Profanities

A recent linguistic analysis into the use of swear words in the English language, stressed the importance and use of the word ‘fuck’, which just by its sound can describe all manner of emotions and feelings such as pain, pleasure, hate and love.
In language, the word fuck falls into many grammatical categories.
It can be used as a verb, both transitive and intransitive.
And as a noun. It can also be used as an adjective.

A few constructive examples:

  1. Transitive: Fred fucked Joan.
  2. Intransitive: Joan was fucked by Fred.
  3. As a noun: Joan is a fine fuck.
  4. As an adjective: Joan is a fucking slut.

There are not many words with the versatility of ‘fuck’.
Besides the sexual meaning, there are also the following uses:

  1. Fraud: You got fucked by that con man.
  2. Ignorance: Fucked if I know.
  3. Trouble: I guess I’m fucked now!
  4. Aggression: Fuck you!
  5. Displeasure: What the fuck is going on here?
  6. Difficulty: I can’t understand this fucking job.
  7. Incompetence: You are a complete fuck-wit.
  8. Suspicion: What the fuck are you doing?
  9. Enjoyment: I had a fucking good time.
  10. Request: Get the fuck out of here!
  11. Hostility: I am going to knock your fucking head off!
  12. Greeting: How the fuck are you?
  13. Apathy: Who gives a fuck?
  14. Innovation: Get a bigger fucking hammer.
  15. Surprise: Fuck! You scared the shit out of me!
  16. Anxiety: Today is totally fucked.

You can use it as a Transcendental Meditation. Just when you get up. The very first thing every morning. You could repeat the mantra “Fuck You!” five times.

Dear me, it’s five past fucking eleven. Long past my fucking bedtime.

5 Responses to Profanities

  1. Such expressive feelings, worthy of a “like”.

  2. lexborgia says:

    Indeed. What the f*** is there left to say!

  3. Grumpy says:

    Not a f*****g lot!

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  5. You seemed to forget it can be used as punctuation in place of a comma or semi-fucking colon. :D

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