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How to reduce your cussing

  1. #1
    LIKE Instead of saying the F word.. okay I'll give an example. Say you are looking for your keys.. you check where u thought they were bit they aren't there! So instead of saying the F . WORD try saying I FEEL SO STRONGLY ABOUT THIS!

    Every time you do this put a Nicjkle in a jar it's your jar of strong feelings and at the end of the year see how much u have!
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    When I came to Texas I noticed a lot of my exWife #1's family (who were typically southern and VERY religious) used the word "fudge" all the time instead of "fuck"...as well as things like "dang" instead of "damn"

    To me that's just as bad as saying "fuck"...I mean the logic goes if you are thinking of the word but substitute it for something you think is more "acceptable" you're being disingenuous.

    ..that's not very Christian (I'd tell her).
  3. #3
    mmQ Cum Lickin' Fagit
    FIDDLESTICKS!!
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    RIPtotse Tuskegee Airman
    Funkin waglers
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    Where I come from "Cock" is a term of endearment. It's pretty localized to the Area of Salford, Manchester from what I've seen as other people around the UK don't use it/seem familiar with it.

    You usually call a loved one "cock"...immediate family or lover etc.

    Example "Eeeee cock, get me a beer will you" (same as saying "eee luv, get me a beer will you")

    It's perfectly innocent.

    My mum and dad move south near London a few years ago to live near my Brother so he could keep an eye on them in their old age...down south they are not used to the term "cock" and think of it as you dear readers are probably thinking of it.

    As such when my mum went in a nursing home and my dad goes to visit her he often calls her "cock"..."hello cock, how are you" etc.

    A couple of the nursing staff commented on this to him and said they didn't think it was appropriate to refer to his wife as "a cock".

    That's the end of this story.
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  6. #6
    mmQ Cum Lickin' Fagit
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson Where I come from "Cock" is a term of endearment. It's pretty localized to the Area of Salford, Manchester from what I've seen as other people around the UK don't use it/seem familiar with it.

    You usually call a loved one "cock"…immediate family or lover etc.

    Example "Eeeee cock, get me a beer will you" (same as saying "eee luv, get me a beer will you")

    It's perfectly innocent.

    My mum and dad move south near London a few years ago to live near my Brother so he could keep an eye on them in their old age…down south they are not used to the term "cock" and think of it as you dear readers are probably thinking of it.

    As such when my mum went in a nursing home and my dad goes to visit her he often calls her "cock"…"hello cock, how are you" etc.

    A couple of the nursing staff commented on this to him and said they didn't think it was appropriate to refer to his wife as "a cock".

    That's the end of this story.

    What would be the equivalent of the word, that is used "normally" here in the U.S.

    Like, I might say hey BAE (lol) get me a beer would ya, to my girlfriend, but not my mom.
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    BetterThanYou Yung Blood
    Shut the fuck up
  8. #8
    Originally posted by mmQ What would be the equivalent of the word, that is used "normally" here in the U.S.

    Like, I might say hey BAE (lol) get me a beer would ya, to my girlfriend, but not my mom.

    bae would work..or love or honey etc...it's that kind of word you use with those close to you.

    I don't know where it comes from...certainly not from penis....my guess is it is derived from "cockerel"..the thought being that a cockerel is the most important animal in the barnyard...and so conveying their importance to you...that's just a guess though.

    I'm going to google it though I doubt there will be any info on it as I say it seemed VERY localized.
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    Oh there is an article on it

    https://www.quora.com/In-the-Lancashire-dialect-in-the-United-Kingdom-is-the-word-cock-used-to-refer-to-someone-as-a-mate-or-old-friend-Is-this-usage-common
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    mmQ Cum Lickin' Fagit
    "Guvna"
  11. #11
    stl1 Dark Matter
    Originally posted by Jiggaboo_Johnson Where I come from "Cock" is a term of endearment. It's pretty localized to the Area of Salford, Manchester from what I've seen as other people around the UK don't use it/seem familiar with it.

    You usually call a loved one "cock"…immediate family or lover etc.

    Example "Eeeee cock, get me a beer will you" (same as saying "eee luv, get me a beer will you")

    It's perfectly innocent.

    My mum and dad move south near London a few years ago to live near my Brother so he could keep an eye on them in their old age…down south they are not used to the term "cock" and think of it as you dear readers are probably thinking of it.

    As such when my mum went in a nursing home and my dad goes to visit her he often calls her "cock"…"hello cock, how are you" etc.

    A couple of the nursing staff commented on this to him and said they didn't think it was appropriate to refer to his wife as "a cock".

    That's the end of this story.




    As I suspected...a cock lover.
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    Originally posted by mmQ "Guvna"

    Lets go for a pint me ol' cocker.
  13. #13
    BetterThanYou Yung Blood
    Originally posted by stl1 As I suspected…a cock lover.

    All Englishmen are cock lovers.

    Bangers and mash is NOT a food item.
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    stl1 Dark Matter
    Don't forget "spotted dick".
  15. #15
    Originally posted by BetterThanYou Bangers and mash is NOT a food item.

    it was an 80s cartoon

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    Fonaplats victim of incest [daylong jump-start that nome]
    FLANDERS!
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