Learning to swear

I learned a new word today from my British friends: clusterfuckmaggedon. I don’t know how this word was not in my vocabulary before, but it’s application is limitless. I will be working this into my everyday speech until the current administration is out of office, however that may occur.

Also, bravo to the British gentleman who tweeted “Fuck off Steve, you tepid shoeless bellend” in a heated debate over Brexit.  I had to look up bellend and I am quite pleased to acquire this new term.

We need to establish a study abroad program helmed by the Brits to learn how to properly insult someone. Calling someone an inbred pigfucker is too easy and is far less evocative than calling someone a “tepid shoeless bellend”.

3 thoughts on “Learning to swear

  1. Hi Darlene – you were the one who first said the word “clusterfuck” to me. I may be the first one to inform you that the term has been updated by the British (!). They are now saying “clusterfuckmageddon”. I love it! It has a nice ring to it and aptly describes…well, a clusterfuckmageddon. Must be the height of clusterfuckery. Interesting side note: my iPhone has learned the word clusterfuckmageddon and offers to insert it into the sentence I’m writing!

    So thanks, Darlene, for expanding my vocabulary. I owe you one.


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