Mostly harmless (corto) wrote,
Mostly harmless
corto

yeah so, see I enjoy swearing.

I don't enjoy being hurtful with words...
but I can see several great reasons to work "fuck" into pretty well any conversation and it's a trial to keep it out of my talk at home with or around the kids.

That, however, is not the point.

I promised myself that for one week... just five short days... I would not give my boss a reason to do his "ack... shhhhh... Andrew!" thing when he pulls his headphones off and hears me swearing about one thing or another. I tell him about this, this morning when he comments... "you ok? You don't seem to be... um... what? what is it?" and then I explain.

Well, he immediately whips out cash with a cubemate and they now have a little friendly wager on it... sheesh.

I need to remind you... it's not all "cursing"... I mean, the other day, I clipped my head on the desk overhead ... and when I whispered "fuck" ... (versus yelling faaaaaaaccccck!) my boss was actually impressed. But most of the "fucks" come out as gentle additions to normal speech.

There's the standard W5 of fuck;
What the fuck?
How the fuck?
When the fuck?
Who the fuck?
and of course,
Why the fuck?

But then, when it really worms it's way into you head...
This if fucking awesome!
That is absofuckinglutely right on... lets do that...!

or
Ok, theres no fucking way I can get that done, and besides, what the fuck is the fucking point because you know as well as I do that he doesn't fucking work on Mondays or Tuesdays. He just fucking sits at his fucking desk and sucks air. Fuck it...

... which reminds me;
Fuck it is the most perfect expression in the universe... and when it comes to perfect words, is right up there with the word "cunt" (in all it's forms)

Ok I'll shut up now... I just need to get some fuck's out.
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