Fuck Fuck Fuckity Fuck Fuck

12 Feb 2009
Author: Joel The Great  |  Category: Rants  |  Comment (1)  |  Add Comment

To quote part of an article on Violent Acres: “If you don’t have the guts to type out the word FUCK, then you are pussy.”

So true, so true.  Now of course there is a time and place for certain things… On my blog, sure, fuck it.  Emails to my boss, bad idea. The writer “V” is referring to using it in a blog post.  Some person decided that instead of saying “Fuck You” about something they were rambling about, they spelled it out “EFFFFF UUUUU.”  Which I have to agree with is fucking retarded.  If you emailed me a threat saying “EFFFFF UUUUU” I’d probably piss myself laughing.

I generally try to not use to many words that are considered ‘offensive’ when I write, mainly because I don’t feel the need to.  But also I do know some friends/family like to browse this from work/school that may frown upon such things. (Hi Mom!)

Now some of you might be offended with the word “Fuck,” but it really isn’t that bad of a word.  As George Carlin said; “There are no bad words, just bad thoughts.” (that may not be an exact quote, but Fuck it)

Honestly I don’t find much of anything offensive, especially words.  That’s partially because I don’t have a full range of emotions like a regular person (aka no soul?), but also because I know they are just words.  Besides, how is the word fuck more offensive than the word retard, or moron, or idiot?  Idiots definition is a person of subnormal intelligence. But it’s more acceptable to use the word idiot than the word fuck? Figure that one out.

Anyways, I highly recommend you listen to: George Carlin – Seven Dirty Words You Can’t Say On Television (heh, tater-tits)

And if you think the word Fuck is offensive, then you’ll love reading the other entries on Violent Acres, I know I’ve enjoyed them.

Oh, and just to cover my bases: WARNING! THE PREVIOUS ENTRY MAY CONTAIN STRONG LANGUAGE NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN.

One Response to “Fuck Fuck Fuckity Fuck Fuck”

  1. FanatiGimp! Says:

    To add to all of this — the idea that the words themselves are bad, or really even that the connotation itself is negative, is false IMO. Sometimes, a ‘vulgar’ display of emotion is required to really get to the gut of what you’re trying to voice… Not everything needs to be pretty, and the raw emotion of some words evoke a visceral reaction in people, that we are aware will bring forth the emotion for the story we desire.

    “These are the words that express the emotions that we as humans feel.”

    Ahh, RIP George.