10 Reasons Why I Use the Word “Fuck”

See? It’s not just me.

HarsH ReaLiTy

1. Things move faster when you yell the word “Fuck” at them. “Fucking move” works best obviously.

2. Because the word “motherfucker” has too many syllables in it and takes too long to say.

3. People have been telling me since the age of 6 not to use this word. Well fuck them!

4. The word “shit” lost its harshness years ago.

5. It still amazes me how a singular word can offend so many people just by its existence. I feel like all the Fucks in this world deserve my support now.

6. After I received my first farewell letter from a subscriber due to my language I knew I could never break up with the word Fuck ever again. Using it just makes my job easier.

7. I love words that have multiple uses.

8. I love this word when it is used as a verb.

9. I…

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31 thoughts on “10 Reasons Why I Use the Word “Fuck”

      1. *sigh* Premium site; might have paid for those followers. Used to happen on MySpace all the time; I always got ads in to buy 5000 or 10,000 followers. Anything’s possible with enough cash.

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      2. I’m there with ya. But that’s the way these things work. Listen, tho: how would you feel having 50,000 followers and knowing that most of them were fake, that you’d only paid for them? My small numbers mean so MUCH to me because I’m not out there prostituting myself.

        Keep clean, baby. Don’t want no venereal-press disease.

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      3. By the way. I’ve decided to go back and read every single one of your blog posts. It’s gonna take a while, but I thought I should warn you so you’re not confused or weirded out if I comment on something from like…June! 😀

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      4. It’s okay…I’ve caught things here and there that told me as much. Which is part of why I wanted to get your full story, so I have a better understanding of your current posts. 🙂

        I’ve also read some things that make me think we have even more in common than is obvious on the surface.

        If you’d rather I leave well enough alone, I will. 🙂

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      5. Oh, no! Stroke my ego, please! Go and read everything. You make me re-read my stuff to answer your comments, and that’s a good thing. I’ve plans to do similar burglary work to YOUR blog when I get some time. 😉

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      6. Ahaha! Okay, good. And WHEW, cuz I was starting to feel kinda stalkerish. That’s not why I’m reading. I feel a kinship with you, and I want to understand you better so I can get your references and things.

        And MY blog? Pfft, you’ve probably read it all already. I’m brand spankin’ new around here. Heh. 😉

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      7. And I’m signing off for the night, Steph. Looking forward to reading your comments and blog and whatever you drop in the blog-o-spehere during the next 12 hours. 🙂

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