The blog entry is about the F word.
What the fuck? You don’t know what the F word is. Sigh!!!
Mea Culpa! Not your fault. It is quite offensive, no? More offensive than BC, MC, BsdK, LkB ?These are some of the usual terms used in our local derived languages in all its locally derived richness.
The word Fuck, many times, either from people with authority (HR) or the receiver, is termed and reacted to as a very offensive term. Usage of the word fuck is kind of blasphemy. In organizations, its usage can lead to harassments (to all those ultra fuckin’ dumbs) and terminations. Sigh!!
Well! Yuck! to all those, who think that way.
** Fuck** is the most neutral word to express all kinds of feelings, be it anger, agression, disappointment, love, sex, celebration or anything else you can think of.
- Fuck you man
- I’m gonna fuckin’ kill you.
- Fuck! It is painful.
- It was fuckin’ amazing
- Let’s fuck
See. How offensive it is. Now let’s localize it with its equivalents.
- BC, Saala
- BC/MC, I’ll kill you
- BC/MC, it is painful
- G phat gayi. It is so painful
- MC. Maza aa gaya
See. How nice it is. Not offensive at all. One can always argue that those words are not required to be used in the local languages, rather it is offensive terms not preferred. But be honest and ask yourself if you haven’t used them when expressing yourself.
So when someone uses the F word, there isn’t really a good reason to make those fucked up faces and feel offensive. The person is just making use of the best expressive neutral word to express himself.
At least, this way, while expressing himself, he still is sparing families and friends. So go ahead and make use of this wonderful F word and educate people on its endless possible usage. Or else if you still don’t get it, I got 2 words: Fuck You.