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    Default Re: How the word f*ck has become important

    Hi All,

    I was told by native englishman that this word is an abbreviation and stands for "Fornicate Under Consent of the King".


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    Default Re: How the word f*ck has become important

    Some people have a weird sense of humour.

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    Default Re: How the word f*ck has become important

    Quote Originally Posted by Anglika View Post
    Some people have a weird sense of humour.
    It would be not so weird or complete nonsence if that wasn't a fact of history.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darijus View Post
    Hi All,

    I was told by a native Englishman that this word is an abbreviation and stands for "Fornicate Under Consent of the King".

    Somebody was pulling your leg.

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    Default Re: How the word f*ck has become important

    As I said, someone had a weird sense of humour.

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    Default Re: How the word f*ck has become important

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee View Post
    Somebody was pulling your leg.
    Explain me please, what does it mean.

    The use of this (f**) word itself pulls ones leg (out ??...).
    It makes the language at least poor.
    As for myself I'm going to get rid of it.

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    Default Re: How the word f*ck has become important

    Somebody is pulling your leg =
    Somebody is joking with you; somebody is putting you on

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    Default Re: How the word f*ck has become important

    the term or word f*ck had affected me in my lifeime the very first time i heard it i belive i was about 10 the word f*ck means in slang to have inntercourse or a term of being upset

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    Default Re: How the word f*ck has become important

    [Hi!

    I started this thread providing a link with an intention that if anybody is interested to learn how the word f*k can can be used in different contexts, one can open that link. I found that link interesting thats why i wanted to share. But only few members opened that link but nobody gave the comment on that video.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajan View Post
    [Hi!

    I started this thread providing a link with an intention that if anybody is interested to learn how the word f*k can can be used in different contexts, one can open that link. I found that link interesting thats why i wanted to share. But only few members opened that link but nobody gave the comment on that video.
    I remember that video. Very funny.

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