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2014-03-18 04:04:32 AM  
Back when I was in high school in the mid Sixties, I signed up for Library Science, which meant for one period a day, I was running the check out desk or reshelving books in my high school's library.

So, one day, when  I was neatening up the shelves in the reference section, I happened upon Eric Partridge's  Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English in the collection.  I thumbed through it and found a page and a half devoted to "the f word" both by itself and in combinations, eg:  farked and far from home, She's been farked more times than she's had a hot mealand so forth.  IOW, to a 16 year old male, this was amazing.  So, I shared this knowledge with a few friends.  They, in turn, did likewise.  A few days later, I witnessed the following---half of the football team huddled over a table in the reference section, elbowing each other and stiffiling rude giggles.


This, of course, drew the attention of the school librarian, a virginal, 30ish woman, who came over to investigate.  One look at the page the boys were perusing was enough.  The book was immediately taken out of the reference section and placed in her office.  To get a look at it, you needed a note from a teacher.
 
2014-03-18 07:43:07 AM  
Well that really is a CSB.
 
2014-03-18 08:43:48 AM  

Aulus: Back when I was in high school in the mid Sixties, I signed up for Library Science, which meant for one period a day, I was running the check out desk or reshelving books in my high school's library.

So, one day, when  I was neatening up the shelves in the reference section, I happened upon Eric Partridge's  Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English in the collection.  I thumbed through it and found a page and a half devoted to "the f word" both by itself and in combinations, eg:  farked and far from home, She's been farked more times than she's had a hot mealand so forth.  IOW, to a 16 year old male, this was amazing.  So, I shared this knowledge with a few friends.  They, in turn, did likewise.  A few days later, I witnessed the following---half of the football team huddled over a table in the reference section, elbowing each other and stiffiling rude giggles.


This, of course, drew the attention of the school librarian, a virginal, 30ish woman, who came over to investigate.  One look at the page the boys were perusing was enough.  The book was immediately taken out of the reference section and placed in her office.  To get a look at it, you needed a note from a teacher.


As if the kids had never heard that word before.  I approve of scholarly research of puerile things, it gets you used to the fact that knowledge is fun.
 
2014-03-18 09:07:45 AM  
What a silly bunt.
 
2014-03-18 09:07:54 AM  
coontflipper
coontpouch
cunniligraphy
...
 
2014-03-18 09:10:16 AM  
img2.imagesbn.com
 
2014-03-18 09:11:09 AM  

Aulus: Back when I was in high school in the mid Sixties, I signed up for Library Science, which meant for one period a day, I was running the check out desk or reshelving books in my high school's library.

So, one day, when  I was neatening up the shelves in the reference section, I happened upon Eric Partridge's  Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English in the collection.  I thumbed through it and found a page and a half devoted to "the f word" both by itself and in combinations, eg:  farked and far from home, She's been farked more times than she's had a hot mealand so forth.  IOW, to a 16 year old male, this was amazing.  So, I shared this knowledge with a few friends.  They, in turn, did likewise.  A few days later, I witnessed the following---half of the football team huddled over a table in the reference section, elbowing each other and stiffiling rude giggles.


This, of course, drew the attention of the school librarian, a virginal, 30ish woman, who came over to investigate.  One look at the page the boys were perusing was enough.  The book was immediately taken out of the reference section and placed in her office.  To get a look at it, you needed a note from a teacher.


Ook.
 
2014-03-18 09:11:27 AM  

EvilEgg: Aulus: Back when I was in high school in the mid Sixties, I signed up for Library Science, which meant for one period a day, I was running the check out desk or reshelving books in my high school's library.

So, one day, when  I was neatening up the shelves in the reference section, I happened upon Eric Partridge's  Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English in the collection.  I thumbed through it and found a page and a half devoted to "the f word" both by itself and in combinations, eg:  farked and far from home, She's been farked more times than she's had a hot mealand so forth.  IOW, to a 16 year old male, this was amazing.  So, I shared this knowledge with a few friends.  They, in turn, did likewise.  A few days later, I witnessed the following---half of the football team huddled over a table in the reference section, elbowing each other and stiffiling rude giggles.


This, of course, drew the attention of the school librarian, a virginal, 30ish woman, who came over to investigate.  One look at the page the boys were perusing was enough.  The book was immediately taken out of the reference section and placed in her office.  To get a look at it, you needed a note from a teacher.

