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Judge decides cursing is no big deal(Duh!!!)

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whats your view on cursing is it a big deal with your friends NO ,i mean most of these words are centuries old and have legit meanings like fuck

F-ornication U-nder C-onsent of the K-ing , Damn juss means condemn and its in the bible, ass means donkey for fucking sake...this judge is the man

 

its like when tipper gore first made the parental advisory stickers manditory on all cd's with cursingeven now there allowing more curse words on television its just not that big of a deal anymore

 

add watever

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for the millionth time. the word fuck didn't originate from "Fornication Under Consent of the King" or "For Unlawful Carnal Knowledge" and both have been extensively disproven as origins. but its the internet and I guess these will both be floating around there forever, no matter how many people debunk it.

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maybe you could enlighten us with the true meaning then, but for now i have my own:

 

freak undada cover king

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Originally posted by iloveboxcars

wr1ot, you have been registered for awhile now.. why did you suddenly start posting regularly?

 

 

please stop it.

Cut your fingers off ILBC.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Now.

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Originally posted by NOUM

Cut your fingers off ILBC.

 

 

 

Now.

it took me awhile to realize what ilbc was.

i think i wrote that because he didn't provide a link.. i dont really remember. im alittle drunk.

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According to the alt.usage.english FAQ:

 

[Fuck] is a very old word, recorded in English since the 15th century (few acronyms predate the 20th century), with cognates in other Germanic languages. The Random House Historical Dictionary of American Slang (Random House, 1994, ISBN 0-394-54427-7) cites Middle Dutch fokken = "to thrust, copulate with"; Norwegian dialect fukka = "to copulate"; and Swedish dialect focka = "to strike, push, copulate" and fock = "penis". Although German ficken may enter the picture somehow, it is problematic in having e-grade, or umlaut, where all the others have o-grade or zero-grade of the vowel.

 

AHD1, following Pokorny, derived "feud", "fey", "fickle", "foe", and "fuck" from an Indo-European root peig2 = "hostile"; but AHD2 and AHD3 have dropped this connection for "fuck" and give no pre-Germanic etymon for it. Eric Partridge, in the 7th edition of Dictionary of Slang and Unconventional English (Macmillan, 1970), said that "fuck" "almost certainly" comes from the Indo-European root *peuk- = "to prick" (which is the source of the English words "compunction", "expunge", "impugn", "poignant", "point", "pounce", "pugilist", "punctuate", "puncture", "pungent", and "pygmy"). Robert Claiborne, in The Roots of English: A Reader's Handbook of Word Origin (Times, 1989) agrees that this is "probably" the etymon. Problems with such theories include a distribution that suggests a North-Sea Germanic areal form rather than an inherited one; the murkiness of the phonetic relations; and the fact that no alleged cognate outside Germanic has sexual connotations.

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