple beauty of this troll.
 
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