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#57 - thimmie **User deleted account**
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#72 to #57 - callmesenpai
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(02/02/2013) [-]
I quite enjoy taping curse words to innocuous ones. For example:
Cuntwaffle
Douchebasket
Twatbucket
**********
Although ********** may have come from a book I once read.
#68 to #57 - TheHutchie
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(02/02/2013) [-]
Swearing has a prominent place in the English language and this post is probably true, but I think there's a limit.

You see, it's quite common here in Scotland who uses the word "*******" as if it's a comma. Those same people are the ones I trust less. They're the ones who carry knives and the most likely to punch you in the face for accidentally bumping into them.

Oddly enough, I think there's actually a correct way to swear. You can't just throw swears into a sentence at random, there's a sort of strategy, am I right? Like, there are more effective places to add your "*******" than others, and an effective volume you can use it?

I don't know what I'm rambling about anymore so I think I'll just click "reply" now.
#70 to #68 - thimmie **User deleted account**
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#63 to #57 - RosarioVampire
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(02/02/2013) [-]
makes sense to me. but does this gif? didnt think so.
makes sense to me. but does this gif? didnt think so.