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According to reuter's & abc news, the "f" word is ok to use on national tv and print media when used as an adjective. So it is now ok to say, Shannon looked so F$c&ing hot last night, but not ok to say I F#^ked my girlfriend last night.
 

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That F#%&ing ridiculous.

So much for the rating system when it becomes an everyday word.
 

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what the f***? is next? will f***ing on tv be permitted?
 

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I am so fu#$*ing flattered Hazy ~ truly I am NOT worthy.
-10 more pounds and then let the complements fu#$*ing fly brotha!!

LOL!
 

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As long as we can now use it. It is about time that this country caught up with the rest of the civilized world as far as the use of language and freedom of speech. For too long the puritanical morals police have deluded us into thinking that our children will be corrupted by anything other than what they deem "acceptable" for us to hear or see.

I think it's a step in the right direction Al. Still not satisfied but maybe we're finally starting to open our minds a little here.
 

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QUOTE(bobrob20 @ Jan 30 2004, 09:58 AM)what the f***? is next? will f***ing on tv be permitted?
Bobrob and PyrateJim would this really be a bad thing. I believe that parents should regulate what their children watch not the government. In Europe it is common to see this type of thing and hear these words after 10 p.m. Let's face it the government has more important things to do than regulate our morals or waste taxpayers money covering up the breasts of statues in the hall of justice like John Ashcroft did at the Dept. of Justice.

In general I would say that freedom of "true expression" comes when people are exposed and comfortable with these words and actions to a point. It's the difference between saying you're free and being free.
 

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QUOTE(traveler @ Jan 30 2004, 10:05 AM)It is about time that this country caught up with the rest of the civilized world as far as the use of language and freedom of speech.
I vote for public beaches being topless as in a lot of European countries and Caribbean.

After all, is it not leagal in Canada for women to walk down a public street and be topless?
 

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QUOTE(PyrateJim @ Jan 30 2004, 10:23 AM)QUOTE(traveler @ Jan 30 2004, 10:05 AM) It is about time that this country caught up with the rest of the civilized world as far as the use of language and freedom of speech.
I vote for public beaches being topless as in a lot of European countries and Caribbean.

After all, is it not leagal in Canada for women to walk down a public street and be topless?
You know it's an amusing topic but really if it's not a big deal and if ultimately no one really cares, than it truly does become - no big deal. At that point then people start seeing others as people and not necessarily objectifying them regardless of sex.
 

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How to use the word "F**k"

Perhaps one of the most interesting and colorful words in the English language today is the word "f**k". It is the one magical word which, just by its sound, can describe pain, pleasure, love, and hate.
In language, "f**k" falls into many grammatical categories. It can be used as a verb, both transitive (Jack f**ked Jill) and intransitive (Jill was f**ked by Jack). It can be an action verb (Jack really gives a f**k), a passive verb (Jill really doesn't give a f**k), an adverb (Jill is f**king interested in Jack), or as a noun (Jill is a terrific f**k). It can also be used as an adjective (Jill is f**king beautiful) or an interjection (F**k! I'm late for my date with Jill). It can even be used as a conjunction (Jill is easy, f**k she's also stupid). As you can see, there are very few words with the overall versatility of the word "f**k".
Aside from its sexual connotations, this incredible word can be used to describe many situations:
1. Dismay: Oh! F**k it.
2. Aggression: F**k You.
3. Passive: F**k Me.
4. Command: Go f**k Yourself.
5. Incompetence: He's a f**kup.
6. Laziness: He's a f**koff.
7. Ignorance: He's a f**king jerk.
8. Trouble: I guess I'm f**ked now.
9. Confusion: What the f**k...
10. Despair: F**ked again.
11. Philosophical: Who gives a f**k?
12. Denial: I didn't f**king do it.
13. Rebellion: F**k the world.
14. Annoyance: Don't f**k with me.
15. Encouragement: Keep on f**king.
16. Etiquette: Pass the f**king salt.
17. Fraud: I get f**ked by my insurance agent.
18. Difficulty: I don't understand this f**king business!
19. Ugliness: You are a dumb looking f**k.
20. Agreement: You are f**king right.
21. Benevolence: Don't do me any f**king favors.
22. Greetings: How the f**k are ya?
23. Resignation: Oh, f**k it!
24. Disgust: F**k me.
25. Displeasure: What the f**k is going on here?
26. Lost: Where the f**k are we?
27. Disbelief: UNF**KINGBELIEVABLE!
28. Retaliation: Up your f**king a$$!
29. Apathy: .Who really gives a f**k, anyhow?
30. Suspicion: Who the f**k are you?
31. Directions: F**k off.
32. Pleasure: I f**king couldn't be happier.
33. Perplexity: I know f**k all about it.
34. Panic: Let's get the f**k out of here.
It can be used in an anatomical description: "He's a f**king a**hole."
It can be used to tell time: "It's five f**king thirty."
It can be used in business: "How did I wind up with this f**king job?"
It can be maternal: "Motherf**ker."
It can be political: "F**k Dan Quayle!"
Lastly, it has been used by many notable people throughout history:
• General Custer: Where the f**k did all those Indians come from?
• Mayor of Nagasaki: What the F**K was that?
• Captain of the Titanic: Full speed ahead and F**k the icebergs!
• Captain of the space shuttle, Challenger: Put that f**king *** out!
• Anne Boleyn: What's a f**k?
• Julius Caesar: F**k tu, Brute!
• Casanova: Boy, am I f**ked!
• Joan of Arc: F**k me, it's hot!
• Captain of the Marie Celeste: Where the f**k is everyone?
• Captain of The Herald of Free Enterprise: F**k off, I'm fishing!
• Director of Chernobyl nuclear reactor plant: OH F**K!!!
• Emperor Nero: Where's all that f**king smoke coming from?
• Mayor of London, 1665: Oooh, f**k, a rat!
• Baker, London, 1666: F**k, I left the gas on...
• Scott of The Antarctic: F**k, is it COLD!
• Managing Director, Union Carbide plant, India: F**k! What is that smell?
• John Lennon: That's not a real f**king gun.
• J.F.K.: I need this parade like I need a f**king hole in my head.
• Richard Nixon: Who's gonna f**king find out?
• Albert Einstein: Any f**king idiot could understand that.
• Picasso: It does so f**king look like her!
• Pythagoras: How the f**k did you work that out?
• Michaelangelo: You want what on the f**king ceiling?
• Walt Disney: F**k a duck.
• Edmund Hilary: Why?- Because its f**king there!
• Joan of Arc: I don't suppose its gonna f**king rain?
• Noah: Scattered f**king showers my a$$.
 

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lm-f*#&ing-ao, aju!!!!!!

what'll they ok next? the f*#&ing "C" word?
 

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QUOTE(surfergirlck @ Jan 30 2004, 11:11 AM)lm-f*#&ing-ao, aju!!!!!!

what'll they ok next? the f*#&ing "C" word?

I love the J.F.K. quote
 

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I also think it's about time. Once it is introduced it won't be a swear word for much longer, just another word. I really never understood why there are swear words vs. regular words. I wonder if the Osbournes had something to do with this??
 
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