the f word

January 27, 2010 § 1 Comment

I kinda like his voice.
As anyone who has completed 131 Language and Culture I find taboo words extremely interesting. This charming youtube in the style of an old fashioned youtube is nicely demonstrates the category flexibility of the so-called f-word … noun, verb, infix and the wide range of meanings it produces.
Word of advice … no need to take up his challenge at the end!

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  • Doug Strachan says:

    I could have sworn the F-word was just a cooking programme.

    Have you ever taken a song and replaced the word “love” with the F-word? The NZ Idol judges did not react favourably to my rendition of Love Me Do by the Beatles.

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