Junior says "F**K"


JLM
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The acorn doesn't fall far from the tree!
 
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Kreskin
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Got a link?
 
gerryh
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Justin Trudeau drops f-bomb during charity boxing match | Toronto Star

kudos to the man
 
PoliticalNick
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Not sure the issue here. I have heard many politicians and officials use 'bad words' before. Personally I have a lot less trust for someone who wouldn't say 'sh*t' if you filled their mouth with it than for someone who can bluntly call someone a 'dumb-fu*k'. Don't we actually want real and honest everyday people in govt....or do you prefer the lying phonies we got now because somehow using a swear word is a reason to not elect somebody.
 
JLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by PoliticalNickView Post

Not sure the issue here. I have heard many politicians and officials use 'bad words' before. Personally I have a lot less trust for someone who wouldn't say 'sh*t' if you filled their mouth with it than for someone who can bluntly call someone a 'dumb-fu*k'. Don't we actually want real and honest everyday people in govt....or do you prefer the lying phonies we got now because somehow using a swear word is a reason to not elect somebody.


You make a good point, Nick, I've never been one for mincing words too much, although I suppose a point is reached that calls for articulation and décor and there is the philosophy that vulgarity does nothing to reinforce your point. People of my generation were taught that, that kind of language was not used when ladies were present!
 
damngrumpy
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I had a school teacher who once told me people don't learn to swear but they should
learn how to. If there is another descriptive use it if no other word other than a swear
word describes it then swear. That way you are always in command of your own
words.
 
JLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by damngrumpyView Post

I had a school teacher who once told me people don't learn to swear but they should
learn how to. If there is another descriptive use it if no other word other than a swear
word describes it then swear. That way you are always in command of your own
words.


Swearing is definitely a double edged sword, it often gets your point across, at the same time bringing to people's attention that your command of your native language is inadequate.
 
Cliffy
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Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

Swearing is definitely a double edged sword, it often gets your point across, at the same time bringing to people's attention that your command of your native language is inadequate.

That's so retro, dood. You're showing your age. Times have changed. I'm with Nick and Gerry on this one.
 
DaSleeper
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#9
The apple doesn't fall far from the tree


I wonder if someone will write a song for him like they did for the ol' man


Do the Fuddle Duddle - YouTube

 
Locutus
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#10
the pony is just so edgy and shiny.
 
WLDB
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Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

People of my generation were taught that, that kind of language was not used when ladies were present!

Which is rather condescending. Thats more or less treating them like children. My grandmother swore like a sailor and couldnt care less what anyone thought of it.


I'll take swearing over the scripted bs most politicians use all the time. Its nice to hear something other than the same talking points for the 10,000th time.
 
relic
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Proper ****in thing !!
 
JLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by CliffyView Post

That's so retro, dood. You're showing your age. Times have changed. I'm with Nick and Gerry on this one.


Maybe, but can we dismiss people's feelings who are offended by it? Seems a little presumptuous to me! -
 
Retired_Can_Soldier
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So Justin said asterisk asterisk asterisk asterisk. What's the big f_cking deal.

Yoy guys are seeing the irony here right?

 
JLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by Retired_Can_SoldierView Post

So Justin said asterisk asterisk asterisk asterisk. What's the big f_cking deal.

Yoy guys are seeing the irony here right?


So are you saying that all the stuff we were taught growing up is invalid? Is there any point in teaching our kids and grandkids anything? I swear as much as any body but I still think there's a time and place for it!-
 
darkbeaver
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My little brother uses the F word so many times in one sentence nobody can understand what the fucck he's talking about. He spits a lot while he's at it as well.
 
Sal
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Quote: Originally Posted by WLDBView Post

Which is rather condescending. Thats more or less treating them like children. My grandmother swore like a sailor and couldnt care less what anyone thought of it.

Me too. I have potty mouth and there is nothing wrong with my vocabulary. If people don't like the way I express myself they can fuk off.

I think mine comes partially from my generation where we used it to freak out the old since they thought we were all going straight to hell. Then I used it because I was in an environment where females really were condescended to in my time. I would go to a mall to check out a site for a store and the mall manager would assume that the male I was with would be doing the assessing. He would often times shake his hand and nod politely to me.

At first it did unnerve me. My good old Jewish boss got me over that one fast. He was an awesome mentor. Taught me to yell and swear with the best of them.
 
JLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

My little brother uses the F word so many times in one sentence nobody can understand what the fucck he's talking about. He spits a lot while he's at it as well.


It's when it gets to be too many times in one word that it gets a little much. Like I've know people who will say automof*ckingbile.-
 
darkbeaver
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Strategic swearing has utility but must be held in reserve and applied sparingly because overuse indicates mental deficiencies.

Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

It's when it gets to be too many times in one word that it gets a little much. Like I've know people who will say automof*ckingbile.-

Exactly
 
WLDB
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Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

Maybe, but can we dismiss people's feelings who are offended by it? Seems a little presumptuous to me! -

If they are offended by that word they are over sensitive. Its a fairly common word these days. I rarely swear myself but dont particularly care if others do it often or at all. They're just words. Get over it.
 
JLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by WLDBView Post

If they are offended by that word they are over sensitive. Its a fairly common word these days. I rarely swear myself but dont particularly care if others do it often or at all. They're just words. Get over it.


Get over what? I'm not bothered by it in the least, but I still think there is a place for having consideration for those who are. When you are in a grocery store where you don't know anyone and are asked, "can I help you"? Would you respond with "get me a can of f**king peaches"? -
 
Goober
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Playing the Common Man card.
Swears, gets so called crap from the wife.
Called Playin the Plebes.
 
IdRatherBeSkiing
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Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

The acorn doesn't fall far from the tree!

His dad said "Fuddle Duddle".
 
petros
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Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

Get over what? I'm not bothered by it in the least, but I still think there is a place for having consideration for those who are. When you are in a grocery store where you don't know anyone and are asked, "can I help you"? Would you respond with "get me a can of f**king peaches"? -

You forgot to say please.
 
JLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by IdRatherBeSkiingView Post

His dad said "Fuddle Duddle".


In those days "F**K" wasn't very parliamentary! -
 
relic
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I don't think that people that pay to see other people beat each other up would be too upset if someone used ****,in it's proper place.
 
Zipperfish
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Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

People of my generation were taught that, that kind of language was not used when ladies were present!

Yeah, well it ain't the mid-14th century anymore.
 
JLM
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Quote: Originally Posted by relicView Post

I don't think that people that pay to see other people beat each other up would be too upset if someone used ****,in it's proper place.


You got that right, there's a time and place for everything. -
 
PoliticalNick
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Quote: Originally Posted by JLMView Post

Would you respond with "get me a can of f**king peaches"? -

No. I would respond with "get me a f*cking can of f*cking peaches you f*cking f*ck."

It is a magical word with many uses and meanings...


https://www.youtube.com/watch?featur...&v=bzhEt1-qGhk (external - login to view)
Last edited by PoliticalNick; Apr 1st, 2014 at 12:53 PM..
 
lone wolf
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Let he who hath no sin?...
 
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