No further edits should be made to this section. Nevertheless, this is a term about which scholars have made significant discoveries in recent years, and it is now possible to reassert an early sixteenth century date, with indications that the word is earlier. This embarrasses the Princess because foot is pronounced the same as French foutre , meaning fuck. If Monty Python had written this and if you knew anything at all about Monty Python , it would be a widely famous track on at least one of their albums and it is highly unlikely that they would have an American voice it instead of someone like John Cleese. If there is any further opposition, I would hope to hear it expressed in discussion here, rather than just in edit summaries accompanying further reverts. Not a verifiable history of the word fuck.
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Iris had already moved Jan's body from the van and we watch Frank drag her body into the bathroom, where Iris chops off Jan's head, arms and legs with a meat cleaver and put the pieces in the bathtub, which is full of acid. While I know this isn't going to be everyone's cup of tea some people are going to hate this from the first frame and the CGI and green screen effects are crappy, this does have a crazy charm that I found infectious. When Corey tries to rape Linda, his partner intervenes, but Corey shoots him in the heart. The phrase feck is a common substitute for fuck in Ireland, where it is considered to be less rude, though still not acceptable in many contexts.
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Boris says ,"You look like a hooker. Mati is seen shooting craps in the men's room [the most logical place to play craps, if you ask me] with a group of male patients. He then goes into a short, funny history He tells us not to fall asleep for five minutes, because when we wake up, we will think another film is playing! If you have the luck to meet it, it'll offer you three wishes to fulfill whatever you want.
In short, I'm attempting to cut the weak, crufty items and expand the stronger ones into sourced, cohesive paragraphs. Subsequent comments should be made in a new section on the talk page. The earliest evidence found so far is in Latin, and comes from a manuscript presumably written in England and dating from or slightly earlier. Your email address will not be published. The result of the proposal was merge Anthony Appleyard talk I completely agree that the sentence "fuck, the fucking fuckers fucked" is ridiculous and would not be used in a typical conversation. Which is all a long way of saying that some of these things could become interesting worthwhile additions if properly sourced and their relevance explained - but if they are just "in tv series x fuck was replaced with haddock, that belongs in TV series X, not in Fuck and definitely not in Haddock.