Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Portis_26, Jun 14, 2007.
British people can't say 'motherfucker' without sounding stupid. Especially if they're posh.
I've never heard anyone sound bad using this word. YOu must be doing it wrong.
Two words I should say a lot, with the tripe that comes out of peoples' mouths.
have you seen hot fuzz ? :P
If I ever heard someone say "indubitably" whilst serious, I would just leave the conversation right there.
We can here.
American's can't say the following words without sounding like a retard.
I can honestly say I've never heard anyone use that word seriously. That might explain why it's never sounded stupid to me.
Fuck, I was just about to post this.
You're a doctor, deal with it.
Shit yeah. Bollocks and wanker sound best when coming out of someone from Scotland, the North, inner city London, or the West Country.
Huh? You fucking cunt.
Yeah, I call chicks cunts all the time and it works fine for me
Oh yeah.. damn
Also, English/Australian people can't say "ass" the way Americans say it. We can only say "arse".
Poms sound like fucking idiots saying any of these words. o does anyone else, although many of those are not used outside of England.
I love that insult. Lol, calling someone a donkey.
Booyakasha is an obvious one.
I generally have a hard time saying "hee-hawww" out loud without sounding like a jackass.
Any swear words out loud make you sound like a jackass, yet I still say them daily.
I think they're hilarious!
Scone (Instead of Scon).
true in the south of england, not so much in the north
We don't use arse, bollocks, or wanker. And the ways we use twat and cunt are much different than how you do (it's more vitrolic here), pub I just don't know about. The only time it ever really gets used is when designating that the bar you're going to is an Irish pub, in which case you snaggle-toothed faggots can just go to hell.
daughter... wtf kind of word is that?
As a Newfoundlander, I'm proud that I can pretty much say anything you said there, plus motherfucker!
Hella not true.
Duvet (Sugusted by James in Renton)
Fabulous (Under Review, comic value)
Mommy or Daddy (Whopper)
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