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Could I say both "It is pretty damned good" and "It is pretty damn good"?
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Could I say "It is damned pretty good" and "It is damn pretty good"?
Could I also say both ""It is pretty darned good" and "It is pretty darn good"? Would they mean the same as "It is pretty damned good" and "It is pretty damn good"?
Could I say these following sentences?
It is damn/darn/damned/darned good.
It is so damn/darn/damned/darned good.
It is too damn/darn/damned/darned good.
Yes, yes, and yes.
Surprisingly, no-one has yet pointed out that some people find the use of the words "damn/damned" potentially offensive, I believe on religious grounds. I think "darn" is the "cleaned-up" version but I'm not sure if some people might be offended by that too.
The general advice is don't use those phrases in any formal setting, just in case.
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Could I say "It is pretty damn/damned/darn/darned hot/bad/beautiful/ugly..."?
P.S.: Thank you, emsr2d2, for your advice!
Yes in all cases.
I think you've got the idea now.