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[quote="Gorilla no baka"] Perhaps one of the most interesting and colorful words in the English language is the word "FCUK". It is the one magical word, which, just by its sound, can describe pain, pleasure, love and hate. In language, "FCUK" falls into many grammatical categories. It can be used as a verb, both transitive (John Fcuked Mary) and intransitive (Mary was Fcuked by John). It can be an active verb (John really gives a Fcuk) or a passive verb (Mary really doesn't give a Fcuk); or an adverb (Mary is Fcuking interested in John), and as a noun (Mary is a terrific Fcuk). It can be used as an adjective (Mary is Fcuking beautiful). As you can see, there are very few words with the versatility of "Fcuk". Besides its s_e_x_ual connotations, this incredible word can be used to describe many situations: Greetings How the Fcuk are you? Fraud I got Fcuked by the tax man today. Dismay Oh, Fcuk it! Trouble Well, I guess I'm Fcuked now. Aggression Fcuk you. Disgust Fcuk me. Confusion What the Fcuk...? Difficulty I don't understand this Fcuking business. Despair I'm Fcuked again. Incompetence He Fcuks up everything. Displeasure What the Fcuk is going on here? Lost Where the Fcuk are we? Disbelief Unfcukingbelieveable. Retaliation Stick it up your Fcuking arse. Telling time I have to work till 5 o-Fcuking-clock. It can be used in an anatomical description -- "He's a fcuking asshole." It can be used to tell time -- "It's five fcuking thirty." It can be used in business -- "How did I wind up with this fculing job?" It can be maternal -- as in "Motherfcuker". It can be political -- "Fcuk Gordon Brown." And, never forget General Custer's last words: "Where did all these fcuking Indians come from?" Or the Mayor of Hiroshima: "What the fcuk was that?" And last, but not least, the immortal words of the Captain of the Titanic: "Where is all this fcuking water coming from?" The mind fairly boggles at the many creative uses of the word. How can anyone be offended when you say fcuk? Use it frequently in your daily speech; it adds to your prestige. Today - say to someone "Fcuk You!"[/quote]
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