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and act all like IDGAF
in front of my dad, probably when i was about 18
fuck yeah, oh fuck.....oh fuck.....
Nothing is off limits now. YES.
My kids 13/15 swear in front of me, as it doesn't bother me. As long as they have the ability to talk differently around different people, and as long as they use swearing as an extension of their vocabulary then I don't give a fig.
Just like the picture.
you're like an actual troll
His DiS character arc really has been quite commendable.
I didn't think there'd be another chapter, but i'm glad there has been.
i never want to go
My mum is always saying 'bugger' though so I use that.
She also calls people 'mingers' cos we used to say it. I love my mum.
in this fucking thread
Was driving him to work (as his car was in for a MOT) Someone cut me off and I yelled "You motherfucking wanker"
My Dad sat in silence.
or anything though.
My dad did once call Ben Bradshaw (MP) an odious little cunt to his face.
utterly fucked up their response, panicked, but selfishly avoided calling in the military for as long as possible so as to avoid electoral embarrassment. As a result the disease spread far further than it should have done.
telling the government that they were overreacting?
but deliberately delayed calling in the military for as long as possible for PR purposes.
You don't have to defend everything that any Labour politician has ever done.
Once when I was 6 or it might have been when i was 5 but i can't remember, so let's shall we say that it was when I was 6, because I only moved there when I was 5 and it normally takes me about a year to make friends with people now, so I assume that I learnt to take so long to make friends when I was children so it can’t have been when I was 5 as I couldn’t have had friends when I was 5. I wrote lots of swear words like fuck and shit on what had once been the inside of a cereal box. It had probably been a frosties box as it would have been about that time that I had collected the tokens for those Tony the Tiger fluffy slippers that I used to love and wish I could get more of. I put this superb list of list of words next to the microwave for safe keeping but then forgot about it being there because I used to get up early on the weekends and sneak into the treats cupboard and add sugar to my tea and my mum used to almost catch me when she came to make the cups of tea she’d make us all. It wasn’t until my grandma who had moved in round the corner from us came and found what had previously been a Frosties box that now had swear words written in it, that I remembered it. I certainly remember it after that though, because I think she had firm words with my mum who doesn’t like being a middle person and so didn’t treat me with happiness when she told me about it again. My dad also wasn’t happy either. My little brother said oh bugger in the car though once when he was about 3 and everyone laughed.
my mum, was probably a bit later, maybe 13? she told us all off for swearing too much at xmas this year.
My parents were pretty shocked, though I remember my dad saying Geoffrey Chaucer used to use the word with some affection. They're pretty sound on the whole though, I wouldn't eff and jeff around them like I might with my mates but we're all adults, innit.
Does anyone consider 'bloody' a swear word? It had never even crossed my mind that it might be one, but at work a load of women all told me that it was terrible and that I should never use it in front of the kids (we work at a school). I thought it might've been a religious thing but plenty of them were atheists. I thought it might've been an age thing too but one of them was 20. Don't understand it.
Like damn or thundering-typhoon.
I think they've got her in training to make sure she gets into the local CofE Primary School