How do you feel about the word F***k

How do you feel about the word F***k

152 thoughts on “How do you feel about the word F***k”

  1. I love curse words. I love the taboo associated with words like ‘fuck’. I believe the curseword taboo goes back in time to when people believed that words had magical meanings. It amazing how one little word can have such an affect on people. It’s a not so subtle reminder that our words have power.

  2. People, it’s just a word, a sound made by one’s voice… it’s a mindset that makes it bad. That’s like saying that the word “puppy” is now a bad word and everyone should be offended. Again… just a word.

  3. I was strictly forbidden to not use this language …i don’t *swear* or use it as part my vocabulary. ..which Prob has some conditioning to it. Since many moons ago..I’ve done a lot of inner work and released a lot of stuff that society imprints on us..conditioning etc …and today I see the f word can be used as such a release :)…esp funny when all your lifetimes forbidden to use. It’s a great positive word. Remember tho its only a word. It’s yrs to use as creatively as you like…f what others say…that’s their conditioning ( )

  4. I have a very extensive vocabulary but I can throw the F word when under stress or when I am happy..:) Swearing is using Gods name in vain, cussing is different and the F word to me falls under cussing.

  5. It’s just a word. The word crazy can bring about the same depth of repulsion and energy as fuck does. It’s all in how you phrase it. Words are amazing …

  6. Denotes release of anger. It portrays linguistic epitome of ghetto life. A word always avoided in speech by those educated and learned and NOT only learned.

  7. It’s a word used in expression. Those who excessively use it can sometimes look ridiculous. On the other hand, those who believe it defines a person’s intelligence are wrong. I’m pretty sure Einstein used it more than a couple of times.

  8. I was taught that if you have to use this kind of language, then your vocabulary is not very high. I myself feel that to say it in front of the opposite sex is disrespectful to them. Of course I am 68 years old so maybe times,have changed.

  9. Fuckin’ . . . What the fuckin’. Fuck. Who the fuck fucked this fuckin’ . . . How did you two fuckin’ fucks . . . FUCK! -The Boondock Saints ❤

  10. I have heard that its an abbreviation for
    Fornication
    Under the
    Control of the
    King

    So once upon a time a king had been letting to torture guilty people with fornication. .they say. .

  11. i’m all for it – people who use it let the rest of us know their level of intelligence and their intentions in one little word – it saves a lot of time when deciding if the person is someone we want to know

  12. there are many other decent ways to express your anger and rage.using that word is not one of them.people try to look cool using it as an expression,when it only looks frivolous !

  13. I used it quite often, oh fuck, fuck this shit, fuck him fyck her..oh fuck I’m late- it’s something to relieve frustration, some time on bills too or while driving technically people on the road

  14. I feel that people who use this word are lacking the vocabulary to express themselves. Sometimes it is used mainly for it’s shock value and to get attention.
    I believe that people can control their mouths if they choose to. I have
    respect for those who find more decent ways to express themselves. Swearing reflects poorly on anyone.

    1. Amanda, I would suppose whether or not one is shocked by this kind of language would depend on what kind od company you keep. I don’t tolerate it and people that know me respect that about me. It simply isn’t necessary, so why take the chance of offending someone…..

    2. Fuck, you may be on to something here. I need to go back to to school and expand my fucking vocabulary. Maybe I can get a fucking pell grant. Maybe you’ll fund my scholastic endeavors? Probably not though, seeing as how I’m an offensive fucking asshole with a limited vocabulary.

    3. Most people I know are well educated good salt of the earth people. I’m not going to go out of my way to of end someone but I won’t tip toe either. That being said. Vocabulary is also adjusted according to company and situations. Words only have power if you give them power or allow them to have power over you.

    4. Hi Amanda.. what “c” word are you referring to? I find it interesting that you seem okay with “fuck” but you can’t spell our your “c” word?

    5. Ian Daly….. you seem to be offended by my being offended by foul language?
      After reading your text with it’s offensive and disrespectful language directed at me, all I can say is, I rest my case.

    6. Ian Daly….. you seem to be offended by my being offended by foul language?
      After reading your text with it’s offensive and disrespectful language directed at me, all I can say is, I rest my case.

    7. Ian Daly….. you seem to be offended by my being offended by foul language?
      After reading your text with it’s offensive and disrespectful language directed at me, all I can say is, I rest my case.

    8. Fuck is a swear word a curse meant as an expression of frustration. Cunt is used in many many vile ways. It’s connotations are dirty, filthy, low, lower than low.

  15. I do not like it used blatantly in headlines but it does not bother me if it is used as an expressive tool in a very difficult situation…hate if it is used as a fillin when one is not able to add words to their vocabulary which mean the same such as freakin, frickin, etc. A master with words does not need it 500 times in a paragraph or immaturely in a movie.

  16. Initially I was not really comfortable with it but as life happened I realized it depends on situation.
    I express my emotions of surprise,irritation…through it for now.

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