Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by B-Man, Jun 23, 2018.
Never got to any of those places but I'll always remember 29-Stumps! LOL
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Yeah. The Middle East definitely isn’t an ideal vacation spot in summer. Lol
Well, it may also be an adverb, it describes an action "they were ****ing like rabbits" or "I don't ****ing care " describing an action WITH ones personal feelings as well, personal pro noun, not quite an adjective... "Just another ****ing word " Perhaps, but it's a slang word with many meanings..so **** it.. ..
Safer than "Fuel pump" f word on other forums
I love theF word, it is the most versatile word In the English Language. It can be used as a verb, noun, adjative, adverb....
Exactly, just another reason foreigners hit a wall learning English, teach them to stay home
I wouldn't stroll on the sand in winter either...
I said the word after seeing the nice breeze made while watching "a quiet place" yesterday. No fans, house is closed up.
Lol, when ur sitting down across the way and see it, (lights off and blackout curtains and liners drawn) yeah... spooked me, and dug was caught off guard there, thats his couch remember...
The subs have been there for years... i just removed the grills cause i thought i heard them rattling (the top 1 has fallen off before).
Get em dug..
Oh dude, he left the scene fast.
Dug isn’t playing that.
Serious blow off.
Always ****ING acceptable
I use it. Don't mind it from others. What I have issue with is overuse. Seriously, is it really necessary to use it as often as a comma in a run on sentence?
I recently was getting my hair cut and there were 3 twenty something kids in chairs. There seemed to be a competition who could use it more than the other two combined. The women cutting their hair were flinching after a while.
Any word loses impact overused.
And thus, the thread is kid gloved.
Doesn't appear so
Separate names with a comma.