In English, fuck falls into many grammatical categories.
As a transitive verb: “John fucked Shirley.”
As an intransitive verb: “Shirley fucks.”
Its meaning is not always sexual.
It can be used as an adjective: “John is doing all the fucking work.”
As part of an adverb: “Shirley talks to fucking much.”
As an adverb enhancing an adjective: “Shirley is fucking beautiful.”
As a noun: “I don’t give a fuck.”
As part of a word: “Absofuckinglutely,” or “infuckingcredible.”
And, as almost every word in a sentence: “Fuck the fucking fuckers.”
But you must realise, there aren’t very many words with the versatility of fuck, as in these examples describing situations such as
Fraud: “I got fucked at the used car lot.”
Dismay: “Aw, fuck it.”
Trouble: “I guess I’m really fucked now.”
Aggression: “Don’t fuck with me, buddy.”
Difficulty: “I don’t understand this fucking question.”
Inquiry: “Who the fuck was that?”
Dissatisfaction: “I don’t like what the fuck is going on here.”
Incompetence: “He’s a fuckoff.”
Dismissal: “Why don’t you go outside and play hide and go fuck yourself?”
I’m sure you can think of many more examples. With all these multi-purpose applications, how can anyone be offended when you use the word? I say, use this unique, flexible word more often in your daily speech. It will identify the quality of your character immediately. Say it loudly and proudly: Fuck You!
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