The F-word...

Perhaps one of the most interesting and colorful words in the English language today is the word, "FUCK".
It is one magical word, which just by its sound, can describe pain, pleasure, hate and love. "FUCK", as most
words, comes from German origin. In this case, from the German word Frigon, meaning, "Whoopee".
In language, "FUCK" falls into many grammatical categories. It can be used as a verb, transitive "fucked by John",
a noun "Mary is a fucking rad".
You can see, there are not many words with the versatility of "FUCK"!
Besides its sexual connotation, this lovely word can be used to describe many situations such as:

Aggression Fuck you!
Confusion What the fuck?
Curiosity What the fuck IS it?
Desire I'd love to fuck HER!
Despair Fucked again.
Difficulty Fuck it, Shit!
Dismay Oh, Fuck it!
Displeasure What the fucks going on!
Fraud I got fucked!
Incompetence He's all fucked up!
Laziness He's a fuck off!
Over-partying I'm way too fucked up!
Passivity Fuck me!
Partying Let's get fucked up!
Philosophical Who gives a fuck?
Pleasure That's fuckin' great!
Rebellion I don't give a fuck!
Sexuality What a great fuck!
Size Fuuuuuuuck!
Trouble I guess I'm fucked now!


  It can be used in descriptive anatomy...
  He's really a fucking asshole!

  It can be used to tell time...
  It's five fucking thirty!

  It can be used in business...
  How did I get this fucking job!

  It can be used maternally...
  He's a fucking asshole!

  It can be used nautically...
  Fuck the Admiral!

  It can be used politically...
  Fuck Clinton!

  It can open the door to relationships...
  Lets fuck bitch!

  It can be used in finance...
  Here's your five fucking bucks!

  It can be used in psychology...
  He's fucking crazy!

  The mind still boggles at the many more creative forms of this multi-functional word.
  How can anyone be offended when you say, "FUCK"?
  So today, tell someone .......... FUCK YOU!

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