English Lesson For Y'all :)

Date: 17-02-2008 12:38 pm (13 years ago) | Author: Jamil Yakasai
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- at 17-02-2008 12:38 PM (13 years ago)
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 Perhaps one of the most interesting words in the English language today is the word 'phyuk'. Out of all the English words that begin with the letter F, 'phyuk' is the only word that is referred to as "the f word". It's the one magical word. Just by its sound can describe pain, pleasure, hate and love. 'phyuk', as most words in the English language, is derived from German. The word fleichen which means to strike. In English, 'phyuk' falls into many grammatical categories: As a transitive verb for instance: "John phyuked Shirley". As an intransitive verb: "Shirley phyuks". It's meaning's not always segxwal: It can be used as an adjective, such as "John's doing all the phyuking work". As part of an adverb: "Shirley talks too phyuking much". As an adverb enhancing an adjective: "Shirley is phyuking beautiful". As a noun: "I don't give a phyuk". As part of a word: "Absophyukinglutely", or: "Inphyukingcredible", and, as almost every word in the sentence: "phyuk the phyuking phyukers". As you must realize, there aren't too many words with the versatility of 'phyuk'. As in these examples describing situations such as: Fraud: "I got phyuked at the used car lot". Dismay: "Aww phyuk it!" Trouble: "I guess I'm really phyuked now". Aggression: "Don't phyuk with me buddy!" Difficulty: "I don't understand this phyuking question". Inquiry: "Who the phyuk was that?" Dissatisfaction: "I don't like what the phyuk is going on here". Incompetence: "He's a phyuk off". Dismissal: "Why don't you go outside and play hide and go phyuk yourself?" I'm sure you can think of many more examples. With all of of these multi-purpose applications, how can anyone be offended when you use the word? We say, use this unique flexible word more often in your daily speech. It will identify the quality of your character immediately. Say it loudly and proudly: "phyuk YOU!"



Posted: at 17-02-2008 12:38 PM (13 years ago) | Gistmaniac
- Grease at 17-02-2008 12:41 PM (13 years ago)
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Quote from: Grease on 17-02-2008 12:38 PM
Perhaps one of the most interesting words in the English language today is the word ''. Out of all the English words that begin with the letter F, '' is the only word that is referred to as "the f word". It's the one magical word. Just by its sound can describe pain, pleasure, hate and love. '', as most words in the English language, is derived from German. The word fleichen which means to strike. In English, '' falls into many grammatical categories: As a transitive verb for instance: "John ed Shirley". As an intransitive verb: "Shirley s". It's meaning's not always segxwal: It can be used as an adjective, such as "John's doing all the ing work". As part of an adverb: "Shirley talks too ing much". As an adverb enhancing an adjective: "Shirley is ing beautiful". As a noun: "I don't give a ". As part of a word: "Absoinglutely", or: "Iningcredible", and, as almost every word in the sentence: " the ing ers". As you must realize, there aren't too many words with the versatility of ''. As in these examples describing situations such as: Fraud: "I got ed at the used car lot". Dismay: "Aww  it!" Trouble: "I guess I'm really ed now". Aggression: "Don't  with me buddy!" Difficulty: "I don't understand this ing question". Inquiry: "Who the  was that?" Dissatisfaction: "I don't like what the  is going on here". Incompetence: "He's a  off". Dismissal: "Why don't you go outside and play hide and go  yourself?" I'm sure you can think of many more examples. With all of of these multi-purpose applications, how can anyone be offended when you use the word? We say, use this unique flexible word more often in your daily speech. It will identify the quality of your character immediately. Say it loudly and proudly: " YOU!"




Perhaps one of the most interesting words in the English language today is the word 'f**k'. Out of all the English words that begin with the letter F, 'f**k' is the only word that is referred to as "the f word". It's the one magical word. Just by its sound can describe pain, pleasure, hate and love. 'F**k', as most words in the English language, is derived from German. The word fleichen which means to strike. In English, 'f**k' falls into many grammatical categories: As a transitive verb for instance: "John f**ked Shirley". As an intransitive verb: "Shirley f**ks". It's meaning's not always segxwal: It can be used as an adjective, such as "John's doing all the f**king work". As part of an adverb: "Shirley talks too f**king much". As an adverb enhancing an adjective: "Shirley is f**king beautiful". As a noun: "I don't give a f**k". As part of a word: "Absof**kinglutely", or: "Inf**kingcredible", and, as almost every word in the sentence: "F**k the f**king f**kers". As you must realize, there aren't too many words with the versatility of 'f**k'. As in these examples describing situations such as: Fraud: "I got f**ked at the used car lot". Dismay: "Aww f**k it!" Trouble: "I guess I'm really f**ked now". Aggression: "Don't f**k with me buddy!" Difficulty: "I don't understand this f**king question". Inquiry: "Who the f**k was that?" Dissatisfaction: "I don't like what the f**k is going on here". Incompetence: "He's a f**k off". Dismissal: "Why don't you go outside and play hide and go f**k yourself?" I'm sure you can think of many more examples. With all of of these multi-purpose applications, how can anyone be offended when you use the word? We say, use this unique flexible word more often in your daily speech. It will identify the quality of your character immediately. Say it loudly and proudly: "F**K YOU!"

