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“Yet Fairman's aim is to discuss why the F-word, which is generally covered by free speech, can land someone in jail if it's used in the context of "fighting words," obscenity or even an archaic Michigan law - still on the books in 2006 - that prohibits men from using the F-word around women and children.”
“Previously, the FCC had given broadcasters a pass for airing live, unscripted profanities, but that changed in 2003, after U2 singer Bono blurted out the F-word during the Golden Globe awards.”
“I remember once, he got me so angry, that he got me to say the F-word out loud.”
“Favorite words are “man” (147 times), “dude” (160 times), and the F-word (290 times).”
“Maybe it depends on where you live, but my bi-lingual Mexican friends here consider pinche to be a potty mouth word, more like the F-word than damn.”
“The entertainment industry, movies, stage and so many comedy acts in the US cling to the F-word for sensationalism and its gotten so heavy on screen, one would think the F-word is being used as an endearment … …”
“Unfortunately, and to my dismay, the dilution of the F-word amongst the mainstream youth is becoming sheik, too often used and repetitive in giving some kind of emphasis/importance to what ever they are referencing.”
“He rattles off a list of popular food-related apps, then drops the F-word: iFart, one of the most popular apps to date, which replicates the favorite sound of preteens.”
“There is copious use of both the F-word and saying “Jesus” as an expletive.”
“With young adults, Dave likes to say the F-word: FOCUS and grabs their attention with his humor and intensity.”
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