There’s a time and place for a fuck or two

May 24, 2007 at 10:13 am (profanity, stupid)

Go to hell; screw you; back the fuck off. Come on, say it. There…it feels good, not so? Sometimes there is no other way to express the way you feel than to let loose a rip of words not deemed fit to print.
I’ve never been a big advocate of swearing but I have my moments (usually when I’m driving). I know many people hate it and other people can’t talk without doing it but what exactly is swearing other than a bunch of letters strung together to make a word?
It’s not polite and certainly not civilised but I say we should all swear at least once a day. Just let rip – let it go and you may just feel better. It can be in public but also in private as long as you let it all out.
If you’re from the Flats you’re probably going to say a lot more than fuck, damn, hell and so on. Ja, you know you’re going to bring in the ma se’s and the pa se’s. And if you’re anything like Kash99 there’s going to be a stink, vuil se’s as well.
I’m not saying you should go out and offend everyone you see but when the occasion arises…well, there’s nothing like a bit of profanity to get you through the moment. You’ll see – it’s just as liberating as being able to tell someone they’re stupid. You’ll thank me for setting you free.

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8 Comments

  1. madamm said,

    I’m designating a time and place for this right fucking now!

  2. tbhanks said,

    That’s fucking wonderful MrsM. Had you said it yesterday at the dept of home affairs, you would’ve fulfilled the day’s quota then.

  3. Louisa said,

    I agree 100%…besides, it’s not healthy to bottle up? 😉

  4. tbhanks said,

    Exactly Louisa. And bottling up at home affairs is especially bad.

  5. Louisa said,

    Oh I don’t recommend that at all! I had the “oppertunity” to deal with them extensively last year. Initially i paid someone else to deal with them on my behalf, but in the end I simply couldn’t resist the urge to let them have it from me personally a couple of times.

    There is no one who cares as little about customer service as a home affairs employee – with the possible exception of a government hospital nurse. 😉

  6. tbhanks said,

    Or the traffic dept…

  7. Louisa said,

    They’ve always been very nice to me… 🙂

  8. tbhanks said,

    Then you’re certainly a lucky lady, Louisa! It’s always been a nightmare for me to go the traffic department. Always, always, always. There was only one guy I liked – and that’s only because he was the one who gave me the key to my freedom: my driver’s licence! ;0

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