As if the kids had never heard that word before.  I approve of scholarly research of puerile things, it gets you used to the fact that knowledge is fun.


Sounds like the grade schoolers who would underline every reference to words like "whore" or foul words used in the bible.
 
2014-03-18 09:12:45 AM  

walkerhound: [img2.imagesbn.com image 260x392]


Amazing book.  I appreciated the OED as a project so much more after reading it.

/we have a first edition OED in our Rare Books collection.
//Ook.
 
2014-03-18 09:13:08 AM  
So now the OED has caught up can I finally say that I went to the seaside at scoonthorpe?

which is thorpe preceded by scun.

It seems not.
 
2014-03-18 09:13:32 AM  
"Do you know what she did?"
 
2014-03-18 09:14:06 AM  
"And they're all spectacular?"

If they're so spectacular, try using them in polite company.
 
2014-03-18 09:14:15 AM  

Your Hind Brain: "Do you know what she did?"


came here for this.
 
2014-03-18 09:14:36 AM  
That reminds me of "The West Indies: a Nation of Cricketers" by Ted coonterblast.
 
2014-03-18 09:15:28 AM  
So a vag is a c*nt because it's unpleasant or objectionable?

I guess in the days of few baths, it was. Or perhaps a religious connotation?
 
2014-03-18 09:15:33 AM  
Does the fark filter do anything to coonty, coontish, coonted, or coonting?
 
2014-03-18 09:17:18 AM  

max_pooper: Does the fark filter do anything to coonty, coontish, coonted, or coonting?



Apparently so...
 
2014-03-18 09:17:41 AM  
Mud-flaps?
 
2014-03-18 09:18:21 AM  

img.youtube.com


Do you know what she's done? Your NSFW daughter?

 
2014-03-18 09:19:09 AM  

Your Hind Brain: "Do you know what she did?"


Who? Your coonting daughter?

/your mother sews socks in hell
 
2014-03-18 09:20:29 AM  

Your Hind Brain: "Do you know what she did?"


Came for this very thing.
i963.photobucket.com
 
2014-03-18 09:21:08 AM  
No coontservative?
 
2014-03-18 09:22:43 AM  
No coontservative?

On the contrary, all of them.
 
2014-03-18 09:22:54 AM  
My favorite insult EVER:

I'd call you a c*nt, but you lack the depth, and the warmth.

/curtsies
 
2014-03-18 09:23:46 AM  
This is a word that truly needs to be brought back into more common usage.
 
2014-03-18 09:24:20 AM  
The Four coonts sounds like a pub, perhaps on the outskirts.

/I have a pal who describes any recalcitrant piece of machinery "a right coontox". No clue where that's from, and maybe that's for the best.
 
2014-03-18 09:28:50 AM  

dv-ous: "And they're all spectacular?"

If they're so spectacular, try using them in polite company.


Sometimes you need some spectacular words for use in not so polite company.
 
2014-03-18 09:29:55 AM  

Slaxl: That reminds me of "The West Indies: a Nation of Cricketers" by Ted coonterblast.


Thirty years in the saddle, by Major Asburn...
 
2014-03-18 09:30:06 AM  
Finally, I can listen to my ferns talk.

maybe NSFW

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HwZRIDPdc8
 
2014-03-18 09:31:58 AM  

Pribar: Slaxl: That reminds me of "The West Indies: a Nation of Cricketers" by Ted coonterblast.

Thirty years in the saddle, by Major Asburn...


The coont of Monte Cristo
 
2014-03-18 09:33:23 AM  

Valiente: The Four coonts sounds like a pub, perhaps on the outskirts.


I was thinking it would be a great name for a U2 cover band
 
2014-03-18 09:35:44 AM  
twat you say? coont hear you
 
2014-03-18 09:37:57 AM  
img.fark.net
 
2014-03-18 09:38:16 AM  
When I call people a coont and they get offended, I tell them I'm using the British version that's more affectionate, twats.
 
2014-03-18 09:43:21 AM  

lindalouwho: My favorite insult EVER:

I'd call you a c*nt, but you lack the depth, and the warmth.

/curtsies


Nice mouth. You suck your mom's cawk with that mouth?

