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    Ppink

    I'm sorry for this question, but
    if somone says "you can paint it pussy pink if you want" - is it for sure coarse word (pussy pink I mean) as the Internet shows, or one can describe color in this words without being rude? Sorry again

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    Re: Ppink

    It's always rude.

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    Re: Ppink

    Oh mine! The book looks properly... But is this still a rude way to describe color?

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    Re: Ppink

    Quote Originally Posted by meliss View Post
    Oh mine! The book looks properly... But is this still a rude way to describe color?
    Which book is it?

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    #5

    Re: Ppink

    When I googled the two words, the first 5 pages of hits were to porno sites. I gave up then.

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    Re: Ppink


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    #7

    Re: Ppink

    Maybe in American English it is not so rude?

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    #8

    Re: Ppink

    Quote Originally Posted by meliss View Post
    Maybe in American English it is not so rude?
    It is rude.

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    Re: Ppink

    Quote Originally Posted by meliss View Post
    Maybe in American English it is not so rude?
    Many books use rude language; it appears that this one is no different.

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    #10

    Re: Ppink

    I have located it on the page - I can't copy it here. The person who used those words was being deliberately crude.

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