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A good history lesson on my favorite English Word; funny as hell ;)

Perhaps one of the most interesting and colorful words in the
English language today is the word "****". It is the one magical word which,
just by its sound, can describe pain, pleasure, love, and hate. In language,
"****" falls into many grammatical categories. It can be used as a verb, both
transitive (John ****** Mary) and intransitive (Mary was ****** by John).
It can be an action verb (John really gives a ****), a passive verb (Mary
really doesn't give a ****), an adverb (Mary is ******* interested in John),
or as a noun (Mary is a terrific ****). It can also be used as an adjective
(Mary is ******* beautiful) or an interjection (****! I'm late for my date
with Mary). It can even be used as a conjunction (Mary is easy, **** she's
also stupid). As you can see, there are very few words with the overall
versatility of the word "****".

Aside from its sexual connotations, this incredible word can be used
to describe many situations:

1. Greetings "How the **** are ya?"
2. Fraud "I got ****** by the car dealer."
3. Resignation "Oh, **** it!"
4. Trouble "I guess I'm ****** now."
5. Aggression "**** YOU!"
6. Disgust "**** me."
7. Confusion "What the ****.......?"
8. Difficulty "I don't understand this ******* business!"
9. Despair "****** again..."
10. Pleasure "I ******* couldn't be happier."
11. Displeasure "What the **** is going on here?"
12. Lost "Where the **** are we."
13. Disbelief "*******************!"
14. Retaliation "Up your ******* ass!"
15. Denial "I didn't ******* do it."
16. Perplexity "I know **** all about it."
17. Apathy "Who really gives a ****, anyhow?"
18. Greetings "How the **** are ya?"
19. Suspicion "Who the **** are you?"
20. Panic "Let's get the **** out of here."
21. Directions "**** off."
22. Disbelief "How the **** did you do that?"

It can be used in an anatomical description- "He's a ******* asshole."
It can be used to tell time- "It's five ******* thirty."
It can be used in business- "How did I wind up with this ******* job?"
It can be maternal- "************."
It can be political- "**** Dan Quayle!"

It has also been used by many notable people throughout history:

"What the **** was that?" Mayor of Hiroshima
"Where did all these ******* Indians come from?" General Custer
"Where the **** is all this water coming from?" Captain of the Titanic
"Thats not a real ******* gun." John Lennon
"Who's gonna ******* find out?" Richard Nixon
"Heads are going to ******* roll." Anne Boleyn
"Let the ******* woman drive." Commander of Space
Shuttle "Challenger"
"What ******* map?" Mark Thatcher
"Any ******* idiot could understand that." Albert Einstein
"It does so ******* look like her!" Picasso
"How the **** did you work that out?" Pythagoras
"You want what on the ******* ceiling?" Michaelangelo
"**** a duck." Walt Disney
"Why?- Because its ******* there!" Edmund Hilary
"I don't suppose its gonna ******* rain?" Joan of Arc
"Scattered ******* showers my ass." Noah

"I need this parade like I need a ******* hole in my head."
John F. Kennedy

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(this is being passed via mail lists and was submitted to me by Deadkat)

Views: 902 Submitted: 07/24/2011