/bows
 
2014-03-18 09:44:25 AM  
See you next Tuesday, yes?
 
2014-03-18 09:48:00 AM  
 
2014-03-18 09:51:54 AM  

Gunny Highway: walkerhound: [img2.imagesbn.com image 260x392]

Amazing book.  I appreciated the OED as a project so much more after reading it.

/we have a first edition OED in our Rare Books collection.
//Ook.



That book taught me a new word . . . autopeotomy.

And I wish it hadn't.
 
2014-03-18 09:54:06 AM  

TheShavingofOccam123: Pribar: Slaxl: That reminds me of "The West Indies: a Nation of Cricketers" by Ted coonterblast.

Thirty years in the saddle, by Major Asburn...

The coont of Monte Cristo


A yes, the coont of Monte Cristo.  A slippery fellow who knows how to exploit tight spaces during escape attempts.


/Never know where he's going to burst into next!
 
2014-03-18 09:55:49 AM  

miscreant: dv-ous: "And they're all spectacular?"

If they're so spectacular, try using them in polite company.

Sometimes you need some spectacular words for use in not so polite company.


The 'c' word is generally pretty objectionable. I remember hearing an interview with a porn starlet that was disgusted by its use on set. Others relish it for being a really filthy term. I'm pretty reserved about throwing it out there. This one night, I wanted some beer close to blue law curfew. I stopped at a grocery and was carded. I was pushing 40 mind you. It was a few days passed my birthday and my license had expired. Clerk refused to sell to me. Only time I remember throwing out that word in anger but I was pissed and loud and heard by several people. She didn't back down but I thought she would implode. I'll bet she still remembers that night too.
/cool story bro, etc.
 
2014-03-18 09:58:55 AM  
"Mewling quim" still perfectly acceptable.
 
2014-03-18 10:01:09 AM  
We use the word all the time.  In a mixed crew no less.  When we have sensitive ears about, we fall back on
gantline and/or gant splice.
 
2014-03-18 10:01:21 AM  
Hey, twat's going on in this thread?

images.thehollywoodgossip.com
 
2014-03-18 10:02:25 AM  
ColonolAngus.jpg

/he would approve
 
2014-03-18 10:07:24 AM  
Anybody else here stumble across Maledicta in a College library? I did twenty some years ago and still use some of the more arcane stuff as passwords today.
 
2014-03-18 10:11:03 AM  

blatz514: Hey, twat's going on in this thread?

[images.thehollywoodgossip.com image 313x417]


~thank~ you!

go c*nt punt or go home!
 
2014-03-18 10:14:21 AM  

SewerSquirrels: Anybody else here stumble across Maledicta in a College library? I did twenty some years ago and still use some of the more arcane stuff as passwords today.


Well admittedly, revealing your password choices in an online forum might have been a mal-edict.

/ducks
//cut me slack, I'm Irish, hung over and ornery today.
 
2014-03-18 10:25:53 AM  

syrynxx: Valiente: The Four coonts sounds like a pub, perhaps on the outskirts.

I was thinking it would be a great name for a U2 cover band


The release is going to be delayed?
 
2014-03-18 10:27:20 AM  
I had a coont burger once.
It was delicious.
 
2014-03-18 10:29:28 AM  

Aulus: Back when I was in high school in the mid Sixties, I signed up for Library Science, which meant for one period a day, I was running the check out desk or reshelving books in my high school's library.

So, one day, when  I was neatening up the shelves in the reference section, I happened upon Eric Partridge's  Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English in the collection.  I thumbed through it and found a page and a half devoted to "the f word" both by itself and in combinations, eg:  farked and far from home, She's been farked more times than she's had a hot mealand so forth.  IOW, to a 16 year old male, this was amazing.  So, I shared this knowledge with a few friends.  They, in turn, did likewise.  A few days later, I witnessed the following---half of the football team huddled over a table in the reference section, elbowing each other and stiffiling rude giggles.


This, of course, drew the attention of the school librarian, a virginal, 30ish woman, who came over to investigate.  One look at the page the boys were perusing was enough.  The book was immediately taken out of the reference section and placed in her office.  To get a look at it, you needed a note from a teacher.


You got half the football team to actually look at a book in the library. That should be considered a victory on its own.
 
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