Posted: at 17-02-2008 12:41 PM (13 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- Vixenx at 17-02-2008 02:03 PM (13 years ago)
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FUNK U!!!...I don't want this topic deleted... Grin Grin Grin
Posted: at 17-02-2008 02:03 PM (13 years ago) | Addicted Hero
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- Grease at 17-02-2008 02:42 PM (13 years ago)
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Caution about the use of the word fcuk you

Posted: at 17-02-2008 02:42 PM (13 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- myragonza at 18-02-2008 03:08 PM (13 years ago)
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i think the f word has been deleted in the post.....

Posted: at 18-02-2008 03:08 PM (13 years ago) | Addicted Hero
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- Grease at 19-02-2008 09:01 AM (13 years ago)
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Quote from: myragonza on 18-02-2008 03:08 PM
i think the f word has been deleted in the post.....

**EDITED**

Posted: at 19-02-2008 09:01 AM (13 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- myragonza at 19-02-2008 03:57 PM (13 years ago)
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ok....my eyes are playing on me again

Posted: at 19-02-2008 03:57 PM (13 years ago) | Addicted Hero
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- Grease at 20-02-2008 12:40 AM (13 years ago)
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Quote from: myragonza on 19-02-2008 03:57 PM
ok....my eyes are playing on me again


Do you need my contact lens?? Smiley

Posted: at 20-02-2008 12:40 AM (13 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- myragonza at 20-02-2008 10:54 AM (13 years ago)
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are they blue or green in colour

Posted: at 20-02-2008 10:54 AM (13 years ago) | Addicted Hero
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- Grease at 20-02-2008 09:27 PM (13 years ago)
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Quote from: myragonza on 20-02-2008 10:54 AM
are they blue or green in colour

Orange Smiley

Posted: at 20-02-2008 09:27 PM (13 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- myragonza at 20-02-2008 09:38 PM (13 years ago)
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u must be a werewolf then...

Posted: at 20-02-2008 09:38 PM (13 years ago) | Addicted Hero
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- Grease at 20-02-2008 10:03 PM (13 years ago)
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Quote from: myragonza on 20-02-2008 09:38 PM
u must be a werewolf then...

 Tongue Tongue Tongue

Posted: at 20-02-2008 10:03 PM (13 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- ukoma at 21-02-2008 05:03 PM (13 years ago)
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Never use the "f" word.
its inordinate and offensive.you may go back bleeding if you say that to some persons-no matter the intentions.
I dont use it and I detest it.if its good then it wont be considered offensive.

be warned.




proudly Nigerian

Simplicity Nutured by Humility

Posted: at 21-02-2008 05:03 PM (13 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- myragonza at 21-02-2008 09:03 PM (13 years ago)
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really....i think it doesn't happen in US.....

Posted: at 21-02-2008 09:03 PM (13 years ago) | Addicted Hero
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- ukoma at 22-02-2008 01:31 AM (13 years ago)
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People with different culture I think.
I realize some people see it as normal but others dont.I wont forget a guy almost beaten to coma just because he jokingly said f*** U to someone.
I couldnt shout but wonder...


Proudly Nigerian
Simplicity Nurtured by Humility

Posted: at 22-02-2008 01:31 AM (13 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- Grease at 22-02-2008 02:24 AM (13 years ago)
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What da f**k

Posted: at 22-02-2008 02:24 AM (13 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- myragonza at 22-02-2008 04:39 PM (13 years ago)
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 Lips Sealed Lips Sealed Lips Sealed Lips Sealed

Posted: at 22-02-2008 04:39 PM (13 years ago) | Addicted Hero
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- ukoma at 24-02-2008 12:31 AM (13 years ago)
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Quote from: Grease on 22-02-2008 02:24 AM
What da f**k
I can see you like that word... Cheesy Cheesy
hmmm....

Proudly Nigerian

Simplicity Nurtured by Humility.


Posted: at 24-02-2008 12:31 AM (13 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- myragonza at 24-02-2008 01:09 AM (13 years ago)
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it could be FORK......

Posted: at 24-02-2008 01:09 AM (13 years ago) | Addicted Hero
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- Grease at 24-02-2008 09:56 AM (13 years ago)
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It could also be phuck Smiley

Posted: at 24-02-2008 09:56 AM (13 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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