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- v. Present participle of f-word.
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In a major newspaper yesterday a major newspaper journalist was postulating on the possibility that us good Christians would at least bomb the holy do-do (Opednews suggested I not use the "s-word;" no problem with the much more obscene "war" though -- f-wording odd isn't it?) out of Iran.
Oh, yes, and while he was up to more f-wording with that brassy blonde who popped out of a gutter last year, Tana was doing the school run, putting the bins out and washing her husband's increasingly grubby chef's whites.