- vulgar, slang Used after interrogative pronouns as an intensifier to express anger, frustration, incredulity, or other strong emotion.
- vulgar, slang Used after verbs forming a part of a phrasal verb as an intensifier to imply aggressive emphasis.
- vulgar, slang Used as a shortened form of common interrogative phrases.
- vulgar, slang Used to emphatically express that something isn't true.
“I mean, how in the fuck was I going to sit there and watch a show after going through a sixty-thousand-dollar swing, from thirty-gee loser to thirty-gee winner in an hour?”
““What the fuck is wrong with Raymond?” was the general refrain.”
“But then something dawned on me: What the fuck do I know about David Pirner?”
“As in, Why the fuck did you send an unauthorized request to SAT-D to orbital on seven houses and thirteen business locations in the greater Tokyo area?”
“Long-ass months since Rick worked me the fuck over.”
“She gave us carto blanco to do with you whatever the fuck we feel like.”
““Then shut the fuck up and promise,” Lena interrupted, jumping right back into demi-dominatix mode.”
“What the fuck is wrong with me, for him to want to make a baby with Adria? is just one of many questions rambling through my mind.”
““You shit-sucking bitch, what the fuck are you doing?””
“A guy named Daryl Fox, who had worked for Giuliani, was supposed to be watching over the New York office, so I called him up and said, “What the fuck are you doing over there?””
Looking for tweets for the fuck.