How often do you use the f-word?

India
November 17, 2009 1:09pm CST
Hey we all use slang while talking to our friends colleagues.But how often do we use the four lettered f-word???I have some friends who use this word more than a full stop or a comma.On the other hand I have some who hate this word and they dont like anyone else using it.Me also dont like using it very much.Should like to know about you all????
5 responses
• Boston, Massachusetts
18 Nov 09
Hi Crazybubu, I don’t use the word F***. Inasmuch as I would like to say it especially when I am pissed off I can’t utter the word. I am not comfortable. Sometimes I practice saying it with conviction but I failed to do it…not convincing! LOL.
• India
18 Nov 09
hehe...thats not a problem.different people react in different ways when they get angry.you can't utter a word when you are pissed off and there are people who swear and abuse so much that your ears will to bleed hearing them. infact sometimes its fun to hear the creative and innovative abuses..lol...
• Boston, Massachusetts
18 Nov 09
...and there are lots of innovative ways of saying that word f*** too--and my mind is busy thinking about how i can be creative in saying this comfortably LOL.
• India
18 Nov 09
hehe.....thats an interesting reply.....you dont need to think....it just comes automatically......
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
17 Nov 09
The F-word also exists in the Dutch language and of course means the same. We say F- you as well. Not translated no just F- you. It's funny the Dutch language contains a lot of foreign words and translated expressions. I'll name a few: French: garage, abbatoir, ambulance, ambiance... German: Uberhaupt, abseilen, ach so, angstgegner, But also arabic: Koffie, kaffer, katoen ( comes from Arabic but changed a little) But also Israelic: Achenebbisj( Multiple ways of spelling allowed) It's pretty cool to see how some language are more or less merged. :) I don't use the f- word that often... I prefer our national words. :D . We dutchies insult with diseases, yeah it's pathetic, gladly I've been grown up with the idea that you cannot do that...
• India
17 Nov 09
hey yeah thats very true....generally a language has got some words which belong to another.Language is nothing but a medium to express ourselves and it must have influences from other language also..... But the way of insulting others in dutch is funny.that was a humorous piece of information from you.but mostly the f-word is not used to insult.It is used for varied purposes,starting from showing a good friend how much you like him upto showing your anger.Its for multi purpose.
@diamania (7037)
• Netherlands
17 Nov 09
Here it has more than one purposes too, I mean the f-word but it's not so widely used in expressions as in English. We don't use words like f-tards, but we use it as an adjective followed by a Dutch noun. But we do have f-dup... You won't find anything like that in any dictionary here... because it is not officially regarded as being Dutch... ;)
• India
18 Nov 09
hehe thats true.....its a multi purpose word and can be used to for a varied number of purposes.Infact it has more variations then any other english word i guess.Heehe thats an exaggeration, i know.
@bunnybon7 (34041)
• Holiday, Florida
20 Dec 09
well once you get my age you realise its just disrespecting whomever you are speaking to and if your a female makes you seem like a tramp at any age. if your male it makes you seem either dumb or a thug at any age i think it becomes habit with some, so id try to stop it before it gets to nasty if i were you.
@allen0187 (28132)
• Philippines
13 Dec 09
every chance i get.
@ari8388 (167)
• India
20 Nov 09
the f word is very common and when we say it we dont actually mean it for us it is a word with no meaning