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Written on July 2, 2009, and categorized as Flip side, Swearing.
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2. Carry On Swearing.

Freaking, freakin’, frak, frakkin’, feck, feckin’ – all these emasculated, Bowdlerised words mean but one thing: the craven cowardice and hypocrisy of the user.

Fuck is a good, honest word. It has lasted well over a thousand years, and it is rich with usages and subtlety. English is an excellent language, with its core Anglo-Saxon giving it a realism and humanity which the Latin clothing does not hide.

If you don’t want to swear, then you don’t have to. But if you’re going to swear, do it full-heartedly, and mean it. It’s good for your health.

Join the Facebook cause The Campaign for Real Swearing. Why the fuck not?

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